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Statistics for 138 cases from 61 tropical cyclones over the western North Pacific during the five years from 1998 to 2002 were used to determine the detectability and configuration of tropical cyclone (TC) eyes and to reveal relations with TC intensity and life stages in satellite-based infrared...
One of the most difficult aspects of ocean-state estimation is the prescription of the model forecast error covariances. The paucity of ocean observations limits our ability to estimate the covariance structures from model–observation differences. In most practical applications, simple...
Assimilation into numerical weather models of the refractivity, Abel-retrieved from radio occultations, as the local refractivity at ray tangent point may result in large errors in the presence of strong horizontal gradients (atmospheric fronts, strong convection). To reduce these errors, other...
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