Peer-reviewed journal articles

Submitted or in preparation 

1. Antonescu, B., J. G. Fairman Jr., and D. M. Schultz, 2017: What's the Worst That Could Happen? Re-examining the 24–25 June 1967 Tornado Outbreak over Western Europe. Weather, Climate, and Society, in review.

2. Antonescu, B., Hugo M. A. Ricketts and D. M. Schultz, 2017: 100 years since the publication of Wind- und Wasserhosen in EuropaBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, in preparation.

3. Sargent, R. J., B. Antonescu, and D. M. Schultz, 2017: Twitterstorm: Relating Tweets About Hail to Reports of Hail in the United States and Europe. Weather, Climate, and Society, in review.

4. Fairman Jr., J. G., B. Antonescu, D. M. Schultz, and T. Púčik, 2017: Hindcasting the first tornado warning in Europe. Weather and Forecastingin preparation.

5. Antonescu, B., H. Ricketts, C. Dearden, D. M. Schultz, G. Vaughan, 2018: A Climatology of Moist Absolutely Unstable Layers for Europe. Monthly Weather Reviewin preparation.


Published or in press 

14. 2. Antonescu, B., and F. Cărbunaru, 2017: Cloud-to-Ground Lightning Fatalities in Romania. Weather, Climate, and Society
accepted for publication. [AMS][PDF]

13. Groenemeijer, P., T. Púčik, A. M. Holzer, B. Antonescu, K. Riemann-Campe, D. M. Schultz, T. Kühne, B. Feuerstein, H. E. Brooks, C. A. Doswell III. H.-J. Koppert, and R. Sausen, 2017: Severe Convective Storms in Europe: Ten Years of Research at the European Severe Storms Laboratory. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 98, 2641–2651. [AMS][PDF]

12. Vaughan, G., B. Antonescu, D. M. Schultz, and C. Dearden, 2017: Invigoration and Capping of a Convective Rainband Ahead of a Potential Vorticity Anomaly. Mon. Wea. Rev., 145, 2093–2117. [AMS][PDF]

11. Antonescu, B., D. M. Schultz, A. Holzer, and P. Groenemeijer, 2017: Tornadoes in Europe: An Underestimated Threat. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 98, 713–728. [AMS][PDF]

10. Antonescu, B., D. M. Schultz, F. Lomas and T. Kühne, 2016: Tornadoes in Europe: Synthesis of the observational datasets. Mon. Wea. Rev., 144, 2445–2480. [AMS][open access]

9. Antonescu, B. and A. Bell, 2014: Tornadoes in Romania. Mon. Wea. Rev.143, 689–701.[AMS][open access][Google Scholar]

8. Vaughan, G.,J. MethvenD. AndersonB. AntonescuL. BakerT. P. BakerS. P. BallardK. N. BowerP. R. A. BrownJ. ChagnonT. W. ChoulartonJ. ChylikP. J. ConnollyP. A. CookR. J. CottonJ. CrosierC. DeardenJ. R. DorseyT. H. A. FrameM. W. GallagherM. GoodliffS. L. GrayB. J. HarveyP. KnippertzH. W. LeanD. LiG. LloydO. Martínez–AlvaradoJ. NicolJ. NorrisE. ÖströmJ. OwenD. J. ParkerR. S. PlantI. A. RenfrewN. M. RobertsP. RosenbergA. C. RuddD. M. SchultzJ. P. TaylorT. TrzeciakR. TubbsA. K. VanceP. J. van LeeuwenA. WellpottA. Woolley, 2014: Cloud Banding and Winds in Intense European Cyclones: Results from the DIAMET Project. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96249–265. [AMS][Google Scholar]

7. Schultz, D. M., B. Antonescu, and A. Chiariello, 2014: Searching for the Elusive Cold-Type Occluded Front. Mon. Wea. Rev. 142, 2565–2570. [AMS][Google Scholar]

6. Antonescu, B., G. Vaughan, and D. M. Schultz, 2013: A five-year radar-based climatology of tropopause folds and deep convection over Wales, United Kingdom. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141, 1693–1707. [AMS] [PDF][Google Scholar]

5. Antonescu, B., S. Burcea, and A. Tanase, 2013: Forecasting the onset of cloud-to-ground  lightning using radar and upper-air data in Romania. Int. J. Climatol., 33, 1579–1584. [Abstract][Google Scholar]

4. Burcea, S., S. Cheval, A. Dumitrescu, B. Antonescu, A. Bell, and T. Breza, 2012: Comparison between radar estimated rain gauge measured precipitation in the Moldavian Plateau. Environ. Eng. Manag. J., 4, 723–731. [Abstract][Google Scholar

3. Antonescu, B., and S. Stefan, 2011: The urban effect on the cloud-to-ground lightning activity in the Bucharest area. Romanian Reports in Physics, 63, 535–542. [PDF]

2. Antonescu, B., and S. Burcea, 2010: A cloud-to-ground lightning climatology for Romania. Mon. Wea. Rev., 138, 579–591. [AMS] [PDF][Google Scholar]

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