• Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2002. Experiments in rainfall estimation with a polarimetric radar in a subtropical environment. J. Appl. Meteor 41:674685.

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  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2004a. Drop size distribution retrieval with polarimetric radar: Model and application. J. Appl. Meteor 43:461475.

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  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2004b. Comparison of polarimetric radar drop size distribution retrieval algorithms. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. 21:584598.

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  • Vivekanandan, J., G. Zhang, and E. Brandes. 2004. Polarimetric radar estimators based on a constrained gamma drop size distribution model. J. Appl. Meteor 43:217230.

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* The National Center for Atmospheric Research is sponsored by the National Science Foundation

A correction is needed for a typographical error that appeared in Eq. (2) of Brandes et al. (2002). In section 2, p. 678, Eq. (2) for drop axis ratios should read
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where D is in millimeters.

Unfortunately, this error was then repeated in Brandes et al. (2003, p. 655), Brandes et al. [2004a, Eq. (3), p. 462], Brandes et al. [2004b, Eq. (21), p. 587], and Vivekanandan et al. [2004, Eq. (18), p. 225]. This correction does not change the results presented in the papers. The correct relation is plotted as the “experimental fit” in Fig. 2 of Brandes et al. (2004b).

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  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2002. Experiments in rainfall estimation with a polarimetric radar in a subtropical environment. J. Appl. Meteor 41:674685.

    • Search Google Scholar
    • Export Citation
  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2003. An evaluation of a drop distribution–based polarimetric radar rainfall estimator. J. Appl. Meteor 42:652660.

    • Search Google Scholar
    • Export Citation
  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2004a. Drop size distribution retrieval with polarimetric radar: Model and application. J. Appl. Meteor 43:461475.

    • Search Google Scholar
    • Export Citation
  • Brandes, E. A., G. Zhang, and J. Vivekanandan. 2004b. Comparison of polarimetric radar drop size distribution retrieval algorithms. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. 21:584598.

    • Search Google Scholar
    • Export Citation
  • Vivekanandan, J., G. Zhang, and E. Brandes. 2004. Polarimetric radar estimators based on a constrained gamma drop size distribution model. J. Appl. Meteor 43:217230.

    • Search Google Scholar
    • Export Citation
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