Lynn K. "Nick" Shay
Professor of Meteorology and Physical Oceanography
nshay@rsmas.miami.edu
305.421.4075

Projects
High Frequency Radar
Hurricane Heat Content
Hurricane Field Program
Deepwater Horizon Field Program
Personnel
Assistant Scientist
Dr. Benjamin Jaimes

Research Associates
Jodi Brewster
Jorge Martinez

Graduate Students
Johna Rudzin
Joshua Wadler
Luna Hiron
Publications
Full List
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Curriculum Vitae



Books & monographs published (including book chapters):


2017: Shay, L.K. Upper ocean structure: response to strong forcing events. In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, ed. R.A. Weller, S.A. Thorpe, J. Steele, Academic Press International, London, UK, 2 nd edition (In revision)

2015: Archer, M., L. K. Shay, B. Jaimes and J. Martinez, Observations of an ocean front using High Frequency Radar: anticyclonic shear zone instability of the Florida Current In : Coastal Ocean Observing Systems: Advances and Synthesis, Elsevier Press, 179-209.

Shay, L.K. Mesoscale oceanic flows, In: Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL., Section III, Chapt. 9, 1 - 23pp (In Press).

2014: Shay, L. K., Air-sea interface and oceanic influences (Chapter 4.4). Topic Chairman and Rapporteurs Report for Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change of the 8 th WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-8) 2-10 Dec 2014 in Jeju Island, South Korea, World Meteorological Organization Tropical Meteorology Research Series, WMO TMRP, Eds.A. Burton and J. Evans, Geneva, Switzerland (60 pp.) .

2010: Shay, L. K., Air-sea interactions in tropical cyclones (Chapter 3). In Global Perspectives of Tropical Cyclones, 2 nd Edition, Eds. Johnny C. L. Chan, J. Kepert, and C. P. Chang, World Scientific Publishing Company: Earth System Science Publication Series, London, UK, 93-131.

Shay, L. K., Air-sea interface and oceanic influences (Chapter 1.3). Topic Chairman and Rapporteurs Report for Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change of the 7 th WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-7) 15-21 Nov 2010 in St. Denis, La ReUnion, France, World Meteorological Organization Tropical Meteorology Research Series, WMO TMRP No. 1561 (WWRP 2011-1) , Eds.C. Velden, J. Kepert, and R. Rogers, Geneva, Switzerland (In Press: 48pp).

2009: Shay, L. K. Upper Ocean Structure: Response to Strong Forcing Events. In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, 2nd Edition, Ed. J. Steele, S. A. Thope, K. Turekian, and R. A. Weller, Elsevier Press International, Oxford, UK, 4619-4637, DOI: 10.1016/B978-012374473-9.00628-7.

2006: Shay, L. K. and S.D. Jacob. Relationship between oceanic energy fluxes and surface winds during tropical cyclone passage (Chapter 5). Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions II, Advances in Fluid Mechanics. Ed. W. Perrie, WIT Press, Southampton, UK. 115-142,

Shay, L. K., Air-sea interface and oceanic influences (Chapter 1.3). Topic Chairman and Rapporteurs Report for Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change of the 6th WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-6) 20 Nov - 30 Nov 2006 in San Jose, Costa Rica, World Meteorological Organization Tropical Meteorology Research Series, Ed. Hugh Willoughby, WMO TMRP 72 , Geneva, Switzerland, 120-150.

2002: Shay, L. K., Air-ocean interface and boundary processes (Chapter 1.4). Topic Chairman and Rapporteurs Report for Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change of the 5th WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-5) 3-12 Dec 2002 in Cairns, Australia, World Meteorological Organization Tropical Meteorology Research Series, Ed. Russell L. Elsberry, WMO Report 67, (WMO TD 1136), Geneva, Switzerland.

2001: Shay, L.K. Upper Ocean Structure: Response to Strong Forcing Events. In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, ed. R.A. Weller, S.A. Thorpe, J. Steele, Academic Press International, London, UK, 3100 - 3114.

1999: National Research Council, From Microbes to Monsoons: Understanding The Ocean's Role in Human Health, National Academy of Science Press, Washington, DC, 131 pp. (Contributing Author)

1998: Shay, L.K. Mesoscale Oceanic Flows, In: Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL., Chap. 47, 1 - 23pp.

Shay, L.K., Ocean processes excited by tropical cyclones (Chapter 1.3). Topic Chairman and Rapporteurs report for Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change of the 4th WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-5) in Haikou, China, 21-30 April 1998. World Meteorological Organization Tropical Meteorology Research Series, Ed. Russell L. Elsberry, WMO Report 59, (WMO TD 875), Geneva, Switzerland.

1996: Hauser, D., G. Caudal and L.K. Shay. Behavior of ocean radar cross-section at low incidence observed in the vicinity of the Gulf Stream. In: Air-Sea Interface Radio and Acoustic Sensing, Turbulence and Wave Dynamics. Eds., M.A. Donelan, W.H. Hui and W. Plant, 741 - 748. (Monograph)

1994: Shay, L.K. Oceanic response to tropical cyclones. In: The Oceans: Physical-chemical Dynamics and Human Impact, Eds., S.K. Majumdar, E.W. Miller, G.S. Forbes, R.F. Schmalz and A.A. Panah. The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pennsylvania, pp. 124 - 145.

1987: Shay, L.K. Observational/numerical study of the upper ocean response to hurricanes. Ph.D. Dissertation, NPS, Monterey, California, 146 pp.

1983: Shay, L.K. Observations of inertio-gravity waves in the wake of hurricane Frederic. MS Thesis, NPS, Monterey, California, 120 pp.


Juried or refereed journal articles & exhibitions:


2017: Archer, M., L. K. Shay and W. E. Johns, The Florida current in stream coordinates: mean jet profile and structural variability from HF radar measurements. J. Geophys. Res., (In Revision)

Brewster, J. and L. K. Shay, South Pacific ocean climatology (SPOC) for tropical cyclone intensity forecasting. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech. (In Preparation)

Halliwell, G. R., M. Mahari, L. K. Shay, V. Kourrafalou, H. Kang, H-S Kim, J. Dong, and R. Atlas, OSSE Quantitative assessment of rapid-response pre-storm ocean surveys to Improve Coupled Tropical Cyclone Prediction, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, (Submitted)

Rodgers, R., S. Aberson, D. Cecil, J. Doyle, J. Morgerman, T. Kimberlain, L. K. Shay, and C. Velden, Re-Writing the Tropical Record Books: The Extraordinary Intensification of Hurricane Patricia (2015), Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/pdf/10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0039.1 (In Press)

Rudzin, J., L. K. Shay, B. jaimes, and J. K. Brewster, Upper ocean observations in the eastern Caribbean Sea reveal barrier layer within a warm core eddy. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, doi:10.1002/2016JC012339 (In Press)

Rudzin, J. E., L. K. Shay, and B. Jaimes, The impact of ocean variability on enthalpy fluxes during tropical cyclone passage in the Caribbean Sea. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans Special Issue. (Submitted). Shay, L. K., and B. Jaimes, Characterizing the thermal and momentum Loop Current responses to hurricanes. Dyn. Atmos Oceans, (In Preparation)

Schuster, R. M. and L. K. Shay. Near-inertial response to hurricane Ivan. J. Phys. Oceanogr. (In preparation)

2016: Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay and J. K. Brewster, Observed Air-Sea Interactions in Tropical Cyclone Isaac Over Loop Current Mesoscale Eddy Features. Dyn. Atmos. Ocean., 76, 306-324.

McCaskill, E. C., L. K. Shay, J. K. Brewster, and P. Meyers. Creation of the systematically merged Pacific Ocean temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for typhoon intensity forecasts. J. Atmos. And Oceanogr. Tech, 33(10), 2259-2272.

Putrashan, D., I. Kamenkovich, B. Kirtman, and L. K. Shay, Oceanic mesoscale variability in the Gulf of Mexico, US Clivar Variations Newsletter, Winter, 14 (1), pp 10-14.

2015: Archer, M., L. K. Shay and J. Martinez, Evaluation of WERA HF radar observations using in situ measurements: currents, winds and waves. IEEE/OES, 11 th CWMT Workshop, St Petersburg, FL, 9 pp.

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay and E. W. Uhlhorn, Observed enthalpy fluxes during the rapid intensity change of hurricane Earl. Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 111-131.

Jaimes, B., and L. K. Shay. 2015: Enhanced wind-driven downwelling flow in warm oceanic eddy features during the intensification of tropical cyclone Isaac (2012): observations and theory. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 45, 1667-1689.

Luo, J., J. S. Ault, L. K. Shay, J.P. Hoolihan, E. D. Prince and J. R. Rooker, Ocean heat content improves satellite-based tracking of fish movements. Plus One, PONE-D-15-07430, DOI: 10.137/journal.pone 0141101, 20 Oct 2015 1-19.

Meyers, P. C., L. K. Shay, J. K. Brewster, and B. Jaimes, Thermal ocean structure response during Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, J. Geophys. Res., 120, DOI 10.100212015JC010912, 1-18 pp.

2014: Halliwell, G. R., V. Kourafalou, M.Le Héff, L. K. Shay, R. Atlas. OSSE impact analysis of airborne ocean surveys for improving upper-ocean dynamical and thermodynamical forecasts in the Gulf of Mexico. Progress in Oceanogr., 130, 32-46. DOI:10.1016/j.pocean.2014.09.004.

Meyers, P. C., L. K. Shay, and J. K. Brewster, The development of the systematically merged Atlantic regional temperature and salinity climatology for hurricane intensity forecasting. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech., 31, 131-149.

2013: Martinez-Pedraja, J., L. K. Shay, B. K. Haus and C. Whelan, Interoperability of Sea-sonde and Wellen Radars in mapping surface currents. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech., 30, 2662-2675.

Shay, L. K., In a spin storm chasing. International Innovation: disseminating science research and technology, Aug., 103-105.

Uhlhorn, E., and L. K. Shay. Loop Current mixed layer response to hurricane Lili (2002) Part II: Modeling results. J. Phys. Oceanogr, 43, 1173-1192.

2012: Uhlhorn, E., and L. K. Shay. Loop Current mixed layer response to hurricane Lili (2002) Part I: Observations. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 42, 400-419.

2011: Halliwell, G., L. K. Shay, J. K. Brewster, and W. J. Teague, Evaluation and sensitivity analysis to an ocean model to hurricane Ivan. Mon. Wea. Rev. 139, 921-945.

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay, and G. Halliwell Jr., The response of quasi-geostrophic oceanic vortices to tropical cyclone forcing. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 41, 1965–1985.

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, P. Meyers, C. McCaskill, E. Uhlhorn, F. Marks, G. R. Halliwell, Jr., Ole-Martin Smedstad, and Patrick Hogan, Airborne ocean surveys of the Loop Current complex from NOAA WP-3D in support of Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  Liu, Y., A. MacFadyen, Z.-G. Ji, and R. H. Weisberg (Eds.) (2011), Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 195, 271 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C.

2010: Haus, B. K., L. K. Shay, R. Ramos, P. Work and G. Voulgaris, Comparison of in situ and remotely sensed surface wave characteristics from WERA. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech. 27(8), 1381-1394.

Jaimes, B. and L. K. Shay. Near-inertial wave wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita over mesoscale oceanic eddies. J. Phys. Oceanogr. DOI: 10.1175/2010JPO4309.1

Rappaport, E. N., J. L. Franklin, M. DeMaria, A. Schumacher, L. K. Shay, and E. J. Gibney, Tropical cyclone intensity change before U.S. Gulf coast land fall. Wea. and Forecast. 25(5), 1380-1396.

Shay, L. K., and J. K. Brewster. Eastern Pacific oceanic heat content estimation for hurricane forecasting. Mon Wea. Rev. 138,2110-2131.

2009: Jaimes, B. and L. K. Shay. Mixed layer cooling in mesoscale eddies during hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Mon. Wea. Rev. 137, 4188-4207.

Parks, A.B., L.K. Shay, W.E.Johns, J. Martinez-Pedraja, and K.-W. Gurgel, HF radar observations of small-scale surface current variability in the Straits of Florida. Journal of Geophysical Res. ,114, CO8002, doi:10.129/2008JC005025.

