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Identifying and Characterizing Tropical Oceanic Mesoscale Cold Pools using Spaceborne Scatterometer Winds

Backward Adaptive Brightness Temperature Threshold Technique (BAB3T): A Methodology to Determine Extreme Convective Initiation Regions Using Satellite Infrared Imagery

A Case Study of Terrain Influences on Upscale Convective Growth of a Supercell

Using Overshooting Top Area to Discriminate Potential for Large, Intense Tornadoes

The Microphysics of Stratiform Precipitation During OLYMPEX: Compatibility Between Triple-Frequency Radar and Airborne In Situ Observations

Improved parameterization of ice particle size distributions using uncorrelated mass spectrum parameters; results from GCPEx

AbstractSatellite retrieval algorithms and model microphysical parameterizations require guidance from observations to improve the representation of ice-phase microphysical quantities and processes. Here, a parametrization for ice-phase particle size …

A novel approach for characterizing the variability in mass-dimension relationships: Results from MC3E

Mass-dimension (m-D) relationships determining bulk microphysical properties such as total water content (TWC) and radar reflectivity factor (Z) from particle size distributions are used in both numerical models and remote sensing retrievals. The a …

Convective storm life cycle and environments near the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina

Satellite observations have revealed that some of the world's most intense deep convective storms occur near the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina, South America. A C-band, dual-polarization Doppler weather radar recently installed in the city of Córdoba …

Evaluation of Triple-Frequency Radar Retrieval of Snowfall Properties Using Coincident Airborne In Situ Observations During OLYMPEX

Scattering models of precipitation-size ice particles have shown that aggregates and spheroidal particles occupy distinct regions of the Ku-Ka-W-band dual-frequency ratio (DFR) plane. Furthermore, past ground-based observations suggest that particle …

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