David Henderson

Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Room 1219
1225 West Dayton Street
Madison, WI 53706


Henderson, D. S., C. Kummerow, and D. Marks, 2017: Sensitivity of Rain-Rate Estimates Related to Convective Organization: Observations from the Kwajalein, RMI, Radar. J. Appl. Meteor. and Climatol., 56, 1099-1119
Henderson, D. S., C. Kummerow, and W. Berg, 2017: ENSO influence on TRMM oceanic precipitation characteristics and rain rates. J. Climate, Submitted,
Pan, Z., F. Mao, and D. S. Henderson, 2017: Three Dimensional Physical and Radiative Response of Ice Clouds to Aerosols during the Indian Summer Monsoon Season. Rem. Sens. of Environ., Submitted,
Henderson, D. S., C. Kummerow, W. Berg, and D. Marks, 2017: Regime-based evaluation of TRMM oceanic precipitation biases. J. Atmos. Ocean Tech., Accepted,
Haynes, J. M., T. H. Vonder Haar, T. L'Ecuyer, and D. Henderson, 2013: Radiative heating characteristics of Earth's cloudy atmosphere from vertically resolved active sensors. Geophys. Res. Letters, 40, doi:10.1002/grl.50145 [Download]
Henderson, D. S., T. L'Ecuyer, G. Stephens, P. Partain, and M. Sekiguchi, 2013: A multi-sensor perspective on the radiative impacts of clouds and aerosols. J. Appl. Meteor. and Climatol., 52, 852-870 [Download]
Pai Mazumder, D., D. Henderson, and N. Mölders, 2012: Evaluation of WRF-Forecasts over Siberia: Air Mass Formation, Clouds and Precipitation. The Open Atmos. Sci. J., 6, 93-110
Stephens, G. L., M. Wild, P. W. Stackhouse, Jr, T. L'Ecuyer, S. Kato, and D. S. Henderson, 2012: The Global Character of the Flux of Downward Longwave Radiation. J. Climate, 25, 2329-2340 [Download]
Lindsey, D.T., B. McNoldy, Z. Finch, D.S. Henderson, D. Lerach, R. Seigel, J.S. Woods, E. Stuckmeyer, D. Van Cleave, G. Williams, M. Woloszyn, 2011: A High Wind Statistical Prediction Model for the Northern Front Range of Colorado. Electr. J. Oper. Meteor., 3,