2008: Halliwell, G., L. K. Shay, S. D. Jacob, O. Smedstad and E. W. Uhlhorn. Improving ocean model initialization for coupled tropical cyclone forecast models using GODAE nowcasts. Mon Wea Rev, 136 (7), 2576-2591.

Mainelli, M., M. DeMaria, L. K. Shay and G. Goni. Application of oceanic heat content estimation to operational forecasting of recent category 5 hurricanes, Wea and Forecast. 23, 3-16.

Shay, L.K., and E. Uhlhorn. Loop current response to hurricanes Isidore and Lili, Mon. Wea Rev., 137, 3248-3274. DOI: 10.1175/2008MWR2169

Shay, L. K., H. Seim, D. Savidge, R. Styles, and R. Weisberg, High Frequency radar deployed during the Southeast Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System: Lessons Learned 2002-2007. J. Marine Tech. Society, 42, 55-67.

Voulgaris, G., B. K. Haus, P. Work, L. K. Shay, H. Seim, R. H. Weisberg, and J. Nelson, 2008. Waves intiative within SEACOOS., J. Marine Tech. Society, 42, 68-79.

2007: Haus, B. K., M. Wang, L. K. Shay, and L.R. Wyatt, HF radar observation of wave directional spectra is a strong current regime. Oceans 2007 Europe, IEEE Proceedings, Aberdeen, Scotland, 18-21 June 2007, 493-498.

Liu, Y., R.H. Weisberg, and L.K. Say. Characteristic current patterns on the west Florida shelf from an adjoint, self organizing map analysis of HF radar and ADCP data. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech., 24, 702-712.

Shay, L.K., J. Martinez-Pedraja, T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, and R.H. Weisberg, High frequency radar surface current mapping using WERA. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech. 24(3), 484-503.

Shay, L.K, A. B. Parks, B. K. Haus, J. Martinez-Pedraja, W. E. Johns, K.-W. Gurgel, and T. M. Cook, Resolving coastal ocean eddy activity in surface velocity signatures from Wellen Radars and an acoustic Doppler current profiler. Oceans 2007 Europe, IEEE Proceedings, Aberdeen, Scotland, 18-21 June 2007, 417-422.

2006: Drennan, W. M. and L. K. Shay, On the variability of the fluxes of momentum and sensible heat. Bound. Layer Meteor., 119(1), 81-107.

Haus, B.K., R. Ramos, H. C. Graber, L. K. Shay, and Z. Hallock . Remote observation of the shoaling of surface waves propagating into an estuarine outflow. IEEE Journal of Ocean. Eng 31(4), 1-15.

Olascoaga, I., I. Rypina, M. G. Brown, F.J. Beron-Vera, H. Kocak, L.E. Brand, G. Halliwell, and L.K. Shay, Persistent transport barrier on the west Florida shelf, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L22603, DOI:10.1029/2006GL027800.

Rogers, R., S. Aberson, M. Black, P. Black, J. Cione, P. Dodge, J. Dunion, J. Gamache, J. Kaplan, M. Powell, L. K. Shay, N. Surgi, E. Uhlhorn, The intensity forecasting experiment (IFEX), a NOAA multiple year field program for improving intensity forecasts. BAMS , 87(11), 1523-1537.

2005: DeMaria, M., M. Mainelli, L.K. Shay, J.A. Knaff, and J. Kaplan. Furthur improvements to the statistical hurricane intensity prediction scheme (SHIPS). Wea. and Forecasting, 20(4), 531-543.

Drennan, W.M. and L.K. Shay. On the variability of the fluxes of movementum and sensible heat. Bound. Layer Metoer. DOI.1001/10546-005-0010-z, 27pp.

Lekien, F., C. Coulliette, A.J. Mariano, E.H. Ryan, L.K. Shay, G. Haller and J. Madsen, Pollution release tied to invariant manifolds: A case study along the coast of Florida. ElsevierSciencePhysica D,210, 1-20.

2004: Raymond, D.J., S.K. Esbensen, M. Gregg, C.S. Bretherton, L.K. Shay, C. Ohlman, and W.A. Petersen, EPIC 2001 and the coupled ocean-atmosphere system of the tropical east Pacific. Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 85(9), 1341-1354.

Marmorino, G.W., C.Y. Shen, T. E. Evans, G. J. Lindemann and L.K. Shay. Use of velocity projection to estimate sea state anomaly from HF-radar current measurements. Cont. Shelf Res. 24, 353-374.

2003: Haus, B. K., H.C. Graber, L.K. Shay and T.M. Cook .Along shelf variability of a coastal buoyancy current during the relaxation of downwelling favorable winds. J. of Coast. Res., 19 (2), 409-420.

Hallock, Z.R., P. Pistek, J.L. Miller, L.K. Shay and H.T. Perkins. A description of tides near the Chesapeake Bay entrance using in situ data with an adjoint model. J. Geophys. Res., 108(C8), 20-1-9 (DOI 10.1029/20015C001128)

Jacob, S.D. and L.K. Shay. The role of oceanic mesoscale features on the tropical cyclone induced mixed layer response. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 33, 649-676.

Seim, H., B. Bacon, C. Barans, M. Fletcher, K. Gates, R. Jhanke, E. Kearns, R. Lea, M. Luther, C. Mooers, J. Nelson, D. Porter, L.K. Shay, M. Spranger, J. Thigpen, R. Weisberg, F. Werner. SEA-COOS - A Model for a Multi-State, Multi-Institutional Regional Observation System, MTS Journal, 37(3), 92-101.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, and P.E. An. Submesoscale coastal ocean flows detected by very high frequency radar and autonomous underwater vehicles. J. Atmos. Oceanogr. Tech., 20, 1583-1600.

Venezia, W. et. al., SFOMC: A successful Navy and academic partnership providing sustained ocean observation capabilities in Florida Straits. Marine Tech. Soc. Journal, 37(3), 81-91.

2002: Peters, H., L.K. Shay, A.J. Mariano and T.M. Cook. Current variability on a narrow shelf with large ambient vorticity. J. Geophys. Res., 107(C8), 2-1-15, 2001JC000813.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, H. Peters, A.J. Mariano, P.E. An, A. Soloviev, R. Weisberg, and M. Luther. Very high frequency radar mapping of surface currents. IEEE J. of Ocean Engineer., 27, 155-169.

Cook, T.M. and L.K. Shay. Surface M2 tidal currents along the North Carolina Shelf observed with HF radar. J. Geophys. Res., 107(C12), 3222-3234.

2001: An, E., M. Dhanak, L. K. Shay, S. Smith and J. Van Leer. Coastal oceanography using a small AUV. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 18, 215-234.

Chan, J.C.L., Y. Duan and L.K. Shay. Tropical cyclone intensity change from a simple ocean-atmospheric coupled model. J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 154-172.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, Z.R. Hallock, B. K. Haus, H.C. Graber, J. Martinez. Strength of M2 tide at the Chesapeake Bay. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31(2), 427-449.

2000: Hong, X., S.W. Chang, S. Raman, L.K. Shay and R. Hodur. The interaction between Hurricane Opal (1995) and a warm core eddy in the Gulf of Mexico. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128(5), 1347-1365.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay, A.J. Mariano and P.G. Black. The 3-D oceanic mixed-layer response to Hurricane Gilbert. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 30(6), 1407-1429.

Shay, L.K., G.J. Goni and P.G. Black. Effects of a warm oceanic feature on Hurricane Opal. Mon. Wea. Rev., 125(5), 1366-1383.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, J. Martinez, H. Peters, A. Mariano, J. Van Leer, P.E. An, S. Smith, A. Soloviev, R. Weisberg and M. Luther. A Submesoscale vortex in the coastal ocean detected by very high frequency radar. EOS, 81(19), 209-213.

Shen, C.Y., R. Fusina and L.K. Shay. An assessment of local coastal dynamics observed with High Frequency Radar. J. Geophys. Res., 105, 6517-6530.

1999: Marmorino, G.O., L.K. Shay, B.K. Haus, R.A. Handler, H.C. Graber and M.P. Horne. An EOF analysis of HF Doppler radar current measurements of the Chesapeake Bay buoyant outflow. Cont. Shelf Res., 19, 271 – 288.

1998: Kaihatu, J.M., R.A. Handler, G.O. Marmorino and L.K. Shay. Empirical orthogonal function analysis of ocean surface currents using complex and real-vector methods. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 15, 927 - 941.

Marks, F., L.K. Shay and PDT-5. Landfalling tropical cyclones: forecast problems and associated research opportunities. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc., 79(2), 305 - 323.

Marmorino, G., C.Y. Shen, C.L. Trump, N. Allan, F. Askari, D.B. Trizna and L.K. Shay. An occluded coastal oceanic front. J. Geophys. Res., 103(C10), 21,587 - 21,600.

Shay, L.K., S.J. Lentz, H.C. Graber and B.K. Haus. Current structure variations detected by HF radar and vector measuring Current meters. J. Atmos. and Ocean. Tech., 15(1), 237 - 256.

Shay, L.K., T.N. Lee, E.J. Williams, H.C. Graber and C.G.H. Rooth. Effects of low frequency current variability on near-inertial submesoscale vortices. J. Geophys. Res., 103, 18,691 - 18,714.

Shay, L.K., A.J. Mariano, S.D. Jacob and E.H. Ryan. Mean and near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Gilbert. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 28, 858 - 889.

1997: Chapman R.D., L.K. Shay, H.C. Graber, J.B. Edson, A. Karachintsev, C.L. Trump and D.B. Ross. On the accuracy of HF radar surface current measurements: Intercomparisons with ship-based sensors. J. Geophys. Res., 102, 18737 - 18748.

Chin, D., S. Chinthamreddy, L.K. Shay and H.C. Graber. The structure of ocean-surface currents measured by Doppler radar. IEEE, J. of Oceanic Engineer. 22(1), 156 - 167.

Graber, H.C., B.K. Haus, R.D. Chapman, and L.K. Shay. HF radar comparisons with moored estimates of Current speed and direction: expected differences and implications. J. Geophys. Res., 102, 18749-18766.

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber and L.K. Shay. Synoptic measurement of dynamic oceanic features. Oceanogr., 10(2), 45 - 48.

Shay, L.K. and S.W. Chang. Free surface effects on the near-inertial ocean current response to a hurricane: A revisit. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 27(1), 23 - 39.

Shay, L.K. Internal wave-driven surface currents from HF radar. Oceanogr. , 10(2), 60 - 63.

1996: Shay, L.K., P.C. Zhang, H.C. Graber and E.J. Walsh. Simulated surface wave current interactions during SWADE. The Global Atmosphere-Ocean System, 5(2), 125 - 151.

Walsh, E.J., L.K. Shay, H.C. Graber, A. Guillaume, D. Vandamark, D.E. Hines, R.N. Swift and J.F. Scott. Observations of surface wave-current interaction during SWADE. The Global Atmosphere-Ocean System, 5(2), 99 - 124.

1995: Hauser, D., G. Caudal and L.K. Shay. Behavior of the ocean radar cross-section at low incidence, observed in the vicinity of the Gulf Stream. IEEE Transactions in Geosci. and Remote Sens., 33(1), 162 - 171.

Shay, L.K., H.C. Graber, D.B. Ross and R. Chapman. Mesoscale ocean surface current structure detected by High-Frequency Radar. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 12(4), 881 - 900.

1994: Shay, L.K., E.J. Walsh and P.C. Zhang. Orbital velocities induced by surface waves. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 11(4), Part 2, 1117 - 1125.

1992: Shay, L.K., P.G. Black, A.J. Mariano, J.D. Hawkins and R.L. Elsberry. Upper ocean response to hurricane Gilbert. J. Geophys. Res., 97, 20,227 - 20,248.

1990: Shay, L.K., S.W. Chang and R.L. Elsberry. Free surface effects on the near-inertial current response to a hurricane. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 20, 1405 - 1424.

1989: Black, P.G., R.L. Elsberry, L.K. Shay, R. Partridge and J.D. Hawkins. Hurricane Josephine surface winds and ocean response determined from air-deployed drifting buoys and concurrent research aircraft data. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 5, 683 - 698.

