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Rong-Hua Zhang and Antonio J. Busalacchi

SST specification on ECMWF surface wind stress fields in the eastern tropical Pacific. J. Climate , 18 , 530 – 550 . Chelton , D. B. , and M. H. Freilich , 2005 : Scatterometer-based assessment of 10-m wind analyses from the operational ECMWF and NCEP numerical weather prediction models. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 133 , 409 – 429 . Chelton , D. B. , F. J. Wentz , C. L. Gentemann , R. A. de Szoeke , and M. G. Schlax , 2000 : Microwave SST observations of transequatorial tropical

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Hamish A. Ramsay, Lance M. Leslie, and Jeffrey D. Kepert

17 March 2006. It intensified fairly rapidly as it moved westward, eventually making landfall as an Australian severe category 4 TC (wind gusts between 63 and 78 m s −1 ) on the northeast Australian coast near the town of Innisfail. Unlike many U.S. hurricanes, the detailed structure of TC Larry’s inner core remains largely unknown because of the absence of aircraft measurements of TCs in the Australian region. However, analyses of passive microwave imagery at 85 GHz during the 12 h preceding

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