Ronald Smith

Damon Wells Professor of Geology & Geophysics and Mechanical Engineering and School of Forestry & Environmental Studies


Research Interests

Geophysical fluid dynamics, dynamical meteorology, remote sensing.

Selected Publication(s)

Jiang, Q. and R.B. Smith, 2000: V-wave, Bow wave, and Wakes in supercritical hydrostatic flow1. (In Press) J. Fluid Mech.

Thenkabail PS, Smith RB, De Pauw E., 2000: Hyperspectral vegetation indices and their relationships with agricultural crop characteristicsRemote Sens Environ 71: (2) 158-182.

He, H. and R.B. Smith, 1999: An advective-diffusive isotopic evaporation-condensation model. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 104, (D15). 18619-18630.

He, H. and R.B. Smith, 1999: Stable isotope composition of water vapor in the atmospheric boundary layer above the forests of New England. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 104, (D9). 11657-11673.

Pan, Feifei, Ronald B. Smith, 1999: Gap Winds and Wakes: SAR Observations and Numerical Simulations. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences: Vol. 56, No. 7, pp. 905-923.

Contact Information
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432-5006 (Office)