A Survey of Research Related to WSR-88D 4) Severe weather detection and forecasting Meteorological Algorithms—Request 5) Feature detection, tracking, and forecasting for Information techniques 6) Precipitation analysis techniques Since the installation of the National Weather Sur- 7) Wind analysis techniques veillance Radar-1988 Doppler (WSR-88D) network is 8) Data acquisition rate needs and strategies nearing completion, the Next Generation Weather 9) Interpretive techniques/human interface Radar (NEXRAD) program is developing plans to im- techniques prove the initial suite of meteorological algorithms and 10) Tropical cyclone analysis techniques to assess unfulfilled or new operational requirements. 11) Data compaction and transmission tech- Consequently, a survey is being taken of all organi- niques zations involved in related research in order to keep 12) Icing analysis techniques abreast of developments and to identify possible fu- 13) Turbulence analysis techniques ture NEXRAD technical development participants. An overview of the NEXRAD program and the A short synopsis (1-2 pages) is requested from WSR-88D system is given by Crum and Alberty each organization conducting work directly or indirectly (1993). A review of the current algorithm-generated related to WSR-88D algorithms, products, and/or tech- WSR-88D products can be found in the article by nical needs. Interest extends not only to
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Published: Oct 1, 1995
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