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Sensitivity of Simulated Hurricane Eyewall Replacement Cycles to Horizontal Turbulent Mixing
Eyewall replacement cycles (ERCs) are naturally occurring phenomena in some intense tropical cyclones. The exact mechanisms of ERCs are currently not known and successful numerical simulations of ERCs are also rare. The ...
Precipitation Estimation Using C-Band Dual Polarimetric Weather Radar
Radar Quantitative Precipitation Estimation (QPE) plays an important role in weather forecasting, especially nowcasting, and hydrology. This study evaluates the current QPE algorithm implemented by the Canadian Radar Network ...
Updating the Treatment of the Direct Aerosol Effect in the Global Environmental Multiscale Model With Atmospheric Chemistry (GEM-AC)
Atmospheric aerosols alter the atmospheric energy budget through their scattering, absorption, and emission properties within certain spectral bands. The direct aerosol effect is a fundamental aspect of every climate and ...