Journal of Applied Meteorology Vol. 41, No. 3, March 2002 ARTICLE S The Development of Midlatitude Cirrus Models for MODIS Using FIRE-I, FIRE-II, and ARM In Situ Data. SHAIMA L . NASIRI, BRYAN A . BAUM, ANDREW J. HEYMSFIELD, PING YANG, MICHAE L R . POELLOT, DAVID P . KRATZ, AND YONGXIANG H U 197-217 Cirrus Cloud Microphysical Property Retrieval Using Lidar and Radar Measurements. Part I: Algorithm Description and Comparison with In Situ Data ZHIEN WAN G AND KENNETH SASSEN 218-229 UHF Radar Detection and Numerical Simulation of an Episode of Foehn and Lee Waves over the Northern Coast of Iberia GOTZON GANGOITI, LUCIO ALONSO, MERCEDES MARURI, MARIN O NAVAZO, AND GORKA PEREZ-LANDA 230-240 An Integrated Approach to Estimate Instantaneous Near-Surface Air Temperature and Sensible Heat Flux Fields during the SEMAPHORE Experiment DENI S BOURRAS, LAURENCE EYMARD, W . TIMOTHY LIU, AND H£L£N E DUPUIS 241-252 The Vertical Error Characteristics of GOES-Derived Winds: Description and Experiments with Numerical Weather Prediction P. ANI L RAO, CHRISTOPHER S . VELDEN, AND SCOTT A . BRAUN 253-271 An Estimation-Based Precipitation Retrieval Algorithm for Attenuating Radars TRISTA N S . L'ECUYER AND GRAEME L . STEPHENS 272-285 The Need to Represent Raindrop
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 2002
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