Papers by Julia M.  Rees  February 2008

 

(names of my research students are in italics)

 

 

Published Refereed Journal Papers

 

 

[33]      W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2008)

Rollover instability due to double diffusion in a stably stratified cylindrical tank.

Physics of Fluids. In press.     

 

[32]      H C H Bandalusena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (Invited Paper, 2008)

An inverse methodology for the rheology of a power law non-Newtonian fluid.

Mech. Eng. Sci. In press.

 

 

[31]      J M Rees, G Regunath, S P Whiteside, M B Wadnerkar and P E Cowell  (2008)

Adaptation of wavelet transform analysis to the investigation of biological variations in speech signals.

 

Medical Engineering and Physics. In press.

 

[30]      W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and B N Hewakandamby (2007) Invited paper.

Numerical analysis of solutocapillary Marangoni induced interfacial waves.

Advances in Colloid and Interface Science. Already published online. doi:10.1016/j.cis.2007.04.015

 

[29]     A J Maguire, J M Rees  and S H Derbyshire (2007) Invited paper.

Depth of the stable atmospheric boundary layer over a shallow uniform slope.

Fisica de la Tierra. In press.

 

[28]      C Yague, S Viana, G Maqueda, M F Lazcano, G Morales and J M Rees (2007)

          A study on the nocturnal atmospheric boundary layer.

Fisica de la Tierra. In press.

 

[27]      W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and T J Craven (2006)

Rheometry of non-Newtonian electrokinetic flow in a microchannel T-junction.

Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2, 481-492.

 

[26]      A J Maguire,  J M Rees  and S H Derbyshire (2006)

Stable atmospheric boundary layer over a uniform slope: some theoretical concepts.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 120, 219-227.           

 

[25]      J M Rees,  R J Atkin, and W B Zimmerman (2005)

On the use of audio tapes for teaching vector analysis to engineering undergraduates.

International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education,

33(4), 358-368.

 

[24]      W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2004)

Long solitary internal waves in stable stratification.

Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 11(2), 165-180.

 

[23]      C R Wilford, R J Moffett, J M Rees, G J Bailey and S A Gonzalez (2003)

Comparison of the He+ layer observed over Arecibo during solar maximum and solar minimum with CTIP model results.

Journal of Geophysical Research (Space), 108 (A12), pp. 17-2 to 17-9.

 

[22]      J M Rees, B Koprov, V Koprov, W B Zimmerman (2003)

On solitary wave mediated heat exchange in the Antarctic boundary layer.

Atmospheric Science Letters,  4, 1-14.

 

[21]      J M Rees, C R Wilford, R J Moffett, Z C Dent, I R Mann (2003)

Analysis of magnetometer data using wavelet transforms           

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 361, 133-137.

 

 

 

[20]      C R Wilford, R J Moffett, J M Rees, R A Heelis (2003)

A modified CTIP model and comparisons with DMSP satellite data

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 361, 139-142.

 

[19]      J M Rees (2001)

Mixing processes in geophysical and astrophysical flows

Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 1, 333-343.

 

[18]      J M Rees, W J Staszewski and J R Winkler (2001)      

Case study of a wave event in the stable atmospheric boundary layer overlying an Antarctic ice shelf using the orthogonal wavelet transform

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 245-261.

 

[17]      C Yague, G Maqueda and J M Rees (2001)    

Characteristics of turbulence in the lower atmosphere at Halley IV station, Antarctica

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 205-223.

 

[16]      C R Wilford, R J Moffett and J M Rees (2001)           

Modelling helium ions in the Earth’s upper atmosphere

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 383-397.

 

[15]      J M Rees, J C W Denholm-Price J C King and P S Anderson (2000)

A climatological study of internal gravity waves in the atmospheric boundary layer overlying the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica.

Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 57, 511-526.

 

[14]      J Cuxart, C Yague, G Morales, E Terradellas, J Orbe, J Calvo, A Fernandz, M R Soler, C Infante, P Buenestado, A Espinalt, H E Joergensen, J Vila, J M Redondo, I R Cantalapiedra and L Conangla  (2000)

Stable atmospheric boundary layer in Spain (SABLES 98): A report.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 96, 337-370.

