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Warren J. Tennant, Glenn J. Shutts, Alberto Arribas, and Simon A. Thompson

tendency of around 2 m s −1 per day. For comparison, we also include the power spectra from two coarse-graining studies: the cloud-resolving model mentioned above (39 km × 39 km) and using differences between high-resolution (T1279) and low-resolution (T159) forecasts made with the ECMWF Integrated Forecast System (IFS). These spectra in Fig. 1c imply direct forcing of synoptic and planetary scales by subgrid-scale eddies and are worthy of some comment. Fig . 1. (a) Horizontal and (b) vertical

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Thomas M. Hamill, Jeffrey S. Whitaker, Michael Fiorino, and Stanley G. Benjamin

. Li , X. , and Z. Pu , 2008 : Sensitivity of numerical simulation of early rapid intensification of Hurricane Emily (2005) to cloud microphysical and planetary boundary layer parameterizations. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 136 , 4819 – 4838 . Liu , Q. , T. Marchok , H.-L. Pan , M

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