Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 4 of 4 items for :

  • Cloud forcing x
  • Corrigendum x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All
Neil F. Laird, Harry T. Ochs III, Robert M. Rauber, and L. Jay Miller

region near cloud base, 0.6–0.8 km, shows concentrations of particles with radii greater than 50 and 100 μ m to be 4.0 and 0.033 L −1 , respectively. These measurements are consistent with raindrop concentrations observed during heavy rain to drizzle events and correspond to approximate rainfall rates of 24 and 0.2 cm h −1 for 1-mm-diameter raindrops. The reflectivity estimated using corrected composite cloud spectra (revised Fig. 11 ) is in better agreement with radar reflectivity near cloud base

Full access
Bipin Kumar, Jörg Schumacher, and Raymond A. Shaw

are simulations in which the fluid turbulence is kept statistically stationary by a volume forcing in the momentum equation. The three other runs D1, D2, and D3 considered decaying fluid turbulence. Both series of runs contain feedback of the buoyancy B to the velocity field. Digits 1, 2, and 3 denote the initial radii of the monodisperse cloud water droplet ensemble of R 0 = 10, 15, and 20 μ m, respectively. These initial cloud water droplet radii result in initial liquid water contents (LWC

Full access

: effects of internal gravityAnnulus wave: baroclinic field distributions and balances. 29.Anomalous gradient winds : existence and implications. 709.892 / Vol. 106, No. 12 / Monthly Weather Reviewwaves over mountainous terrain. 177.ANTHES, RICHARD A.: Development of asymmetries in three-dimensional numericalApplication of stepwise multiple regression techniques to inversionApproximating polynomials for estimating wind, divergence, andApr. 1972 weather and circulation. 590.Arcus cloud. 817.ASSELIN

Full access

Ocean," Monthly Weather Reuiew, Vol. 95, No. 9, Sept.1967, pp. 607-626 (also see corrected tables in Vol. 96, No. 1,Jan. 1968, pp. 63-74).Hubert, L. F., Krueger, A. F., and Winston, J. S., "The DoubleIntertropical Convergence Zone: Fact or Fiction?," Journal of theAtmospheric Sciences, Yol. 26, No. 4, July 1969, pp. 771-773.Kornfield, Jack, and Hasler, A. Frederick, "A Photographic Sum-mary of the Earth's Cloud Cover for the Year 1967," Juurnal ofApplied Meteorology, Vol. 8, No. 4, Aug. 1969, pp

Full access