 

[13]      J C W Denholm-Price and J M Rees (1999).

            Detecting waves using an array of sensors.

            Monthly Weather Review, 127, 57-69.

 

[12]      J M Rees, P S Anderson and J C King (1998)

Observations of solitary waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

            Boundary-Layer Meteorology,  86, 47-61.

 

[11]      J C W Denholm-Price and J M Rees (1998).

            A practical example of low-frequency trend removal.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology,  86, 181-187.

 

[10]      W J Staszewski, K Worden and J M Rees (1998).

Analysis of wind fluctuations using the orthogonal wavelet transform.

Applied Scientific Research,  59, 205-218.

 

 

 

[9]        J M Rees, J L Cano, G Maqueda and J M Cano (1996).

Observaciones con globo cautivo de la capa limite atmosferica, sobre terreno complejo, en la Sierra de Gredos.

 Avances en Geofisica y Geodesia, 1, 169-180.

 

[8]        J M Rees and J W Rottman (1994).

Analysis of solitary disturbances over an Antarctic ice shelf.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 69, 285-310.

 

[7]        P S Anderson, S D Mobbs, J C King, I McConnell and J MRees (1992)

A microbarograph for internal gravity wave studies  in Antarctica.

 Antarctic Science, 4, 241-248.

 

[6]        J M Rees (1991)

On  the  characteristics  of  eddies  in   the   stable atmospheric boundary layer. Boundary-Layer Meteorology,  55, 325-343.

 

[5]        S D Mobbs and J M  Rees  (1989)

Studies of  internal  gravity  waves  at  Halley  Base, Antarctica, using radiosondes.

Antarctic Science,  1, 65-75.

 

[4]        J C King, S D Mobbs, J M Rees, P S Anderson and A D Culf (1989).

The stable  Antarctic  boundary  layer  experiment  at Halley Base.

Weather, 44, 398-405.

 

[3]        J M Rees and S D Mobbs  (1988).

Studies of  internal  gravity  waves  at  Halley  Base, Antarctica, using wind observations.

Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 114, 939-966.

 

[2]        J M Rees (1987).

The propagation of internal gravity waves in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

Annales Geophysicae, 5B(5),  421-432.

 

[1]        J C King, S D Mobbs, M S Darby and  J  M  Rees  (1987).

Observations of an internal gravity wave in the  lower troposphere  at  Halley,   Antarctica.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 39, 1-13.

 

 

Refereed Chapters/Articles in Books

 

(13)      J M Rees and W B  Zimmerman (2006)

Rheometry of electrokinetic flows in microchannels.

In Microfluidics: Theory, History and Applications, W B J Zimmerman (ed.) Springer-Verlag-Wien, Berlin, CISM Lecture Series Vol. 466.

ISBN 3211329943

 

(12)      W B J Zimmerman and J M Rees (2006)

            Vector Calculus Fundamentals in COMSOL Multiphysics with MATLAB.

      In: Multiphysics Modelling with Finite Element Methods. Ed. W B J Zimmerman, World Scientific Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Systems, Series A, Singapore, Volume 18, pp. 393-417.

 ISBN 981256843-3

 

(11)      W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2004).

A MATLAB/FEMLAB primer for vector calculus.

In: Process Modelling and Simulation with Finite Element Methods.

Ed. W B Zimmerman, World Scientific Series on Stability,

Vibration and Control of Systems, Singapore, 2004, pp. 351-375.

 

(10)      J M Rees (2002).

Some observations of waves and turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, P F Linden and J M Redondo (eds.), 159-175.

Invited chapter for book.

 

(9)        J C W Denholm-Price, J M Rees, P S Anderson and J C King (1999).

Beamsteering analysis of internal gravity waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Proc. Fifth IMA  Conference on Stably Stratified Flows: Mixing and Dispersion in Stably Stratified Flows,  P A Davies (ed.) , 423-437, Oxford University Press.

