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A two-dimensional nonlinear model with physical parameterizations was applied to simulate the observed diurnal variation on the 5-km-wide flat tropical island of Nauru in the trade wind zone. Both the model and Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) campaign aircraft observations indicate...
Using results of laboratory experiments on collision-induced raindrop breakup, Low and List (LL) developed a parameterization describing the fragment size distribution (FSD) produced by collisions of raindrops. An equilibrium raindrop size distribution (ED) is approached when this...
The core of the mass flux formulation, on which the majority of the current cumulus parameterizations are based, is to transport physical variables by the so-called mass flux for individual physical components, such as convective updrafts, downdrafts, and environment. These parameterizations use...
The structure and evolution of analysis error and adjoint-based sensitivities potential enstrophy initial singular vectors (SVs) and gradient sensitivities of the forecast error to initial conditions are compared following a cyclone development in a three-dimensional quasigeostrophic channel...
Joint frequency distributions (JFDs) of potential temperature ( θ ) versus water vapor mixing ratio ( r ) within the convective boundary layer were measured during a new field experiment named Boundary Layer Experiment 1996 (BLX96). These JFDs were found to be tilted, with the tilt a function of...
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