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Kao, C.-Y. J. and Yamada, T., 1988: Use of the CAPTEX Data for Evaluation of a Long-Range Transport Numerical Model with a Four-Dimensional Data Assimilation Technique, Monthly Weather Review, vol. 116, pp. 293-206.

Kao, C.-Y. J., and Yamada, T., 1989: Numerical Simulations of a Stratocumulus-Capped Boundary Layer Over Land Using a Turbulence Closure Model, Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 46, 832-848.

Mellor, G. L., and T. Yamada, 1974: A Hierarchy of Turbulence Closure Models for Planetary Boundary Layers. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31: 1791-1806.

Mellor, G. L., and T. Yamada, 1982: Development of a Turbulence Closure Model for Geophysical Fluid Problems. Rev. Geophys. Space Phys., 20: 851-875.

Wang, Y-J and T. Yamada, 1998: A Study of Airflow and Pollutant Dispersion over Coastal Complex Terrain, American Meteorological Society's Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 11-16.

Williams, M. D. and Yamada, T., 1990: A Microcomputer-Based Forecasting model: Potential Applications for Emergency Response Plans and Air Quality Studies, Journal of the Air Waste Management Association, vol. 40, pp. 1266-1274.

Yamada, T., 1975: The critical Richardson Number and the ratio of the eddy transport coefficients obtained from a turbulence closure model. J. Atmos. Sci., 32, 926-933.

Yamada, T., 1981: A numerical simulation of nocturnal drainage flow. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 59, 108-122.

Yamada, T., 1982: A Numerical Model Study of Turbulent Airflow in and Above a Forest Canopy, J. of Meteo. Soc. Japan, 60, 439-454.

Yamada, T., 1983: Simulations of nocturnal drainage flows by a q2l turbulence closure model. J. of Atmos. Sci., 40, 91-106.

Yamada, T., 1985: Numerical simulation of the night 2 data of the 1980 ASCOT experiments in the California Geysers Area. Arch. for Meteor., Geophys., and Biolim., A34, 223-247.

Yamada, T., 1992: A Numerical Simulation of Airflows and SO2 Concentration Distributions in an Arid Southwestern Valley, Journal of Atmospheric Environment, vol. 26A, pp. 1771-1781, 1992.

Yamada, T., 1998: A Lagrangian Dispersion Model for Nonneutrally Buoyant Plumes. American Meteorological Societyƕs Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 11-16.

Yamada, T., 1999: A numerical simulation of urbanization on the local climate, J. of Wind Engineering and Indus. Aerodynamics, 81, 1-19.

Yamada, T., 2000: Lagrangian Dispersion Model for Nonneutrally Buoyant Plumes, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 39: 427-436.

Yamada, T., 2000: Numerical Simulations of Airflows and Tracer Transport in the Southwestern United States. J. of Appl. Meteor., 39, 399-411.

Yamada, T., 2004: Merging CFD and Atmospheric Modeling Capabilities to Simulate Airflows and Dispersion in Urban Areas. Computational Fluid Dynamics Journal, 13(2):47, 329-341.

Yamada, T., and G. L., Mellor, 1975: A Simulation of the Wangara Atmospheric Boundary Layer Data. J. of Atmos. Sci., 32, 2309-2329.

Yamada, T. and Henmi, T., 1994: HOTMAC: Model Performance by Using Project WIND Phase I and II data, Chapter 12 of Mesoscale Modeling of the Atmosphere, Ed. R. A. Pielke and R. P. Pearce, American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA, pp. 123-135, 1994.

Yamada, T. and Kao, C.-Y. J., 1986: A Modeling Study on the Fair Weather Marine Boundary Layer of the GATE, Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, vol. 43, pp. 3186-3199.

Yamada, T., and G. L., Mellor, 1979: A numerical simulation of the BOMEX data using a turbulence closure model coupled with ensemble cloud relations. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 105, 915-944.

Yamada, T., and S., Bunker, 1988: Development of a nested grid, second-moment turbulence-closure model and an application to the 1982 ASCOT brush creek data simulation. J. of Atmos. Sci., 27, 562-578.

Yamada, T., and S., Bunker, 1989: A numerical model study of nocturnal drainage flows with strong wind and temperature gradients. J. of Appl. Meteor., 28, 545-554.

Yamada, T., Bunker, S., and Moss, M., 1992: Numerical Simulations of Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Over Coastal Complex Terrain, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 31, 565-578.

Yamada, T., Kao, C.-Y. J., and Bunker, S., 1987: Air Flow and Air Quality Simulations over the Western Intermountainous Region with a Four-Dimensional Data Assimilation Technique, Journal of Atmospheric Environment, 23, 539-554.