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Hyun Mee Kim and Byoung-Joo Jung

where E m is the moist TE in a nonhydrostatic model; and L , c p , T r , and q ′ are latent heat of condensation per unit mass, specific heat at constant pressure, reference temperature, and the perturbed mixing ratio, respectively. According to Ehrendorfer et al. (1999) , the parameter ω q is added to the moisture term to control the relative contributions of each component to the moist TE norm. Three tests were performed to compare the norm effects on SV amplitude and structures: dry TE

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Munehiko Yamaguchi, Takeshi Iriguchi, Tetsuo Nakazawa, and Chun-Chieh Wu

point. b. Synopsis of Typhoon Conson The best track and intensity of Conson analyzed by the Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) Tokyo-Typhoon Center are shown in Fig. 2 . Conson formed as a tropical depression in the South China Sea at 1800 UTC 4 June 2004. It moved eastward, then north-northeastward and developed into a tropical storm off the west coast of the Luson Island at 1800 UTC 6 June. After that, Conson changed its course toward the northeast and reached typhoon intensity at

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