Mateusz Taszarek
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Severe convective storms across Europe and the United States. Part II: ERA5 environments associated with lightning, large hail, severe wind, and tornadoes
M Taszarek, JT Allen, T Pśčik, KA Hoogewind, HE Brooks
Journal of Climate 33 (23), 10263-10286, 2020
Sounding-derived parameters associated with convective hazards in Europe
M Taszarek, HE Brooks, B Czernecki
Monthly Weather Review 145 (4), 1511-1528, 2017
A climatology of thunderstorms across Europe from a synthesis of multiple data sources
M Taszarek, J Allen, T Pśčik, P Groenemeijer, B Czernecki, ...
Journal of Climate 32 (6), 1813-1837, 2019
Climatological aspects of convective parameters over Europe: A comparison of ERA-Interim and sounding data
M Taszarek, HE Brooks, B Czernecki, P Szuster, K Fortuniak
Journal of Climate 31 (11), 4281-4308, 2018
Comparison of convective parameters derived from ERA5 and MERRA-2 with rawinsonde data over Europe and North America
M Taszarek, N Pilguj, JT Allen, V Gensini, HE Brooks, P Szuster
Journal of Climate 34 (8), 3211-3237, 2021
Differing trends in United States and European severe thunderstorm environments in a warming climate
M Taszarek, JT Allen, HE Brooks, N Pilguj, B Czernecki
Bulletin of the American Meteorological society 102 (2), E296-E322, 2021
Severe convective storms across Europe and the United States. Part I: Climatology of lightning, large hail, severe wind, and tornadoes
M Taszarek, JT Allen, P Groenemeijer, R Edwards, HE Brooks, ...
Journal of Climate 33 (23), 10239-10261, 2020
Global climatology and trends in convective environments from ERA5 and rawinsonde data
M Taszarek, JT Allen, M Marchio, HE Brooks
NPJ climate and atmospheric science 4 (1), 35, 2021
Hazardous weather affecting European airports: Climatological estimates of situations with limited visibility, thunderstorm, low-level wind shear and snowfall from ERA5
M Taszarek, S Kendzierski, N Pilguj
Weather and Climate Extremes 28, 100243, 2020
Application of machine learning to large hail prediction-The importance of radar reflectivity, lightning occurrence and convective parameters derived from ERA5
B Czernecki, M Taszarek, M Marosz, M Pó³rolniczak, L Kolendowicz, ...
Atmospheric Research 227, 249-262, 2019
Derecho evolving from a mesocyclone—A study of 11 August 2017 severe weather outbreak in Poland: Event analysis and high-resolution simulation
M Taszarek, N Pilguj, J Orlikowski, A Surowiecki, S Walczakiewicz, ...
Monthly Weather Review 147 (6), 2283-2306, 2019
A cloud-to-ground lightning climatology for Poland
M Taszarek, B Czernecki, A Kozio³
Monthly weather review 143 (11), 4285-4304, 2015
Tornado climatology of Poland
M Taszarek, HE Brooks
Monthly Weather Review 143 (3), 702-717, 2015
Relationship between human observations of thunderstorms and the PERUN lightning detection network in Poland
B Czernecki, M Taszarek, L Kolendowicz, J Konarski
Atmospheric research 167, 118-128, 2016
Near-ground wind profiles of tornadic and nontornadic environments in the United States and Europe from ERA5 reanalyses
BE Coffer, M Taszarek, MD Parker
Weather and Forecasting 35 (6), 2621-2638, 2020
Sounding-derived parameters associated with tornado occurrence in Poland and Universal Tornadic Index
M Taszarek, L Kolendowicz
Atmospheric research 134, 186-197, 2013
Homogenization of air temperature and its long-term trends in Poznań (Poland) for the period 1848–2016
L Kolendowicz, B Czernecki, M Pó³rolniczak, M Taszarek, AM Tomczyk, ...
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 136, 1357-1370, 2019
A 10-year radar-based climatology of mesoscale convective system archetypes and derechos in Poland
A Surowiecki, M Taszarek
Monthly Weather Review 148 (8), 3471-3488, 2020
Machine learning classification of significant tornadoes and hail in the United States using ERA5 proximity soundings
VA Gensini, C Converse, WS Ashley, M Taszarek
Weather and Forecasting 36 (6), 2143-2160, 2021
Deadly tornadoes in Poland from 1820 to 2015
M Taszarek, J Gromadzki
Monthly Weather Review 145 (4), 1221-1243, 2017
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