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F. Joseph Turk, Ramon Padullés, Estel Cardellach, Chi O. Ao, Kuo-Nung Wang, David D. Morabito, Manuel de la Torre Juarez, Mayra Oyola, Svetla Hristova-Veleva, and J. David Neelin

the incident wave, therefore maximizing the value of the specific propagation differential phase shift ( K dp ). During an RO rising or setting event, the Earth incidence angle anywhere along the ray path never exceeds 3°. The quantity of interest for this study is the 2 × 2 scattering amplitude matrix [ S ]. Due to the orientation of the particles, only the information in the copolar components of [ S ] ( S hh and S vv ) is retained ( Bringi and Chandrasekar 2001 ). The particle shapes that are

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Eun-Kyoung Seo, Sung-Dae Yang, Mircea Grecu, Geun-Hyeok Ryu, Guosheng Liu, Svetla Hristova-Veleva, Yoo-Jeong Noh, Ziad Haddad, and Jinho Shin

the a priori database 1) Cloud-resolving model The WRF Model, version 3.5, is used to simulate clouds and precipitation profiles. This study employs the new Kain–Fritsch cumulus parameterization scheme ( Kain 2004 ), the Yonsei University (YSU) planetary boundary layer (PBL) ( Hong and Pan 1996 ; Hong 2010 ), a simple cloud-interactive radiation scheme ( Dudhia 1989 ), and the Rapid Radiative Transfer Model (RRTM) longwave radiation scheme ( Mlawer et al. 1997 ). The WRF single-moment 6-class

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