Shay, L.K., R.L. Elsberry and P.G. Black. Vertical structure of the ocean current response to a hurricane. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 19, 1249 - 1269.

1988: Black, P.G., R.L. Elsberry and L.K. Shay. Airborne surveys of ocean current and temperature perturbations induced by hurricanes. Adv. Underwater Tech., 16, 51 - 59.

1987: Shay, L.K. and R.L. Elsberry. Near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Frederic. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 17, 1249 – 1269.


Other works & publication:


2017: Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay and J. K. Brewster, Observed Air-Sea Interactions in Tropical Cyclone Isaac Over Loop Current Mesoscale Eddy Features. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference, 6-9 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., J. Brewster, E. Maturi, D. Donahue, and J. Lillibridge, Operational ocean heat content variability at NESDIS from satellite radar altimetry for intensity forecasting. OFCM 71 st Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, RSMAS, 12-14 March, Miami, FL (abstract)

2016: Shay, L. K., J. Brewster and E. Maturi, Investigation of Cryosat-2 data as an altimeter source for ingest into the NESDIS Ocean Heat Content Product, Tech. Report. V2.1, Satellite Products and Review Board, NOAA National Environmental Satellite Data Information Service, World Weather and Climate Research Center, College Park, MD (27 pp.)

Shay, L. K., J. Brewster, E. Maturi, D. Donahue, and J. Lillibridge, Operational ocean heat content variability estimates from altimetry: Implications for weather and climate studies. AGU Fall Meeting 12-18 Dec. San Francisco, CA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., M. Archer and J. Martinez, Coastal ocean observing in the Straits of Florida using HF radar, South Florida Caribbean Cooperative Ecosystems Unit, CESU Meeting, Biscayne National Park, Florida, 21 Oct, (abstract) Shay, L. K., Characterizing the Loop Current complex response to hurricane forcing, AMS Chapter, USF, St. Petersburg, FL 10 March, 2016, (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., P. Furze, K. Fennel, R. He, B. Jaimes, A. Larent, J. Zambon, J. Brewster, M. Archer, L. Yu and L. McGee, Three-dimensional gulf circulation and biogeochemical processes unveiled by state of the art profiling technologies and data assimilative ocean models. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference, 1-4 Feb 2016, Tampa, FL (abstract)

Archer, M., L. K. Shay and W. Johns, Spatial-temporal variability of the Florida Current: HF radar observations in stream coordinates. AGU Ocean Science Meeting, 21-26 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Brewster, J. K., L. K. Shay, E. Maturi, D. Donahue, and J. Lillibridge, Upper ocean heat content variability in the Pacific ocean. AGU Ocean Science Meeting, 21-26 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Rudzin, J., L. K. Shay, B. Jaimes, and J. K. Brewster, Three-dimensional in situ measurements of a large anticyclonic eddy and surrounding waters in the eastern Caribbean Sea. AGU Ocean Science Meeting, 21-26 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaiames and E. Uhlhorn, Upper ocean momentum response to hurricane forcing. AGU Ocean Science Meeting, 21-26 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Jaimes, B., and L. K. Shay, Enhanced wind-driven downwelling flow in warm oceanic eddy features during the intensification of Isaac (2012). AGU Ocean Science Meeting,21-26 Feb, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, and E. Uhlhorn, Thermal and momentum Loop Current response hurricanes. 32 nd AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay, and J. Brewster, A positive feedback mechanism for tropical cyclone intensification over warm mesoscale ocean features. 32 nd AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Brewster, J. and L. K. Shay, South Pacific ocean climatology (SPOC). 32 n AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Rudzin, J. and L. K. Shay, Enthalpy fluxes in tropical cyclones over the Caribbean Sea relative to oceanic variability. 32 n AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Halliwell, G., L. K. Shay, J. Dong, and H-S Kim, The importance of accurately representing the surface momentum flux driving upper ocean currents for coupled hurricane prediction. 32 nd AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Kim, H-S, G. Halliwell, V. Tallapragada, P. Black, S, Chen, J. Cione, I. Ginis, B. Liu, L. Miller, S. Jayne, E. Sanabia, L. K. Shay, E. Uhlhorn, and L. Zhu, Ocean model impact study for coupled hurricane prediction: An HFIP initiative. 32 nd AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

Steffen, J. D., S. Chen, L. K. Shay and B. Jaimes, Observations of a self-induced barrier layer. 32 nd AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 17-23 April, San Juan, PR (Abstract)

2015: Shay, L. K., J. Martinez, and M. Archer, Coastal current and wave response to hurricane Jeanne: implications for storm surge modeling.-EGU Meeting, 12-17 April, Vienna, Austria (Abstract)

Uhlhorn, E., B. Jaimes, J. J. Cione and L. K. Shay. Coupled ocean-atmosphere interactions observed during hurricane Edouard, 69 th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 4- 7 March, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Jacksonville, FL (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., J. Martinez, and M. Archer, Coastal current and wave response to hurricane Jeanne: implications for storm surge modeling. 69 th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 4- 7 March, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Jacksonville, FL (Abstract)

Chen, S., J. Cummings, J. Schmidt, P. Black, E. Sanabia, and L. K. Shay, Sensitivity of ocean sampling for coupled COAMPS-TC prediction. 69 th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 4- 7 March, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Jacksonville, FL (Abstract)

Jaimes, B. and L. K. Shay, Enhanced downwelling in a warm core eddy during hurricane Isaac’s intensification. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference, 15-18 Feb, Houston, TX (abstract)

Maturi, E., D. Donohue, L. K. Shay, J. Brewster, J. Guo, NOAA Operational Oceanic Heat Content Product Suite at NESDIS. NOAA/Navy/NASA Ocean Surface Topography Workshop, 20-23 Oct, Reston, VA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., Requirements for ocean measurements during hurricanes NOAA Analysis of Alternatives, 13-14 Oct, College Park, MD (abstract)

Archer, M., L. K. Shay, and J. Martinez-Pedraja, Evaluation of WERA HF radar observations: Currents, winds and waves. IEEE Current, Waves, and Turbulence Workshop, 10-13 Aug, St. Petersburg, FL (abstract)

Shay, L. K., Ocean observing in the Intra-American seas. US Clivar Intra-American Seas panel meeting, 8-10 Sept, Virtual Workshop, (Abstract)

Archer, M., L. K. Shay, and W. Johns, The Florida current in stream coordinates: mean jet profile and structural variability from HF radar measurements. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 3-7 Aug, Singapore (Abstract)

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay and E. W. Uhlhorn, Enthalpy and momentum fluxes during hurricane Earl (2010) relative to underlying ocean features. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 3-7 Aug, Singapore (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., E. C. McCaskill, J. Brewster and E. Maturi, Remotely sensed oceanic heat content product for the North Pacific Ocean. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 3-7 Aug, Singapore (Abstract)

2014: Archer, M., L. K. Shay and J. Martinez-Pedraja, Sensing oceanic cyclones and anticyclones across a western boundary current using WERA high frequency radars. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 28 Jul- 4 Aug, Sapporo, Japan (Abstract)

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay, and J. K. Brewster. Upwelling and mixing processes induced by hurricane Isaac over geostrophically balanced ocean eddies. 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting , 23 . 28 Feb., Honolulu, HI (Abstract)

Maturi, E., L. K. Shay, and J. K. Brewster. An operational ocean heat content product suite at NOAA NESDIS, 94th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, 2-7 Feb, Atlanta, GA (Abstract)

McCaskill, E. C., L. K. Shay and J. K. Brewster. The systematically merged Pacific Ocean regional temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for typhoon intensity forecasts. 68th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 4- 7 March, Office of the Federal Coordinator, World Weather Research Center, College Park, MD (Abstract).

McCaskill, E. C., L. K. Shay and J. K. Brewster. The systematically merged Pacific Ocean regional temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for typhoon intensity forecasts. 31th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 31 Mar-4 April, San Diego, CA (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. K. Brewster, C. McCaskill, E. W. Uhlhorn, and G. Halliwell. Progress on upper ocean measurement sampling strategies during hurricanes: AXCP and AXCTD profiling. 68th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 4-7 March, Office of the Federal Coordinator, World Weather Research Center, College Park, MD (Abstract).

Shay, L. K, E. C. McCaskill, and J. K. Brewster. Oceanic impacts on super typhoon Haiyan. 31th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 31 Mar-4 April, San Diego, CA (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, and E. W. Uhlhorn. Observed enthalpy fluxes during the rapid intensity change of Hurricane Earl relative to underlying ocean features. 23-28 Feb. 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI (Abstract)

Shay, L. K, E. C. McCaskill, and J. K. Brewster. Oceanic impacts on super typhoon Haiyan. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 28 Jul- 4 Aug, Sapporo, Japan (Abstract)

2013: Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, R. Schuster, and J. Brewster: Upwelling induced response by hurricane Isaac. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Conference, 21-23 Jan, New Orleans, LA, (Abstract)

Schuster, R., L. K. Shay, B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, and W Teague, Deep ocean response induced by hurricane Ivan along the northern rim of the DeSoto Canyon. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Conference, 21- 23 Jan, New Orleans, LA, (Abstract-Poster)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, R. Schuster, G. Halliwell, and W. Teague, Characterization of the oceanic response to slow and fast moving hurricanes over the DeSoto Canyon. 10-11 Sept, GoMRI Deep-C Consortium Meeting Workshop, Tallahassee, FL (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. K. Brewster, and R. Schuster, Impact of eddies on upwelling induced by hurricane Isaac. 67th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Washington, DC (Abstract).

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, and E. W. Uhlhorn, Enthalpy and momentum fluxes during the rapid intensification of hurricane Earl over the North Atlantic Ocean. AGU Meeting of the Americas, 13-17 May, Cancun, MX (Abstract)

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay, J. Brewster, and R. Schuster, Upwelling Response to Hurricane Isaac in geostrophic oceanic vortices, AGU Meeting of the Americas, 13-17 May, Cancun, MX (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., Resolving submesoscale surface current variability along a western boundary current by HF radar. Gordon Research Conference on Coastal Ocean Circulation, 9-14 June, University of New England, Biddeford, MN, (Invited)

Shay, L. K., J. Martinez-Pedraja, B. K. Haus, and C. Whelan, Combining Seasonde and WERA high frequency radars to map coastal ocean circulation. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 24-28 June, Brisbane, Australia (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. Brewster and R. Schuster, Impact of eddies on upwelling processes induced by hurricanes. Asian Oceanic and Geophysics Society, 24-28 June, Brisbane, Australia (Invited Abstract)

McCaskill, E. C., J. K. Brewster, and L. K. Shay, Creation of the systematically merged Pacific Ocean temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for typhoon intensity forecasts. 2013 Asian Ocean and Geophysics Society, 24-28 June, Brisbane, Australia (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, R. Schuster, G. Halliwell, and W. Teague, Characterization of the oceanic response to slow and fast moving hurricanes over the DeSoto Canyon. 10-11 Sept, GoMRI Deep-C Consortium Meeting Workshop, Tallahassee, FL (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., J. Brewster and E. Maturi, Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document: Satellite-derived Oceanic Heat Content Product, V2.5, Satellite Products and Review Board, NOAA National Environmental Satellite Data Information Service, World Weather Research Center, College Park, MD (42pp).

2012: Shay, L. K., Tropical cyclone induced air-sea interactions across warm oceanic fronts. 2012 Asian Ocean and Geophysics Society, 13-17 Aug, Singapore (Abstract)

Shay, L.K, Tropical cyclone induced air-sea interactions across warm oceanic fronts. 2012 European Geophysical Union, 23-27 April, Vienna, Austria (Abstract).