 

(8)        J M Rees (1995).

Transport of energy and momentum by internal gravity waves in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Editors: J M Redondo, O Metais, UPC Barcelona, 64-74.

Invited Plenary Paper.

 

(7)        J M Rees, I McConnell, J C King and P S Anderson (1994).

Observations  of  internal  gravity   waves   over   an Antarctic ice shelf using a microbarograph array.

Proc. Fourth IMA  Conference on Stably  Stratified  Flows:  Flow  and  Dispersion   over Topography, I Castro and N Rockliff (eds.), 61-79, Oxford University Press.

 

 

(6)        J M Rees and S D Mobbs (1993).

Large  eddies  in  the  stably  stratified  atmospheric boundary layer.

Proc. Fourth IMA  Conference on Stably Stratified Flows: Waves and Turbulence, S D Mobbs and J C King (eds.),  155-184, Clarendon Press.

ISBN 0198536611

 

(5)        J M Rees (1995).

Internal waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer overlying an Antarctic ice shelf.

Fluid Physics: Lecture Notes of Summer Schools, World Scientific Series on Nonlinear Science, Manuel G Velarde (ed.), Vol.  5, 329-340, Spain.

ISBN 9810218990

 

 

(4)        C S Grimshaw, K J Miller and J  M  Rees  (1992).

Short fatigue crack  growth  under  variable  amplitude loading; a theoretical approach.

Short Fatigue Cracks, K J Miller and E R de los Rios (eds.), 

Mechanical Engineering Publications Limited, London, 449-465.

 

(3)        J M Rees (1990).

Spectral properties of turbulence and the structure of the atmospheric boundary layer.

Advances in Turbulence, Proc. Third European Turbulence Conference, Stockholm 3-6 July 1990, A V Johansson and P H Alfredsson (eds.), 351-358, Springer-Verlag.

 

(2)        S  D  Mobbs  and  J  M  Rees   (1989).

Cross-spectral properties of large eddies in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

Advances in Turbulence,  Proc. Second European Turbulence Conference, Kiel, Germany 1989, H H Fernholtz  and  H E Fiedler (eds.), 180-185, Springer.

 

(1)        S D Mobbs, J M Rees, M S Darby, J Brindley and J C  King (1989).

Internal gravity  waves  in  the  atmospheric  boundary layer.

University Research in Antarctica, R B  Heywood (ed.) Cambridge: British Antarctic Survey.

 

 

 

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

 

{6}      T J Craven, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2006)

            Stabilised finite element modelling of Oldroyd-B viscoelastic flow.

Proceedings of COMSOL Users Conference, Birmingham 2006.

 

{5}      W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and T J Craven (2004)

Inverse problems in non-Newtonian electrokinetic flows in microchannels.

ESDA Manchester, ASME Transactions, No. 2004 58438.

 

{4}      J Anderson, J Bayliss, R Davison, P Egerton, G Griffiths, P Kahn, J Levesley, J M Rees and S Townend (1999).

Encouraging mathematical conversation.

Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching Conference 1998, 69-78.

 

{3}      M Barry, Q Burrell, D Emery, C Evans, N Gordon, G Hunter, K Houston, P Khan, J M Rees and A Stibbard (1998).

The evaluation of teaching innovations.

Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching Conference 1997, 41-54.

 

{2}      P Heeley and J M Rees (1995).

Case study of coherent structures over an Antarctic ice shelf.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Editors: J M Redondo, O Metais, UPC Barcelona, 179-194.

           

{1}      J M Rees and I R Cantalapiedra (1993).

Simulacion  bidimensional  de   turbulencia   y   ondas internas en sistemas no homogeneous.

Congreso de Metodos Numericos en Ingenieria, Editors:  F Navarrina, M Casteliero, La Coruna, 1220-1230.

 

Publications as Editor:

 

1.                 C. Yague, E. Sanchez and J. M. Rees (2007)

The prologue.

Fisica de la Tierra. In press.

 

2.         J M Rees and W Blumen (2001)

Editorial - Mixing in geophysical and astrophysical flows

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 79.

