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A triple-doppler radar case study of a small multicell convective storm
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert Edward Peterson, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 84/236 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 219 p.|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||84146927|
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Ordinary-cell convective storms. A triple-Doppler radar case study of a regularly propagating multicell convective storm has been performed.
The motion of the storm, observed on 7 June Author: Howard Bluestein. Foote, G. and H. Frank () Case study of a hailstorm in Colorado, Part III: Airflow from triple-Doppler measurements. Peterson, R. () A triple-Doppler radar analysis of a discretely propagating multicell convective storm.
Bluestein H.B. () Ordinary-cell convective storms. In: Severe Convective Storms and Tornadoes Author: Howard B. Bluestein. Observed radar reflectivity during the mature stage of the storm is copied from Fig. 5 in Rutledge et al. The simulated radar reflectivity is the instantaneous value at t 12 h, well into.
At the time of the first dual-Doppler observations at UTC, updraft speeds were near 20 m s −1 and by UTC reached a maximum of ∼25 m s −1 ().During the gap in dual-Doppler scans, the maximum updraft speed(s) measured by the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSMT) T aircraft (in pass 3) was m s −1 (), though this may be an underestimate if the Cited by: Generalized are the results of the research carried out by the Special Service for Weather Modification of the Republic of Moldova and of the features of formation and evolution of cumulonimbus clouds Cb based on studying their radar echo in the Lagrange (moving) coordinate system.
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