Orville, Richard individual record
Research Professor
Positions:
education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles134
  • Stolzenburg, M., Marshall, T. C., Karunarathne, S., & Orville, R. E. (2016). Luminosity with intracloudtype lightning initial breakdown pulses and terrestrial gammaray flash candidates. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 121(18), 10-936.
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  • Saba, M., Schumann, C., Warner, T. A., Ferro, M., Paiva, A. R., Helsdon, J., & Orville, R. E. (2016). Upward lightning flashes characteristics from highspeed videos. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. (14), 8505.
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  • Stolzenburg, M., Marshall, T. C., Karunarathne, S., Karunarathna, N., & Orville, R. E. (2015). An M component with a concurrent dart leader traveling along different paths during a lightning flash. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. (19),
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  • Campos, L., Saba, M., Warner, T. A., Pinto, O., Krider, E. P., & Orville, R. E. (2014). High-speed video observations of natural cloud-to-ground lightning leaders A statistical analysis. Atmospheric Research.
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  • Warner, T. A., Helsdon, J. H., Bunkers, M. J., Saba, M., & Orville, R. E (2013). UPLIGHTS: Upward Lightning Triggering Study. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 94(5), 631-635.
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Conference Papers11
  • Murray, N. D., Orville, R. E., Huffines, G. R., AMS, .., & AMS (2000). Effect of pollution from Central American fires on cloud-to-ground lightning in May 1998.. THIRD SYMPOSIUM ON FIRE AND FOREST METEOROLOGY. 49-52.
  • Samsury, C. E., Black, M. L., Dodge, P. P., Orville, R. E., & SOC, A. M (1997). Utilization of airborne and NEXRAD data in the analysis of cloud-to-ground lightning in 1995 and 1996 tropical cyclones. 22ND CONFERENCE ON HURRICANES AND TROPICAL METEOROLOGY. 125-126.
  • MCMILLAN, S. R., ORVILLE, R. E., & SOC, A. M (1995). A classification of Texas thunderstorms according to their cloud-to-ground lightning characteristics during spring 1993. NINTH CONFERENCE ON APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY. 97-102.
  • SILVER, A., ORVILLE, R. E., & SOC, A. M (1995). A climatology of cloud-to-ground lightning for the contiguous United States: 1992-1993. NINTH CONFERENCE ON APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY. 325-330.
  • MOHR, K. I., TORACINTA, E. R., ORVILLE, R. E., ZIPSER, E. J., & SOC, A. M (1995). A comparison of WSR-88D reflectivities, SSM/I brightness temperatures and lightning for mesoscale convective systems in Texas. CONFERENCE ON CLOUD PHYSICS. 547-552.
recent teaching activities
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
rorville@tamu.edu
First Name
Richard
Last Name
Orville
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Meteorology; 3150 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3150
USA