 

3.         Royal Meteorological Society's quarterly publication Society News.

I was Editor of the following editions:

Vol. 10, No. 3, October 1999, 1-4.

Vol. 11, No. 1, February 2000, 1-4.

Vol. 11, No. 2, May 2000, 1-4.

Vol. 11, No. 3, October 2000, 1-6.

Vol. 12, No. 1, February 2001, 1-4.

Vol. 12, No. 2, June 2001, 1-4.

Weather,  59, p.2 (2005).

 

Other Publications:

 

9.         J M Rees, C R Wilford, R J Moffett, Z C Dent, I R Mann and D K Milling (2001)

Wavelet analysis of magnetometer data – preliminary results.

ESA SP, 492, 151-156.

 

8.         J M Rees (2000)

Third ERCOFTAC conference on mixing in geophysical and astrophysical flows.

ERCOFTAC Bulletin, 45, 11-12.

 

7.         R J Atkin, J M Rees, W J Stratford and W B J Zimmerman (1999).

            Vector Analysis.

Applied Mathematics Department Report No. TR/01/99.

 

6.         J M Rees (1998)

Internal gravity waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Applied Mathematics Department Report No. TR/01/98.

 

5.         J M Rees, I McConnell, J C King and P S Anderson (1993).

Studies of internal gravity waves over  the  Brunt  Ice Shelf using a sensitive microbarograph array.

Preprints volume,  Fourth  International   Conference   on Southern  Hemisphere  Meteorology   and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, Hobart, Tasmania, 473-474.

 

4.         P S Anderson, S E Dover, S D Mobbs, J C  King  and  J  M Rees (1993).

 Studies of blowing snow at Halley, Antarctica.

Preprints volume,  Fourth   International   Conference   on Southern  Hemisphere  Meteorology   and  Oceanography, American  Meteorological  Society,   Hobart,   Tasmania, 444-445.

 

3.         J M Rees and I McConnell (1991).

On solitary  disturbances  in  the  stably  stratified Antarctic boundary layer.

Proceedings of Eighth  Conference  on  Atmospheric  and Oceanic Waves and Stability, Denver, 346-349.

 

2.         I McConnell, J M Rees, J C King and P S Anderson (1991).

Observations of internal gravity waves in the Antarctic boundary layer using a

microbarograph array.

Proceedings of  Eighth  Conference  on  Atmospheric  and Oceanic Waves and Stability, Denver, 332-335.

 

1.         J M Rees (1991).

Observations of waves  and  turbulence  in  the  stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Proceedings of  Eighth  Conference  on  Atmospheric  and Oceanic Waves and Stability Denver, 342-345.

 

Published Abstracts

 

(d)        H C H Bandalusena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2006)

Microfluidic inference of rheology of complex fluids.

Proc. Of Microfluidic Inference of Micro and Nanoscale Flows: Advancing the Engineering Science and Design. Glasgow 2006.

 

(c)        G Khomenko and J M Rees (1994)

Large-scale vortices  in  rotating  turbulent  boundary layers.

Annales Geophysicae, Supplement II to Volume 12. C505.

 

(b)        J M Rees and J C King (1987)

Observations  of  internal  gravity  waves  at  Halley, Antarctica.

XII  meeting  of  the  European   Geophysical   Society, Strasbourg, France. Symposium on Modelling  of

Internal Gravity  Waves  and  their  Influence   in   the   Lower Atmosphere.

 

(a)        J M Rees (1986)

The influence of large eddies in the stably  stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

XI meeting of the European  Geophysical  Society,  Kiel,  West Germany. Symposium on Planetary Boundary

Layer  and Air Pollution Dispersion. Terra Cognita, 6(3), p362.

 

Stability analysis of Marangoni induced interfacial waves in microgravity.

 

(ii)        W B Zimmerman and J M Rees

A linear stability theory for Marangoni-Benard excitation of surface waves.

 

(i)         A J Maguire, J M Rees and S H Derbyshire

Impact of height-dependent drainage forcing on the stable atmospheric boundary layer over a uniform slope.