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Traditional categorical metrics used in model evaluations are ““clear cut”” measures in that the model’’s ability to predict an ““exceedance”” is defined by a fixed threshold concentration and the metrics are defined by observation––forecast sets that are paired both in...
This study reports on the development of bulk single-scattering models for ice clouds that are appropriate for use in hyperspectral radiative transfer cloud modeling over the spectral range from 100 to 3250 cm −1 . The models are developed in a manner similar to that recently reported for the...
Vertical motion W profiles in the stratiform precipitation region of mesoscale cloud clusters were investigated using wind data observed by VHF Doppler radar installed in western Sumatra Island (0.2°S, 100.32°E). A special mode for W observations was introduced in November 2003, and W data with...
Evaporation ducts are ubiquitous phenomena over the oceans, and they are responsible for much of the over-the-horizon propagation occurring with millimeter and microwave radars. The height of the evaporation duct depends on meteorological parameters, most notably air and water temperature and...
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