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AbstractAccurate prediction of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) heading date is important for determining the potential incidence of diseases and abiotic stresses such as freeze or heat events. Wheat phenological modeling requires cultivar- and crop-zone-specific vernalization and photoperiod...
AbstractMuch of the errors of atmospheric motion vectors (AMV) may be a consequence of algorithms not incorporating dynamical information. A physics-informed, artificial intelligence algorithm was developed that corrects errors of moisture tracking AMV (from the movement of water vapor) using...
AbstractCanada experiences a relatively large number of tornadoes, which can cause a significant amount of damage and fatalities. In this study, a preferred prediction model for the spatially varying tornado occurrence rate is developed for Canada. The development takes into account the most...
AbstractThe transport of radioxenon released from the February 2013 underground nuclear weapons test in North Korea was analyzed at two receptors—one at the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty site Rn58 in Russia (400 km downwind) and a second at Rn38 in Japan (1000 km downwind). Transport was...
AbstractRecent climatic studies for the dominantly rain-fed agricultural U.S. Corn Belt (CB) suggest an influence of land-use/land-cover (LULC) spatial differences on convective development, set within the larger-scale (synoptic) atmospheric conditions of pressure, winds, and vertical motion....
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