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Michael B. Natoli and Eric D. Maloney

passive microwave estimates. Thus, infrared information is only used to predict storm motion, and is not directly used to estimate precipitation rates. These initial estimates are bias-corrected against gauge data and the Global Precipitation Climatology Project ( Adler et al. 2003 ) to yield the final product. Other studies have shown that this bias-corrected CMORPH technique removes most of the bias over land in warm climates (as in this study), and performs favorably when compared with the commonly

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Kyle Chudler, Weixin Xu, and Steven A. Rutledge

radar measurements with sufficient detail to accurately resolve the salient differences between land and ocean precipitation. Importantly, these products also provide vertical profiles of radar reflectivity (TRMM 250 m and GPM 125-m resolution). Previous studies in the region using only surface rainfall estimates (i.e., Natoli and Maloney 2019 ) cannot provide information on the vertical structure of storms, so this is a novel component of this research. While surface rainfall statistics are

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