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Arthur V. Douglas and Phillip J. Englehart

. on Observing and Understanding the Variability of Water in Weather and Climate, Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM, 4.2 . Hodges , K. I. , B. J. Hoskins , J. Boyle , and C. Thorncroft , 2003 : A comparison of recent reanalysis datasets using objective feature tracking: Storm tracks and tropical easterly waves. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 131 , 2012 – 2037 . Molinari , J. , and D. Vollaro , 2000 : Planetary- and synoptic-scale influences on eastern Pacific tropical cyclogenesis

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Richard H. Johnson, Paul E. Ciesielski, Brian D. McNoldy, Peter J. Rogers, and Richard K. Taft

systems (ships, aircraft, wind profilers, radars, and surface stations), was designed to study the complex and multifaceted properties of the North American summer monsoon: its onset, precipitation characteristics, the Gulf of California (GoC) low-level jet, gulf surges, easterly waves, tropical cyclone influences, orographic effects, mesoscale convective systems, and the diurnal cycle of convection ( Higgins et al. 2006 ). While the North American summer monsoon is not as dramatic as its Asian

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