Jaimes, B., L. K. Shay and G. R. Halliwell, Sea surface temperature response to tropical cyclones in quasigeostrophic oceanic vorticies. 30th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 16-20 April, Ponte Vedra, FL (Abstract)

McCaskill, E. C., J. K. Brewster, and L. K. Shay, Creation of the systematically merged Pacific Ocean temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for typhoon intensity forecasts. 30th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 16-20, April, Ponte Vedra, FL (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. K. Brewster, P. Meyers, C. McCaskill, E. W. Uhlhorn, F. D. Marks, G. R. Halliwell, O. M. Smedsted and P. Hogan. Resolving eddy shedding processes from the Loop Current During Deep Water Horizon (2010): Implications for coupled forecast intensity models. 30th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology Conference, 16-20 April, Ponte Vedra, FL (Abstract)

Brewster, J. K., P. Meyers, and L. K. Shay, Systematically merged Atlantic regional temperature and salinity (SMARTS) climatology: Application to hurricane Earl. 30th AMS Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology, 16-20 April, Ponte Vedra, FL.

Shay, L. K., Advancing Technologies to improve oceanic analyses and products. In Hurricane Symposium, Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, 22-27 January, New Orleans, LA, (Invited Abstract).

Ault, J. S., L. K. Shay, J. Luo, J. Brewster, N. Hammerslag, P. Meyers, B. Jaimes, and J. R. Rooker, Integrating animal borne sensors (ABS) with SMARTS climatology model to improve forecasts of hurricane intensity and fishery dynamics. 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 19-24 Feb., Salt Lake City, Utah.

Shay, L. K., J. Martinez-Pedraja, B. K. Haus, M. Archer, and A. Brad Parks, Submesoscale surface current Variability along the Florida Current, 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (Abstract)

Archer, M., A. B. Parks, L. K. Shay, and J. Martinez-Pedraja, Resolving oceanic eddy variability in HF radar derived surface currents using Okubo-Weiss. 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (Abstract)

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. K. Brewster, S. Paul and T. Richards, Improving the oceanic data acquisition system for research aircraft. 66th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Charleston, SC, (Abstract).

Shay, L. K., Patrick Meyers, and J. K. Brewster, Systematically merged Atlantic regional temperature and salinity (SMARTS) climatology: Application to hurricanes Earl and Karl. 66th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator, Charleston, SC (Abstract).

2011: Halliwell, G. R., L. K. Shay, D. Willey, J. Brewster, B. Jaimes, amd G. Goni, Improving ocean model performance in coupled forecast models through oceanic initialization. 65th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services, 28 Feb to 3March, Miami, FL, (abstract).

Evaluation and improvement of ocean model parameterizations for NCEP operations. 65th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services, 28 Feb to 3March, Miami, FL, (abstract).

Shay, L. K., B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, P. Meyers, C. McCaskill, S. Paul, E. Uhlhorn, F. Marks and G. R. Hallliwell, Real time oceanic measurements of the Loop Current and Warm Core Eddy during the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Implication for hurricane intensity. 65th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services, 28 Feb to 3March, Miami, FL, (abstract).

Shay, L. K., Airborne mapping of the Loop Current During DeepWater Horizon. Gulf of Mexico Information Transfer Meeting, BOEMRE, 22-24 March, New Orleans, LA (abstract)

Shay, L. K., Resolving Loop Current and eddy variability from NOAA research aircraft measurements: Implications for tropical cyclone-ocean interactions. International Workshop on Tropical Cyclone- Ocean Interaction in the Northwest Pacific, Korea Ocean Research Development Institute and Korean Typhoon Center, 11-13 May, Jeju Island, South Korea (abstract).

Shay, L. K., Aircraft surveys of Loop Current variability during Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill , JSOST for Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 25-26 Oct, St. Petersburg, FL, (abstract)

2010: Brewster, J. K., G. R. Halliwell, L. K. Shay, and W. J. Teague, Evaluation of an ocean model response to Hurricane Ivan over the Northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf and slope, AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, Portland, Oregon, (abstract)

Shay, L. K., Oceanic heat content variability for hurricane intensity forecasting ,AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, Portland, Oregon (abstract)

Parks, A. B., L. K. Shay, and J. Martinez-Pedraja, Resolving submesoscale eddies in the Straits of Florida with HF radar and the Okubo-Weiss Parameter, AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, Portland Oregon (abstract)

Jaimes de la Cruz, B. and L. K. Shay, Upper ocean cooling in the Loop Current system during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, Portland, Oregon (abstract)

Shay, L.K., G. Halliwell, B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, and W. Teague, Joint Hurricane Testbed Project: Evaluation and improvement of ocean model parameterizations for NCEP operations, 64th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services,1-4 March, Savannah, GA, (abstract 7.4)

Halliwell, G. R., D. Willey, J. Brewster, B. Jaimes, L.K. Shay, and R. Atlas, The potential role of ocean observing system simulation experiments for improving ocean model initialization in coupled hurricane forecast models, 64th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services,1-4 March, Savannah, GA, (abstract P.4)

Meyers, P. C., J. K. Brewster, and L. K. Shay, The SMARTS climatology, 64th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorological Services,1-4 March, Savannah, GA, (abstract 6.1)

Meyers, P., L. K. Shay and J. Brewster. The systematically merged Atlantic regional temperature and salinity climatology (SMARTS). 29th AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 10-14 May 2010, Tuscon, AZ (Abstract)

Meyers, P. , L.K. Shay, and J.K. Brewster. The systematically merged Atlantic regional temperature and salinity (SMARTS) climatology for satellite derived ocean thermal structure. 17th Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography. 27-30 Sept. 2010, American Meteorological Society. Annapolis, MD.(Abstract Presentation 7.4).

Shay, L. K., Oceanic-atmospheric interactions during tropical cyclones, National Remote Sensing Center, ISRO, Department of Space, India, 25-26 March, Utilization of Satellite-Derived oceanic heat content studies for cyclone studies, 21pp.

Shay, L.K., G. Halliwell, B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, and W. Teague, Joint Hurricane Testbed Project: Evaluation and improvement of ocean model parameterizations for NCEP operations, 2nd NOAA USWRP Testbed Workshop, ESRL,3-5 May Boulder, CO, (abstract)

Shay, L. K., H. Seim, R. Weisberg, D. Savidge, G. Voulgaris, G. Maul, K. Speer, P. Welsh, and R. Driscoll, High Frequency Radar Gap Analysis in SECOORA, NOAA-IOOS, Silver Spring, MD, 11 pp.

2009: Shay, L. K.. Air-Sea Interactions during tropical cyclone passage (Invited), IUGG Tropical Cyclone Symposium Montreal, Canada, 19-29 July (abstract).

2008: Brewster, J., L.K. Shay and M. Mainelli. Satellite-derived oceanic heat content variability in the Eastern Pacific Ocean for hurricane intensity forecasting (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March , Orlando, Florida.

Brewster, J., L.K. Shay and M. Mainelli. Eastern Pacific Ocean heat content estimates from altimetry for operational hurricane intensity forecasts (abstract), 28th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 28 April to 2 March, Orlando, FL

Haus, B.K., R. Ramos, T.M. Cook, L.K. Shay, P.A. Work, G. Voulgaris, L.R. Wyatt, J. Martinez. HF Radar wave measurement over a high current shear region in the Florida Straits (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March , Orlando, Florida.

Halliwell, G., L.K. Shay, J. Brewster, and W. Teague. Improving the ocean model response to tropical cyclones (abstract), 28th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 28 April to 2 March, Orlando, FL

Jaimes, B. and L. K. Shay. Modulation of hurricane-induced mixed layer cooling in Gulf of Mexico’s mesoscale oceanic eddies (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March , Orlando, Florida.

Jaimes, B. and L. K.Shay. Hurricane-induced differential mixed layer cooling over strong oceanic background flows (abstract), 28th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 28 April to 2 March, Orlando, FL

Martinez-Pedraja, J., L. K. Shay, B. K. Haus, P. Vertes, B. Parks, M. Bushnell, K. Grissom, J. Dusault. Interoperability between Sea-sonde and WERA HF radar in the Florida Current (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March , Orlando, Florida.

Parks, A. B., Lynn K. Shay, Jorge Martinez-Pedraja, Klaus-Werner Gurgel ,Brian K. Haus, and William E. Johns. Observed submesoscale surface current variability in the Florida Straits detected by WERA (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March ,Orlando, Florida.

Shay, L. K., J. Martinez, M. Powell, B.K. Haus, and J. Brewster. Coastal ocean surface current response to hurricane Jeanne detected by WERA (abstract), Ocean Sciences Meeting, 3-7 March , Orlando, Florida.

Shay, L. K., G. Halliwell, and J. Brewster. Joint Hurricane Testbed Project: Evaluation and Improvement of Ocean Model Parameterizations for NCEP Operations (abstract), 62th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 3-7 March, Charleston, South Carolina

Shay, L.K., J. Martinez, M. Powell, B.K. Haus, and J. Brewster. Observed coastal surface currents, winds and waves during hurricane Jeanne using shorebased high frequency radars (abstract), 62th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, 3-7 March, Charleston, South Carolina

Shay, L. K., J. Martinez, M. Powell, B.K. Haus, and J. Brewster. Coastal ocean surface current response to hurricane Jeanne detected by WERA (abstract), 28th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 28 April to 2 March, Orlando, FL

Shay, L. K. (Invited) Oceanic impacts on tropical cyclone intensity changes (abstract) In Basic Studies on Turbulence in Atmospheric and Oceanic Boundary Layers Session, European Geophysical Union, 13- 18 April, Vienna, Austria

Uhlhorn E. W., and L.K. Shay. Simulating the baroclinic ocean current response to a tropical cyclone (abstract), 28th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 28 April to 2 March, Orlando, FL

2007: Shay,L.K. and J. K. Brewster. Oceanic Heat Content Variability in the Eastern Pacific Ocean for SHIPS: Implications for Hurricane Intensity. Final Report: NOAA Joint Hurricane Testbed, August 2007, 31 pp.

Shay,L.K., D. Savidge, H. Seim, R. Styles, and R. Weisberg. High frquency radar observing systems in Souteast Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System, ONR Final Report, Arlington, VA, 31 pp.

Shay, L.K, A. B. Parks, B.K. Haus, J. Martinez-Pedraja, W.E. John,s, K.-W. Gurgel, and T.M. Cook, Resolving coastal ocean eddy activity in surface velocity signatures from Wellen Radars and an acoustic Doppler current profiler. IEEE Oceans 2007, Aberdeen Scotland, 18-21 June 2007, 6pp.

Haus, B.K., M. Wang, L.K. Shay, and L.R. Wyatt, HF radar observation of wave directional spectra is a strong current regime. IEEE Oceans 2007, Aberdeen Scotland, 18-21 June 2007, 6pp.

2006: Brewster, J. K. and L. K. Shay, Oceanic Heat Content Variability in the Eastern Pacific Ocean for SHIPS: Implications for Hurricane Intensity. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Halliwell, G., L.K. Shay, O.M. Smedstad and E.W. Uhlhorn. Improving ocean basic state initialization in coupled models. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay, and G. Halliwell. Evaluation of ocean mixing parameterization schemes in couple models. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Jaimes, B. L.K. Shay, T.M. Cook, E. Uhlhorn, G. Halliwell, and P.G. Black. Variability in the Loop Current during the passage of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Shay, L.K. and E. Uhlhorn. Loop Current interactions to hurricanes Isidore and Lili. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Uhlhorn, E. and L.K. Shay. Mechanical and vorticity budgets in the oceanic mixed layer during tropic cyclones. 27th Conference on Tropical Meteorology and Hurricanes. Monterey, CA April 24-28, 2006.

Shay, L.K. Measurements of the upper ocean during tropical cyclone passage: Decadal Progress 50thAnniversary Hurricane Research Division Symposium. Miami, FL May 18-23, 2006.

Parks, A. B. , L.K. Shay, W.E. Johns, T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, J. Martinez-Pedraja. Observing eddy activity using Wellen Radars and a moored acoustic Doppler current profiler in the Florida Straits. Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 20-24, 2006.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, J. Martinez-Pedraja, H. Peters, W.E. Johns, K.-W. Gurgel. Real-time surface velocity mapping using Wellen Radars in the Florida Straits. Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 20-24, 2006.

Haus, B.K., R. Ramos, T.M. Cook, L.K. Shay, P.A. Work, G. Voulgaris, L. R. Wyatt, and J. Martinez-Pedraja. HF Radar wave measurement over a high current shear region in the Florida Straits. Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 20-24, 2006.

