Vol. 2, No. 3, March 1989 Journal Contents of Climate ARTICLES Measuring Cloud Properties from Space: A Review WILLIAM B. Rosso w 201-213 Global, Seasonal Surface Variations from Satellite Radiance Measurements WILLIAM B. ROSSOW, CHRISTOPHER L. BREST AN D LEONID C . GARDER 214-247 Predicting Large-Area Corn Yield with a Weighted Palmer Z-Index SCOTT A . ISARD AN D WILLIAM E. EASTERLING 248-252 The 1986-8 7 Pacific Warm Episode: Evolution of Oceanic and Atmospheric Anomaly Fields VERNO N E. KOUSKY AND ANT S LEETMAA 254-267 Precipitation Patterns Associated with the High Index Phase of the Southern Oscillation C . F. ROPELEWSKI AND M . S. HALPERT 268-284 NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE The Effect of Urban Warming on the Northern Hemisphere Temperature Average P. D . JONES, P. M . KELLY, C. M . GOODESS AN D T . KARL 285-290 Combining Predictive Schemes in Long-Range Forecasting KLAU S FRAEDRICH AND NEVILLE R . SMITH 291 -29 4 Systematic Error in the Synoptic Sky Cover Record of the South Pole GLEN N SCHNEIDER, PAUL PALUZZI AND JOHN P. OLIVER 295-302 PAPERS TO APPEAR IN FORTHCOMING ISSUES 304 The Journal of Climate is available on a calendar-year only subscription at an annual
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1989
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