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Atmospheric and Climate Sciences

Associations of Jet Streams with Tornado Outbreaks in the North America

Author(s):Igor G. Zurbenko, Mingzeng Sun ABSTRACT Jet streams, a current of fast winds located about seven miles up near the tropopause, are major weather driving factors in the mid-latitudes. Using the Modern-Era Retrospective Analysis for Research and Applications (MERRA) reanalysis … Continue reading

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Snow Cover Area Estimation Using Radar and Optical Satellite Information

Author(s) :Ana Paula Salcedo, Marisa G. Cogliati ABSTRACT Obtaining the seasonal variation of snow cover in areas of the Argentinian Andes is important for hydrological studies and can facilitate proper planning of water resources, with regard to irrigation, supply, flood attenuation … Continue reading

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Warm and Kind Invitation to Discover Faithful and Unique Thermodynamics and Dynamics of Weather Phenomena as Revealed by Mathematic Formulation of Earth’s Atmosphere Dynamic Balance

Author(s):Mbane Biouele César Meteorology, as practiced and taught today only describes the behavior of ideal gases. However, a huge portion of the troposphere, revealed by the mathematic formulation of earth’s atmosphere dynamic balance established in 2009 by Cesar Mbane Biouele, … Continue reading

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