Shay, L.K. N. Surgi, and J. Cione. 2006: Air-Sea interactions in tropical cyclones. Proceedings from a National Center for Environmental Prediction Workshop, Camp Springs, Maryland, 24-25 May 2005, 34 pp.

2005: Shay, L.K. S.D. Jacob, T.M. Cook, W. Segura, M. McGauley and C. Zhang. Airborne Expendable Current, Temperature and Salinity Profiling in EPIC 2001: Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, RSMAS 2005-02, 40pp.

Shay, L.K., T. Cook, B. Haus, J. Martinez and R. Weisberg. High frequency radar mapping of surface currents using WERA. Radio Oceanography Workshop-5, Costanoa, CA, 3-6 May 2005.

Cook, T.M., L.K. Shay, B. Haus and J. Martinez. Backscatter in the Stream: Initial results from East Florida Shelf WERANET. Radio Oceanography Workshop-5, Costanoa, CA, 3-6 May 2005.

Shay, L.K. Positive feedback regimes during tropcial cyclone passage. 14th Conference on the Interaction of the Sea and Air, 86th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 7 pp.

Shay, L.K. T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, K.-W. Gurgel, H. Peters, J. Martinez-Pedraja, T. Helzel, W.E. Johns. Realtime surface velocity mapping using Wellen radars in the Florida Straits. The Oceanography Society (TOS)-Int'l Ocean Research Conference, Paris, France, June 3-11, 2005.

Shay, L.K., E.W. Uhlhorn, S.D. Jacob, T.M. Cook, S. Guhin, and G. Halliwell. A tale of two hurricanes: upper ocean response to Isidore and Lili. The Oceanography Society (TOS)-Int'l Ocean Research Conference, Paris, France, June 3-11, 2005.

2004: Martinez-Pedraja, J., L.K. Shay, T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus. Very high frequency radar measurements of surface currents along the inshore boundary of the Florida Current during NRL2001: Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, RSMAS 2004-03, 32 pp.

Black, M. L., F. D. Marks, R. F. Rogers, L.K. Shay, B. A. Albrecht and H. E. Willoughby. The mean structure of vertical velocities and radar reflectivities in the hurricane eye-wall as they relate to environmental wind shear. 26th Conference on Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology, AMS 3-7 May, Miami Beach, FL, 94-95.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay, G. Halliwell, C.J. Koblinsky and M.D. Powell. Surface fluxes and upper ocean budgets during 2002 hurricanes Isidore and Lili. 26th Conference on Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology, AMS 3-7 May, Miami Beach, FL, 617-618.

Uhlhorn, E. W., L.K. Shay. Analysis of Upper-Ocean thermodynamic observations forced by Hurricane Lili. 26th Conference on Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology, AMS 3-7 May, Miami Beach, FL, 619-620.

White, Sean R. and L.K. Shay. Modulations of Surface wave energy over near-inertial time scales. 26th Conference on Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology, AMS 3-7 May, Miami Beach, FL, 621-622.

2003: Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, B.K. Haus, H.C. Graber, J. Martinez, and Z. Hallock. Observed surface currents during the Chesapeake Bay Outflow Plume Experiments. In 1st International Radar Oceanography Workshop. Timberline, OR, ONR, 137-145.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, and P.E. An. Submesoscale flows detected by very high frequency radar and autonomous underwater vehicles. In 1st International Radar Oceanography Workshop. Timberline, OR, ONR, 129-136.

2002: Black, M., E. Uhlhorn, S. Feuer, W. Barry and L.K. Shay, The relationship between GPS dropsonde wind profiles and sea surface temperatures in hurricane Bret of 1999. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA, p. 551-552.

Cook, T.M., L.K. Shay, S.D. Jacob, C.W. Wright, P.G. Black, E. Uhlhorn, Surface wave effects on the ocean mixed layer response to hurricane Bonnie. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA, p. 633-636.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay and G. Halliwell, Effect of entrainment closure on the oceanic mixed layer response during tropical cyclone passage: A numerical investigation. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA, p. 660-661.

Mainelli, M., M. DeMaria, S.D. Jacob and L.K. Shay, Impact of oceanic heat content on hurricane intensity forecasts using SHIPS model. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA, p. 627-628.

Shay, L.K, S. Daniel Jacob, T.M. Cook, M. Mainelli, S.R. White, P.G. Black, G. Goni, R. Cheney, Hurricane heat potential variability from in situ and radar altimetry measurements. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA p. 575-576.

Shay, L. K., T. Cook, S. D. Jacob, C. Zhang, and M. McGauley, Airborne expendable current, temperature and salinity profiling in EPIC, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 6-10 Dec 2002, San Francisco, CA.

White, S.R., M. Mainelli, S.D. Jacob and L.K. Shay, Hurricane heat potential estimates from monthly versus seasonal temperature and salinity data. In 25th Conference Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. AMS, 29 April – 3 May 2002, San Diego, CA, p. 128-129.

2001: Shay, L.K., T.M. Cook, and P.E. An, Submesoscale coastal ocean flows detected by VHF radar and AUV technology. Oceanogr.,14(1), 49-50.

Shay, L.K., Hurricane heat potential estimates from satellite radar altimetry measurements. In 11th Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, 15- 18 October 2001, Boston, MA, p. 9 – 16.

Shay, L.K., S.D. Jacob, P.G. Black, and M. Black, Loop current effects on hurricanes: Hurricane heat potential. Proceedings of the Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference, Orlando, FL, 6 pp.

2000: Black, P.G., L.K. Shay, E. Walsh, J. Cione, G. Goni, E. D'Asaro, and E. Uhlhorn, Hurricane intensity change modulated by air-sea interaction effects based on unique measurements during the 1998-1999 Seasons, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J7-J8.

Cook, T.M., H. Peters, L.K. Shay, P.E. An, S. Smith, A.J. Mariano and J. VanLeer, Submesoscale vortices at the edge of the Florida Current on the east Florida shelf, In: 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, 80(49). American Geophysical Union, 24-28 January, San Antonio, Texas, p. 115.

Cook, T.M., L. K.Shay, P.G. Black, G. Goni, M. Huber, S.D. Jacob, and J. Cione, Coupled air-sea interactions during hurricane Bonnie. In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J68-J69.

Goni, G.J., L. K. Shay, P. Black, M. Huber, S.D. Jacob, and E. Uhlhorn, Role of the upper ocean Structure on the intensification of hurricane Bret from satellite altimetry, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J5-J6.

Hallock, Z.R., P. Pistek, J. L. Miller, H.T. Perkins, and L.K. Shay, A description of the tides near the Chesapeake Bay entrance using in situ data and adjoint model. In: 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, Vol. 80, No.49. American Geophysical Union, 24-28 January, San Antonio, Texas, p. 116.

Huber, M., L.K. Shay, and R. Pasch, Operational heat content charts at the Tropical Prediction Center, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J9-J10.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay, P. G. Black, and S. Houston, Upper ocean response to hurricane wind asymmetries, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J66-J67.

Shay, L.K., T.M. Lee, E. Williams and C.G. Rooth, Near-inertial submesoscale vortices trapped and advected by the Florida Current, In: 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, Vol. 80, No.49 American Geophysical Union, 24-28 January, San Antonio, Texas, p. 101.

Shay, L.K., P.G. Black, M. Huber, S.D. Jacob, T. Cook, and J. Cione, Global Analogues of deep warm upper ocean layers: Hurricane heat potential regions of high heat content, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. J3-J4.

Uhlhorn, E., P.G. Black, L.K. Shay, J. Cione, S.D. Jacob, and G. Goni, Warm core ocean features in the central and eastern Gulf of Mexico, In 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology and 10th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, American Meteorological Society, 29 May - 2 June, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, p. 147-148.

1999: Esbensen, D. Raymond, S.M. Gregg, and L.K. Shay , EPIC2001 overview implementation plan. Tech. Report to NSF, EPIC 2001 Scientific Working Group, 28 pp.

Goni, G.J., M. Huber and L.K. Shay. TOPEX/POSEIDON-derived Atlantic Ocean hurricane heat content estimates. In: 23rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 79th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, January 10 - 15. Vol. II: 1037 – 1040.

Huber, M., L.K. Shay and G.J. Goni. Atlantic Ocean’s role on intensity change. In: 23rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 79th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, January 10 - 15. Vol. I: 36 – 39.

Jacob, S.D. and L.K. Shay. Upper ocean response during hurricane Gilbert: Observational and numerical studies. In: 23rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 79th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, January 10 - 15. Vol. II: 1041 – 1044.

Shay, L.K. Upper ocean response to tropical cyclones. RSMAS Technical Report 99-003, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, 35pp.

Shay, L.K. Sea surface temperatures: Are they really enough to predict intensity change? In: 23rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 79th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, January 10 - 15. Vol. I: 32 – 35.

1998: Black, P.G. and L.K. Shay. Observations of tropical cyclone intensity change due to air-sea interaction processes. 78th AMS Annual Meeting: Symposium of Tropical Cyclone Intensity, January 11 - 16. Phoenix, Arizona. American Meteorological Society, 161-168.

Cook, T.M. and L.K. Shay. Tidal variability observed with high frequency radar. 78th AMS Annual Meeting: 2nd Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and Processes, January 11 - 16. Phoenix, Arizona. American Meteorological Society, 287 - 292.

Elsberry, R., F. Marks and the Workshop Organizing Team (G. Barnes, M. DeMaria, S. Lord, M. Montgomery, R. Pielke Jr., L. Shay and C. Velden). . U.S. Weather Research Program, Hurricane landfall workshop report. NCAR Technical Note-442+Proc., Boulder, CO, May, 40pp.

Hallock, Z.R., P. Pistek, J.L. Miller and L.K. Shay. Currents and surface height fields in the vicinity of Chesapeake Bay entrance derived from assimilation of surface velocity- OSCR, current meter and surface height data. . In: 1998 Spring Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, Supplement: Vol. 79, No. 17 (April 28, 1998). American Geophysical Union, May 26 - 29, Boston, Massachusetts, p.168.

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber, L.K. Shay, S. Nikolic and J. Martinez. Ocean surface current observations with HF Doppler radar during the Chesapeake Outflow Plume Experiment (COPE-1). RSMAS Report 98-003, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, September, 43pp. (total of 65pp.).

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber and L.K. Shay. Tidal modulation of surface flows in the turning region of the Chesapeake Bay outflow. EOS, Trans., AGU, Vol. 79, No.1. American Geophysical Union, 9 - 13 February, San Diego, California, 158.

Marks, F.D. and L.K. Shay. Landfalling tropical cyclones: Forecast problems and associated research opportunities. Proceedings of the 16th Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Symposium on the Research Foci of the US Weather Research Program, January 11 - 16. Phoenix, Arizona. American Meteorological Society, 520-523.

Miller, J.L., Z.R. Hallock, L.K. Shay and J.B. Zaitzeff. Tidal and sub-tidal surface salinity advection in a coastal plume: Estimates from remotely sensed fields. . In: 1998 Spring Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, , Supplement: Vol. 79, No. 17 (April 28). American Geophysical Union, May 26 - 29, Boston, Massachusetts, S168.

Shay, L.K., G.J. Goni, F.D. Marks, J.J. Cione and P.G. Black. Role of warm ocean features on intensity change: Hurricane Opal. 78th AMS Annual Meeting: Special Session on Tropical Cyclone Intensity Changes, January 11 - 16. Phoenix, Arizona. American Meteorological Society, 131 - 138.

Smith, S., E. An, J. Park, L.K. Shay, H. Peters and J. Van Leer. Submesoscale coastal ocean dynamics using autonomous underwater vehicles and VHF radar. 78th AMS Annual Meeting: 2nd Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and Processes, January 11 - 16. Phoenix, Arizona. American Meteorological Society, 143 - 150.

Shay, L.K., B. Haus, H. Graber and Z. Hallock. Strength of the M2 tidal current at the Chesapeake Bay. In: 1998 Ocean Sciences Meeting. EOS, Trans., AGU, Vol. 79, No.1. American Geophysical Union, 9 - 13 February, San Diego, California, 158.

1997: Faber, T.A., L.K. Shay, S.D. Jacob, S.H. Houston and P. Black. Observed air-sea Interactions during hurricane Emily. 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, May 19 - 23,. Fort Collins (Boulder), CO, American Meteorological Society, 433 - 434.

Shay, L.K. Coastal near-inertial wave bursts detected by OSCR. In: IGARSS’97 Proceedings, IEEE. (IV), 1817 - 1819.

Shay, L.K. Near-inertial wave energy fluxes forced by tropical cyclones. 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, May 19 - 23, Fort Collins (Boulder), CO, American Meteorological Society, 437 - 438.

Shen, C.Y., R. Fusina and L.K. Shay. Submesoscale motion on a continental shelf. In: 1997 Spring Meeting. EOS Trans., AGU. May 27 - 30, 1997, Baltimore, Maryland. (Abstract).

1996: Fung, Y.T., L.K. Shay and S. Chang. Oceanic response to hurricane Gilbert. Extended Abstract: Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 401 - 408.

Ginis, I., L.K. Shay, L.M. Rothstein and S.A. Frolov. Numerical simulations of the ocean response to hurricane Gilbert using airborne field observations. Extended Abstract: 8th Conference on Air-Sea Interaction, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 33 - 37.

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber, L.K. Shay and S.J. Lentz. Along-shelf variation of a coastal buoyant jet detected by HF radar. In: 1996 Fall Meeting. EOS Trans., AGU, Supplement: 77(46), November 12, p. F385 - F386. December 15 - 18, San Francisco, California.

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber and L.K. Shay. Observations of a coastal buoyant jet with Doppler radar. Oceans 96 MTS/IEEE Conference Proceedings, 23 - 26 September, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 1032 - 1037.

Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay and A.J. Mariano. Mixed-layer heat balance during hurricane Gilbert. Extended Abstract: 8th Conference on Air-Sea Interaction, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 23 - 27.

Shay, L.K. and A.J. Mariano. Energy flux from hurricane Gilbert wind field to near-inertial motions. Extended Abstract: 8th Conference on Air-Sea Interaction, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 28 - 32.

Shay, L.K. Internal waves detected by HF radar. In: 1996 Fall Meeting. EOS Trans., AGU, Supplement: 77(46), November 12, p. F386. December 15 - 18, San Francisco, California. (Poster abstract)

Shay, L.K. Observed internal wave-driven surface currents from HF radar. Extended Abstract: Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction. American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 296 - 303.

1995: Graber, H.C., T.N. Lee, B.K. Haus, C.G.H. Rooth, E. Williams and L.K. Shay. Observations of ocean surface currents off south Florida keys using an HF Doppler radar. RSMAS Report, October Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, 47 pp.

Haus, B.K., H.C. Graber, L.K. Shay and J. Martinez. Ocean surface current observations with HF radar during DUCK '94 Experiment. RSMAS Report 95-010, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, 104 pp.

S.A. Mango, S.R. Chubb, F. Askari, J.S. Lee, G.R. Valenzuela, B. Holt, R.M. Goldstein, W. Alpers, T.F. Donato, H.H. Shih, J. Verdi, J.C. Church and L.K. Shay. Remote sensing of current-wave interactions with SIR-C/X-SAR during SRL-1 and SRL-2 at the Gulf Stream supersite. Proceedings of the International Geoscience Airborne Remote Sensing, Florence, Italy.

Shay, L.K., H.C. Graber, D.B. Ross and R.D. Chapman (invited). Coastal surface current variability influenced by the Gulf Stream detected by HF radar. International Association of the Physical Sciences of the Ocean, Honolulu, Hawaii.

1994: Graber, H.C., D.B. Ross and L.K. Shay. Observations of surface vector currents and ocean features with shore-based HF radar. EOS Trans., 75(3), p. 193, (Abstract).

Mariano, A., L.K. Shay and P.G. Black. Near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Gilbert. EOS Trans., 75(3), p. 32, (Abstract)

Ross, D.B., L.K. Shay and H.C. Graber. Electromagnetic characteristics of ocean fronts as observed by HF radar. EOS Trans., 75(3), p. 44, (Abstract).

Shay, L.K., H.C. Graber and D.B. Ross. Mesoscale ocean surface current variability detected by HF radar. EOS Trans., 75(3), p. 179, (Abstract).

Shay, L.K., P.C. Zhang, H.C. Graber and E.J. Walsh. Wave current interactions during SWADE, Part II: Simulations. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Air-Sea Interaction and on Meteorology and Oceanography of the Coastal Zone, September 22 - 27, Lisbon, Portugal, (Extended Abstract), 90 - 91.

Walsh, E.J., L.K. Shay, H.C. Graber, A. Guillaume, D. Vandermark, D.E. Hines, R.N. Swift and J.F. Scott. Wave-current interactions during SWADE. Part I: Observations. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Air-Sea Interaction and on Meteorology and Oceanography of the Coastal Zone, September 22 - 27, Lisbon, Portugal (Extended Abstract), 88 - 89.

1993: Chemi, L., H.C. Graber, D.B. Ross and L.K. Shay. Fields of ocean surface currents during HIRES-1. RSMAS Technical Report 93-004, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, 35 pp.

Hauser, D., G. Caudel and L.K. Shay. Behavior of the ocean radar cross-section observed in the vicinity of the Gulf Stream. Proceeding of the Air-Sea Interactions Symposium,, Marseille, France, 7 pp.

Shay, L. K. Airborne expendable current profiling during SWADE. RSMAS Technical Report 93-001, 46 pp.

Shay, L.K. Near-inertial response to hurricane Gilbert. Extended Abstract: 20th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 567 - 570.

Shay, L.K., P.G. Black and R.L. Elsberry. Prototype upper ocean response to hurricane experiments. EOS Trans., 74(16), p. 376, (Abstract).

Shay, L.K., H.C. Graber, D.B. Ross, L. Chemi, N. Peters, J. Hargrove, R. Vakkayil and L. Chamberlain. Measurements of ocean surface currents using an HF radar during HIRES-2. RSMAS Technical Report 93-007, 66 pp.

Shay, L.K., D.B. Ross and H.C. Graber. Observed surface currents during HIRES. EOS Trans., 73(43), 248 - 249.

1992: Shay, L.K. Airborne expendable current profiling in the Subarctic front of the North Pacific Ocean. RSMAS Technical Report 92-003 (Prepared for the Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory), 99 pp.

Shay, L.K. Ocean bottom current response to hurricanes. Final Report: Shell Development Company, Houston, Texas, 28 pp.

Shay, L.K. and D.B. Olson. Preliminary results: SEFLOE current meter moorings. Florida/Caribbean Oil Spill Center Contribution: 92-01, University of Miami, RSMAS, Miami, Florida, 11 pp.

Shay, L.K., D.B. Ross and H.C. Graber. Ocean surface current profiling using HF radar. RSMAS Technical Report 92-004, 40 pp.

Shay, L.K., D.B. Ross and H.C. Graber. Observations of ocean surface currents by HF/VHF radar. EOS Trans., 73(43), 248 - 249, (Abstract)

Shay, L.K., D.B. Ross and H.C. Graber. Ocean Surface Observations by HF Radar (OSCR). Proceedings of the Virginia Key Ocean Sciences Symposium, Eds., C. Mooers and J. Prospero, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, p. 31.

1991: Ross, D.B., L.K. Shay and H.C. Graber. Summary of Doppler Radar Current Operations at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina and Miami, Florida, September 11 - 25; October 1 - 3, 23 pp.

Shay, L.K., P.G. Black and R.L. Elsberry. Overview of the ocean response to hurricanes. Working Papers: Mesoscale Coupled Air/Sea Interactions, Ed., A. Goroch, Naval Environmental Research Prediction Facility, Monterey, California, 109 - 182.

Shay, L.K., P.G. Black, J.D. Hawkins, R.L. Elsberry and A.J. Mariano. Sea surface temperature response to hurricane Gilbert. 19th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, AMS, 574 - 578, (Extended abstract).

Shay, L.K., D.B. Ross, H.C. Graber, M. Osborne and T. Savill. Observations of ocean surface currents by HF/VHF radar. EOS Trans., 72(51), p. 59, (Abstract).

1989: Black, P.G., L.K. Shay and R.L. Elsberry. Ocean response to hurricane Gilbert. 18th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, AMS, 226 - 227, (Extended abstract)

1988: Elsberry, R.L., L.K. Shay and P.G. Black. Vertical structure of the ocean current response to a hurricane. EOS Trans., 69, p. 385, (Abstract)

Shay, L.K., S.W. Chang and R.L. Elsberry. Free surface effects on the near-inertial current response to a hurricane. EOS Transactions, 69, p. 381, (Abstract)

1987: Shay, L.K., P.G. Black and R.L. Elsberry. Mesoscale ocean current and temperature patterns induced by hurricanes. 17th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, 388 - 392, (Extended abstract)

1986: Shay, L.K. and R.L. Elsberry. Near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Josephine. EOS Trans., 67(44), p.1033, (Abstract).

1985: Shay, L.K. and R.L. Elsberry. Effect of an initial current regime on the oceanic response to hurricanes. MMS Proceedings: 6th Annual Gulf of Mexico Information Transfer Meeting, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Minerals Management Service, 266 - 270.

1984: Shay, L.K. and R.L. Elsberry. Barotropic ocean current response to hurricane Frederic. EOS Trans., 65, p. 433 (Abstract)

1982: Shay, L.K. Current meter observations acquired during the passage Frederic. U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, 28 pp., (Unpublished manuscript)

1979: Shay, L.K. and S. Lauber. Currents on the Washington continental shelf. TN 7110-79-01, U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

Shay, L.K., S. Lauber and K. Sharpe. Data Report: Currents on the northern California shelf. TN 7110-79-02, U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

1980: Shay, L.K., S. Lauber and R. Swanson. Data Report: Currents on the southern California shelf. TN 7110-80-01, U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

Lauber, S. and L.K. Shay. Data Report: Currents on the northern Gulf of Mexico shelf. TN 7110-80-02, U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

Shay, L.K. and J.J. Tamul. Current observations during the passage of hurricane Frederic. EOS Trans., 61, 256, (Abstract)


Other works submitted/prepared for publications:

  • Rudzin, J., L. K. Shay, B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, Could North Brazilian current rings in the Caribbean Sea influence tropical cyclone intensity? J. Geophys. Res..
  • Shay, L. K., Ocean-atmosphere interactions during tropical cyclone passage, Science Shay, L. K., Ocean-atmosphere interactions during tropical cyclone passage, Science
  • Uhlhorn, E. W., B. Jaimes, J. Cione and L. K. Shay, Coupled atmosphere-ocean measurements during Hurricane Edouard, Bull of Amer. Meteor. Soc. (submitted)

20. Funded Research Performed (Currently Active, Submitted):

  • Ocean Response to Strong Atmospheric Forcing, 1985 - 1989, N00014-84-WR24051, ONR (PI(s): Elsberry and Shay).
  • Upper Ocean Response to Storms, 10/01/89 - 09/30/90, N00014-90-J-1084, ONR (PI: Shay).
  • Upper Ocean Frontal Dynamics, 04/01/90 - 09/30/91, N00014-90-C-6024, NOARL (PI(s): Shay).
  • SEFLOE II Current Meter Moorings, 07/01/91 - 06/30/92, Florida/Caribbean Marine Pollution Center (PI(s): Olson and Shay).
  • Analysis of Ocean Current Profiles in Hurricanes, 06/01/91 - 05/31/92, University of Miami General Research Award (PI: Shay).
  • Surface Wave-eddy Interactions in SWADE, 10/01/90 - 09/30/94, N00014-91-J-1042, ONR (PI: Shay).
  • High Frequency Radar Current Profiling in ONR High Resolution Experiment, 06/01/91 - 05/31/92, UNCW-9120, NOAA-NURP (PI(s): Ross, Shay and Graber).
  • High Frequency Radar Current Profiling in ONR High Resolution Experiment, 06/01/91 - 02/28/95, N00014-91-J4133, ONR (PI(s): Shay, Ross and Graber).
  • Near-Inertial Response to a Tropical Cyclone, 05/01/92 - 05/31/95, OCE 9202806, NSF (PI(s): Shay and Mariano).
  • Upper Ocean Response to Tropical Cyclones, 01/01/93 - 09/30/97, N00014-93-1-0417, ONR (P.I.: Shay).
  • A Study of Surface Currents and Internal Waves Over the Inner and Mid-Shelf During the Duck '94 Experiment, 08/15/94 - 08/14/96, N00014-94-1-1016, ONR (PI(s): Graber, Shay and Haus).
  • South Florida Oil Spill Studies Using OSCR, 09/24/94 - 09/30/95, RD94O1, OPRC (PI: Shay).
  • Remotely-Sensed Coastal Ocean Surface Currents, 05/01/95 - 04/30/96, NASA, NAGW-793838, (PI.: Shay).
  • Coastal Surface Current Variability, 10/01/95 - 03/31/99, ONR N00014-96-1-0111 (PI: Shay).
  • Remote Sensing of Surface Currents Associated with Chesapeake Bay Outfall Plume using a Shore-based HF Radar, 8/01/96 -11/15/98, ONR, N00014-96-1-1065 (PIs: Graber, Shay and Haus)
  • Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Interactions, COAMPS Validation Studies, 09/09/94 - 09/30/95, N00014-94-1-G917, NRL (PI: Shay).
  • Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Interactions, COAMPS Validation Studies, 06/30/96 - 09/30/99, N00014-96-1-G904, NRL (PI: Shay).
  • Air-Sea Coupling Mechanisms in Tropical Cyclones, 3/1/98 - 8/31/01, NSF ATM 9714885 (PI:Shay).
  • OSCR Measurement During Adverse Weather, 1/1/00 - 6/30/01, FAU (PI: Shay)
  • Four-dimensional current mapping using AUV and HF radar, 7/1/98, ONR N00014-98-1-0818 (RSMAS PIs: Shay, Peters, Van Leer and Mariano/FAU PIs: Smith, An, and Park).
  • Observation of frontal eddies in the Florida Keys-A pilot experiment, 1/199 - 6/30/02. NOAA (RSMAS PIs: Lee and Shay; NOAA Ortner)
  • Analysis of remotely sensed surface current from HF radar associated with the Chesapeake Bay Outfall Plume, 10/1/98 – 11/30/02, ONR N00014-96-1-1065 (PIs: Graber, Shay and Haus).
  • Collaborative Research: Mesoscale ocean current, temperature, and salinity variability in EPIC 2001, 09/01/00-08/31/04, NSF OCE-0002459 (PI: Shay)
  • Collaborative Research: Large scale air-sea interactions are tropical eastern Pacific-airborne observations along 95ºW TAO Moorings During EPIC 2001, 3/01/01 – 2/29/05, NSF ATM-002363, (PIs: Zhang, Shay, Bond)
  • High Resolution Littoral Surface Current Measurements, 4/01/01-9/30/02, NRL-N00173011G008, (PI: Shay)
  • Mesoscale Air- Sea Coupling in Tropical Cyclones, 8/15/01 – 8/14/05, NSF, ATM – 0108218, (PI: Shay)
  • ONR/SEA-COOS HF Radar Test Bed for Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System, 9/1/02 – 8/31/06, ONR, N00014-02-10-972 (PI Shay)
  • ONR/SEA-COOS HF Radar Test Bed for Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System, Mini-Waves Experiment, 09/1/04-08/31/05, ONR, N00014-02-10-972 (PIs: Shay, Haus)
  • Evaluation of Upper Ocean Mixing Parameterizations in support of JHT, NOAA, 9/1/03 – 8/31/05 (PIs Shay, Jacob, Halliwell), NA17RJ1226.
  • Hurricane Heat Content Estimates for Intensity Forecasting Using SHIPS in Support of JHT, NOAA, 9/1/02 – 8/31/06, NA17RJ1226. (PIs DeMaria, Mainelli, Shay)
  • Mesoscale Air- Sea Coupling Observed During Tropical Cyclones Isidore and Lili, 5/15/05 – 5/14/11, NSF, ATM – 0444525, (PI: L.K. Shay, G. Halliwell)
  • Hurricane Heat Content Estimates for Intensity Forecasting Using SHIPS in Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean, NOAA-JHT, 9/1/05 – 8/31/07, NA17RJ1226. (PI: Shay)
  • HYCOM Coastal Ocean Hindcasts and Predictions: Impact of nesting in HYCOM GODAE Assimilative Hindcasts; ONR-National Ocean Partnership Program, ONR-N00014-05-1-0992, 10/1/05 – 9/30/09, (PI: Halliwell, Chassignet, Shay, Kourafalou, Weisberg (USF), Hurlburt, Hogan (NRL-Stennis), Smedstad (PSI), and Cummings (NRL-Monterey)
  • Interim project: Antigua and Barbuda Ecosystems, Task 3 Ocean Observing Systems, Stanford Development Corporation, 11/1/06 to 5/31/08. (PI: Shay, Zika, Haus (UM), Bender, DiMarco (TAMU))
  • Evaluation and Improvement of Ocean Model Parameterizations for NCEP Operations, NOAA-JHT, 8/1/07-7/31/14, NA17RJ1226 (PI: Shay, Halliwell)
  • Extending the High Frequency Radar Footprint in South Florida, FLCOOS-Florida Department of Environmental Protection, 1/1/08-6/30/08 (PI: Shay, Haus)
  • High Frequency Radar Measurements in SECOORA, NOAA-South Carolina Sea Grant, 11/1/07-8/31/14, (PI: Shay)
  • Airborne surveys over the Loop Current during tropical cyclone passage, MMS-Loop Current Dynamics Study, 9/1/08-8/31/12, (PI: Shay)
  • Early Warning 4-D Remote Sensing System to Assess Synoptic Threats to Coastal Ecosystems of Florida and Surrounding States and Nations, University of South Florida (BP and FIO), 10/1/10 – 9/30/2012 (PI: Muller-Karger, Shay)
  • Oceanic heat content variability and its impact on tropical cyclone intensity change, NASA Hurricane Science, 01/01/2009- 12/31/12 (PI: Shay)
  • Towards a global, operational oceanic heat content product, NOAA-NESDIS, NA08OAR4320892,04/01/2010- 03/31/14 (PI: Shay)
  • Observations During Hurricanes In Support of Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project, UCAR-NOAA, 10/01/10 - 9/30/14 (PI: Shay)
  • Deep Sea to Coast Connectivity in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico (Deep-C) Consortium at Florida State University, BP-GRI, 09/01/11-08/31/14 (Lead RSMAS PI: Shay)
  • Upper Ocean Sampling of Current and Salinity in the Loop Current to Monitor Deep Water Horizon NOAA, 7/1/10 - 6/30/14, (PI: Shay).
  • Impact of Ingesting Cryosat-2 SHA data into the Operational NESDIS OHC Product Suite. NOAA-NESDIS, NA13OAR4320892, 01/01/2013- 12/31/13 (PI: Shay)
  • Extending the NESDIS Oceanic Heat Content Product Suite to the South Pacific Ocean for Cyclone Intensity Forecasting, NOAA-NESDIS, NA13OAR4320892, 10/01/2013- 09/30/15 (PI: Shay)
  • Studies of NOAA’s Operational Oceanic Heat Content Analysis Using Deep Water Horizon Measurements, NOAA-NESDIS, NA12OAR4320892, 10/01/2012- 09/30/15 (PI: Shay)
  • Evolving Data Fields For Use in OSSE Modeling, NOAA-AOML, NA13OAR4320892, 10/01/2013- 09/30/15 (PI: Shay)
  • SECOORA: A Framework for Monitoring, Prediction and Assessment to Support Decision-Makers Needs for Coastal and Ocean Data and Tools, 6/1/2011-11/30/2016, (PIs Shay, Seim, Savadge, Voulgarus, Weisberg)
  • Wind-driven Upwelling and Mixing in Mesoscale Eddies From a Global Perspective, NASA-Physical Oceanography, 1/01/15-12/31/17, (PI: Shay)
  • Evaluating Significant Wave Height Algorithms From High Frequency Radar Measurements in SECOORA, NOAA-South Carolina Sea Grant, 02/01/14-02/28/15, (PI: Shay)
  • The Impact of Emerging Observing Technologies on Future Predictions of Hurricane Structure and Intensity Change, NOAA-CIMAS, 10/01/13-09/30/15, Lead PI: J. Cione (Co-PI Shay)
  • Three-dimensional Gulf circulation and biogeochemical processes unveiled by state-of-the-art profiling float technology and data assimilative ocean models, Go-MRI, 01/01/16-12/31/18, Lead PI L. K. Shay, Co-PIs: R. He (NCSU); K. Fennel (Dalhousie); P. Furze (Teledyne-Webb).
  • SECOORA2: A Framework for Monitoring, Prediction and Assessment to Support Decision-Makers Needs for Coastal and Ocean Data and Tools, 6/1/2016-5/31/2021, (PIs Shay, Seim, Savadge, Voulgarus, Weisberg)
  • Development and Validation of the Next Generation Three-Way Coupled HWRF Tropical Cyclone Prediction System to Accelerate to Operations, NOAA AOML and EMC, 10/1/16 – 9/30/19 (Lead PI Halliwell)

Editorial responsibilities:

Chief Editor: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanographic Technology-Oceans, American Meteorological Society, 2006-2009.

Associate Editor: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanographic Technology-Oceans, American Meteorological Society, 2009-.

Editorial Board: Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, Elsevier Publishing Company, 2004-2014.

Editorial Board: International Journal of Oceanography, 2008-

Editor-In-Chief, Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, Elsevier Publishing Company, 2014-

Professional & Honorary Organizations:

American Meteorological Society (AMS)

American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Sigma Xi

The Oceanography Society (TOS)

Honors & Awards:

  • 2016: Richard H. Hagemeyer Award (NOAA Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorology)
  • 2012: Fellow of the American Meteorological Society
  • 2011: NASA Group Achievement Award: Genesis and Rapid Intensification Science Team
  • 2010: Board of Directors For SECOORA
  • 2009: Presidential Whos’ Who WMO Panel Member: International Workshop Tropical Cyclones Landfall Processes (Expires 2013) RSMAS Representative (FLCOOS, SECOORA)
  • 2008: NASA Hurricane Science Team; NOAA Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project (Co-Chair Observations Committee)
  • 2007: Who’s Who in American Education GCOOS: Observation Committee
  • 2004: Fellow of NOAA’s Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Science >SEACOOS : HF radar Committee Chair
  • 2002: Shay, Goni, Black paper awarded best research paper at AOML for 2000
  • 1998: Invited Lecturer: Upper Oceanic Processes, Landfalling Tropical Cyclones UCAR Advanced Study Program, 13 - 24 July, 1998, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO.
  • 1995: Honorable Mention: Variability of HF Doppler Radar Current Measurements of Continental Shelf Currents, Poster Presentation at the Third Thematic Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, B.K. Haus, H.C. Graber, L.K. Shay and R.D. Chapman
  • 1991: University of Miami General Research Award, Shay, Chang, and Elsberry paper cited as one of the best research papers at NRL for 1990 (NRL only gives award to NRL scientist if lead author).
  • 1982: Awarded Navy Scholarship to study for a Masters Degree at Naval Postgraduate School.
  • 1979: Outstanding Employee: Naval Oceanographic Office.

Post-Doctoral Fellowships:

Dr. S. Daniel Jacob (2000-2002).

Dr. Wilson Segura (2002-2004).

Dr. Benjamin Jaimes (2010-2012)

Other Professional Activities:

2014: Rapporteur for WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones-8

2010: Rapporteur for WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones-7

2008: NOAA IOOS National HF Radar Surface Current Mapping Team

NASA Hurricane Science Team Member

2007: Chair of Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association High Frequency Radar Committe

2006: Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing Committee

Rapporteur for International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones-6

Member of the AMS Publication's Commission

2005: AMS Committee on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology

2003: National HF Radar Steering Committee Member for Ocean. US.

1997: World Wide Weather Research Program Committee for Tropical Cyclones.

1996: NOAA U.S. Weather Research Program Committee for Landfalling Hurricanes.

1993: National Center of Atmospheric Research Working Group on Aircraft Oceanography EC-130Q.

Oceanographic Land-Based Experiments:

2005-Present: Principal Scientist, HF Radar (WERA) Testbed on East Florida Shelf, FL

2004: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Survey with HF Radar (WERA), East Florida Shelf, FL

2003: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Survey with HF Radar (WERA), West Florida Shelf, FL

2001: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Survey with VHF Radar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

2000: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Survey with VHF Radar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

1999: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with HF Radar, Florida Keys.

Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with VHF Radar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

1997: Co-Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with HF Radar, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.

1996: Co-Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with HF Radar, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.

1994: Co-Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with HF Radar, Duck, North Carolina.

1993: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with High Frequency Radar, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Advisor, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with High Frequency Radar, Florida Keys (OPRC).

1991: Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with High Frequency Radar, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Co-Principal Scientist, Ocean Surface Current Radar Surveys with Very High Frequency Radar, Key Biscayne, Florida.

Oceanographic Research Cruises:

2014: Principal Scientist, RV Walton Smith, Wave Buoy, East Florida Shelf

2005: Principal Scientist, RV Walton Smith, Wave Sensors, East Florida Shelf.

1991: Principal Scientist, UM RV Calanus, Current Meter Arrays, Florida Coast.

1990: Scientist, NOAA R/V Mt. Mitchell, PEGASUS Profiling, Equatorial Atlantic Ocean (February).

1981: Scientist, USNS Wilkes, CTD Surveys, Mediterranean Sea (September - November).

1980: Scientist, USNS Bent, CTD/Current Meter Arrays, North Pacific Ocean (March - April).

Scientist, USNS Kane, XCP/CTD Survey, Caribbean Sea, (June).

1979: Scientist, USNS Kane, CTD/Current Meter Arrays, Gulf of Mexico (January - February).

1978: Scientist, USNS Bowditch, Deep Ocean Survey, North Atlantic Ocean (January).

Scientist, USNS Kane, Deep Ocean Tow, North Atlantic Ocean (May).

Scientist, USNS Bent, CTD/Current Meter Arrays, Northeast Pacific Ocean (August - October).

Oceanographic Research Flights:

2014: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, Oceanic Heat Content Calibration Flight using AXBT/AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA) (Sept)

Principal Scientist, USAF WC-130J, EM APEX Float Deployments During Hurricane Passage, St Croix Experiments with NOAA (Cione and Uhlhorn)

2013: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, Oceanic Heat Content Calibration Flight using AXBT/AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA/NASA) (Aug)

2012: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA/MMS/NASA/NSF) surveys prior, during and subsequent to Isaac (Aug-Sept)

2011: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA/MMS/NASA/NSF) surveys prior, during and subsequent to TC passage over the Loop Current (Aug-Sept)

2010: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA/MMS/NASA/NSF) surveys prior, during and subsequent to TC passage over the Loop Current (Aug-Sept)

Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD/AXBT (NOAA/MMS) surveys to monitor oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico (May-July)

2009: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD (NOAA/MMS/NSF) surveys prior, during and subsequent to TC passage over the Loop Current (Aug-Sept)

2008: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXBT surveys prior, during and subsequent to Gustav and Ike (Aug- Sept)

2006: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXBT Survey of the Loop Current and Warm Core Ring (July)

2005: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3d, AXCTD/AXCP Surveys Katrina and Rita., Gulf of Mexico (September)

2002: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in Hurricanes Isidore and Lili, Gulf of Mexico (September - October).

2001: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, NCAR WC-130, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in EPIC, Tropical Eastern Pacific Ocean (July - August).

Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in Hurricanes, North Atlantic Ocean (August - September).

2000: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in Hurricanes, North Atlantic Ocean (August - September).

1999: Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in a Warm Core Ring, North Atlantic Ocean (July - October).

Principal Scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXCTD Surveys in Hurricanes, North Atlantic Ocean (August - September).

1991: Principal scientist, NASA NP-3A, AXCP/SRA Survey in SWADE, North Atlantic Ocean (February).

1989: Principal scientist, University of Wyoming King Air, AXCP Survey in Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexico (January).

Principal scientist, NRL WP-3D, AXCP/AXBT Survey in NEPAC, Northeast Pacific Ocean (June - July).

1988: Principal scientist, NOAA WP-3D, AXCP/AXBT Surveys in Hurricane Gilbert, Gulf of Mexico (September).

1984: Scientist, USAF C-130, Buoy Deployments in Hurricane Josephine, North Atlantic (October).

Reviews:

Reviewer of Proposals for: National Science Foundation, NASA, United Kingdom National Environment Research Council, NOAA

Reviewer of Papers for: Journal of Physical Oceanography, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Atmospheric Science, Tellus,Continental Shelf Research, IEEE Geoscience Remote Sensing, IEEE Journal of Ocean Engineering, Bulletin of Marine Science, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Monthly Weather Review, Dynamics of Atmosphere and Oceans, Ocean Dynamics, Ocean Modeling, Coral Reefs, Remote Sensing of the Environment, Journal of Climate.

Book Reviews for: World Meteorological Organization Book, "Global Perspectives of Tropical Cyclones".

TEACHING SPECIALIZATIONS

1985: Naval Postgraduate School, Air-Ocean Numerical Modeling Laboratory

1986: Naval Postgraduate School, Oceanographic Thermodynamics

1990: RSMAS, Introduction to Meteorology

1993 - 1998: RSMAS, MPO Student Seminars

1995-Present: RSMAS, Air-Sea Interactions

1996: 1997; 1998: UM Undergraduate Marine Science Program - Introduction to Physical Oceanography (Spring)

2015-Present: RSMAS, Coastal Ocean Circulation


Thesis & Dissertation Advising (Current):

º Joshua Wadler: “Tropical cyclone-ocean interactions”, PhD (In Progress)

º Luna Hiron : “Assessing the kinematics and dynamics of eddy shedding from the Loop Current”, PhD (In Progress)

º Johna Rudkin: “An assessment of the Caribbean Sea's influence on tropical cyclone intensification”, PhD (New Student)

º Ryan Schuster, "Near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Ivan” , MS (2013)

º Matthew Archer: “HF Radar studies of the Florida Current” , PhD (2016)

º Elizabeth Claire McCaskill: “Development and anlaysis of the systematically merged Pacific Ocean regional temperature and salinity (SPORTS) climatology for tropical cyclone forecasting", MS (2015)

º Patrick Meyers, “Upper ocean impacts on hurricanes Gustav and Ike", MS 2011.

º Benjamin Jaimes, “Loop Current response to hurricane forcing", Ph.D. 2009

º Brad Parks, “ Submesoscale ocean processes along the western flank of the Florida Current”, MS 2008.

º Eric Uhlhorn, "Ocean Mixed layer Balance During Hurricane Lili.", Ph.D. 2008

º Tom Cook, “Surface Tidal Current Variability on the North Carolina Shelf Observed with High Frequency Radar.”, M.S. 2000

º Michelle Huber, “Upper Ocean Effects on Tropical Cyclone Intensity Change.”, M.S. 2000

º Samuelraj (Daniel) Jacob, “On the Role of Mesoscale Ocean Features on the Tropical Cyclone – Induced Response.”, Ph.D. 2000

º Peng-Chen Zhang, "Surface wave current interactions: A case study during SWADE.", M.S. 1994

Committee Membership: 20

º Vicki Knapp, “Broadcast meteorology: accurately telling the weather story for hurricanes” , MPS (2016)

º Zhao Xiaohui, “Idealized WRF-ROMS coupled model simulation study: effect of atmosphere ocean coupling on tropical cyclone intensity“, City University of Hong Kong, PhD (2016)

º Ivan Savalyev, "Experimental studies in wind-wave tank under high winds", (AMP) Ph.D (2009)

º Mei Wang, "Comparison of wave parameters and spectra between WERA HF radar and Tri-Axys buoys", (AMP), MS 2008

º Rafael Ramos, “Wave measurements derived from HF Radar”, (AMP), PhD, 2006.

º Lixion Avila, “Mechanisms that drive walker type circulations within the context of a general circulation model.” (Tropical Meteorology), Ph.D., 1993.

º Neil Williams, “An experiment to measure low frequency acoustic backscatter from the ocean wave surface - The Acoustic Surface Reverberation Experiment.” (AMP), Ph.D., 1996.

º Maria Donoso, “Analysis of subsurface thermal structure in eastern Pacific ocean.” (MPO), Ph.D. (In progress)

º Xiadong Hong, “Numerical studies of the air-sea interaction processes in intense tropical cyclones, Gilbert and Opal, using the Coupled Ocean/Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System (COAMPS).” (NCSU), Ph.D., 1998.

º Chad Whelan, “Extraction of nearshore directional wave spectra from VHF radar Doppler spectra.”, (AMP), MS, 1998.

º Shari Vaughan, "The role of small scale in the Mediterranean Convection process." Ph.D.., 1993.

º Narayanan Krishman, "Finite element modeling." (AMP), M.S. 1993.

º Louis Chemi, "Mixed layer balance during HIRES-II." (AMP), M.S., 1995.

º Sergio Castellari, "Deep water mass formation in Mediterranean Sea." Ph.D., 1997.

º Jennifer Hanafin, "Sea Surface temperature structure" PhD, 2002.

º Nick Peters, "Extraction of ocean surface currents using ground wave radar from a moving ship." (AMP), M.S. 1995.

º Zhu Ping, "Atmospheric Boundary Layer Studies," Ph.D, 2002.

º Marcelo Cavalcante, “Numerical Model of Southeast Coastal Florida Shelf Circulation Processes,” (AMP), M.S.

º Jerome Fiechter, “Mesoscale Variability in the Florida Straits”, (AMP), Ph.D 2007

º Chelle Gentemann, “Diurnal Cycles in Remotely Sensed SST Variability”, Ph.D 2007

Undergraduate Advising:

º James Clark, University of Miami Summer Intern, 1995: “Ocean response to hurricane Emily.”

º Scott Guhin, University of Washington Summer Intern, 2001; "Severe Weather Measurements."

º Kenji Yoshioka, University of Miami Summer Intern, 1997: “Coastal Ocean Tidal Currents.”

º Grettel Juarez, MAST Academy (high school internship), 2002: “Upper Ocean Effects on hurricanes Isidore and Lili”

º Justin Kovac, Post-High School Internship, 2005: “Evaluating oceanic heat content estimates from satellite and in-situ data”

SERVICE: University Committee & Administrative Responsibilities:

º Member, MPO Post Doctoral Search Committee, 1991, 1994 .

º Member, Ocean Technology Group, 1991.

º Member, Ocean Surface Current Radar ad hoc Committee, 1992.

º Member, Research Faculty Issues ad hoc Committee, 1992.

º Chairman, MPO Seminar Series, 1993 - 1999.

º Member, University Library Council, 1999.

º Member, Research Advisory Committee, 2000-2001.

º Member, University Research Council, 2001 – 2003

º RSMAS Faculty Senator 2003-2006

º Member, University of Miami, Provost's Academic Promotion Board, 2003-2004; 2008-2009

º Member, Academic Promotion Board, 2003-2004

º Chairman, MPO Space Committee, 2006-2008.

º Member, Provost Research Awards Review Committee, 2011-2014

º Member, Faculty Senate Research Ethics Committee, 2012-2015

º RSMAS School Council (OCE Representative) (2014-2017)

º Chairman of OCE Departmental Strategic Plan Committee (2014-2015)


COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: University Committee & Administrative Responsibilities:

º SEMINAR - Coral Reef Elementary School, 5th Grade, October 4, 1990, on "Hurricanes and the Oceans"

º SEMINAR - Coral Reef Elementary School, Coral Reef Elementary School, K-2 Career Week, March 9, 1992, on "Ocean Current Measurements".

º SEMINAR Redondo Elementary School, 5 th Grade, May 2005, 2007, “Measuring the Ocean During Hurricanes”

º SEMINAR NSF SEPORT, MAST Academy, Miami, FL, 1 Oct 2005, on “Upper ocean effects on Hurricanes"

º SEMINAR Vineland Elementary School, Miami, FL May 2014, "Measurements of the Ocean During Hurricanes"


Contact
Dr. Lynn Keith Shay
RSMAS/MPO
University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

Telephone: (305)421-4075
Fax: (305)421-4696
nshay@rsmas.miami.edu