2 edition of Effects of mesoscale atmospheric convective cells on the waters of the East China sea found in the catalog.
Effects of mesoscale atmospheric convective cells on the waters of the East China sea
Clifford Lyons Trump
Written in English
|Statement||by Clifford Lyons Trump.|
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|Pagination||137 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||137|
Southern east Africa is prone to some extreme weather events and interannual variability of the hydrological cycle, including tropical cyclones and heavy rainfall events. Most of these events occur during austral summer and are linked to shifts in the intertropical convergence zone, changes in El Niño Southern Oscillation signatures, sea surface temperature and sea level . EVOLUTION OF MESOSCALE CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS OVER MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN by Raymond L. George Research Supported by the National Science Foundation U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Division of Atmospheric Water Resources National and Space Administration under Grants ATMl, B, NSG, respectively.
Mesoscale Analysis Parameter Decsriptions Temperature A measure of the warmth of the ambient air measured by a suitable instrument such as a thermometer. Dew Point (Dew-Point Temperature) A measure of atmospheric moisture. The temperature to which air must be cooled, at constant pressure and moisture content, in order for saturation to occur. Dr. Jiwen Fan’s research spans a wide range of atmospheric chemistry and aerosols, convection and clouds, and climate. She has published over peer-reviewed journal articles. Her research on aerosol-cloud interactions particularly for deep convective storms have been featured in many major media/news outlets such as Science, Nature, BBC, NPR.
This new textbook seeks to promote a deep yet accessible understanding of mesoscale-convective processes in the atmosphere. Mesoscale-convective processes are commonly manifested in the form of thunderstorms, which are fast evolving, inherently hazardous, and can assume a broad range of sizes and s: 2. km wide. Over the East China Sea, cellular clouds were clearly visible as the continental cold air moved over the ocean. The size of the cellular clouds was pro-gressively larger as the air flowed southward. At around 30°N, the cloud fields changed into a very dif-ferent structure, with some deep convective cells em-.
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Currents and atmospheric parameters were measured in the East China Sea in February,as part of the AMTEX'75 program. These data were used to describe outbreaks of cold continental air over this warm and shallow sea.
Particular emphasis was placed on describing the structure of mesoscale atmospheric cells embedded in the outbreaks and the effects of these cells on the water Cited by: Effects of mesoscale atmospheric convective cells on the waters of the East China sea Public Deposited.
Analytics × Add to Cited by: PDF | Near-surface wind velocities were measured on an array of anchored spar buoys in the East China Sea in February as a part of the Japanese | Find, read and. A mesoscale convective system (MCS) is a complex of thunderstorms that becomes organized on a scale larger than the individual thunderstorms but smaller than extratropical cyclones, and normally persists for several hours or more.A mesoscale convective system's overall cloud and precipitation pattern may be round or linear in shape, and include.
Near-surface wind velocities were measured on an array of anchored spar buoys in the East China Sea in February as a part of the Japanese AMTEX '75 (Air Mass Transformation Experiment), a subprogram of GARP.
These data were used to determine the effects of atmospheric convection associated with mesoscale convective cells (MCC) on Cited by: 6. Title: EFFECTS OF MESOSCALE ATMOSPHERIC CONVECTIVE CELLS ON THE WATERS TAST HINA SEA Abs tract approved: St/phen.
Neshyba Currents and atmospheric parameters were measured in the East China Sea in February, as part of the AMTEX'75 program. These data were used to describe outbreaks of cold continental air over this warm and shallow sea. Effects of mesoscale atmospheric convection cells on the waters of the East-China Sea, ().
Investigation of perturbing action of atmospheric and internal oceanic processes on the waved sea surface using ocean remote sensing data. Two mesoscale convective events in the baiu frontal zone (BFZ) were documented, based on intensive atmospheric soundings and oceanic castings in the East China Sea.
Based on mosaics of composite radar reflectivity for a 4‐year period from July to Junea total of mesoscale convective systems (MCSs) over central East China were identified and their characteristics were investigated.
Heavy rainfall during the summer season is one of the most significant factors in natural disasters on the Korean Peninsula. Most heavy rainfall events are related to mesoscale convective systems (MCSs; Zipser ), which occur under certain synoptic-scale environmental conditions, such as a surface frontal system accompanying an upper-level trough during the changma (mei-yu in China.
Trump C.L., Neshyba S.J., Burt s of mesoscale atmospheric convection cells on the waters of the East China Sea Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 24 (), pp. Google Scholar. The typical value of aspect ratio ranges from 2 to Rolls may occur over both water surface and land surfaces. Mesoscale convective cells may be divided into two types: open and closed.
Open‐cell circulation has downward motion and clear sky in the cell center, surrounded by cloud associated with upward motion.
Effects of mesoscale atmospheric convective cells on the waters of the East China sea. It is capped by an inversion with strong temperature and moisture gradients.
Mesoscale cellular convection (MCC) embedded within the convective layer moves along with the mean wind. The average aspect ratio of the cells iswhich agrees with observed aspect ratios for convective cells over the East China Sea.
13 hours ago The relative importance of topography and soil moisture on the initiation of an afternoon deep convection under weak synoptic-scale forcing was investigated using the weather research and forecasting (WRF) model with high resolution ( km). The convection occurred on 29 Juneover the Liupan Mountains, west of the Loess Plateau.
The timing and location of the convective. The effects of orographic lifting and blocking on a heavy rainfall event with an accumulation of mm on 11 October over the Lan-Yang Plain (LYP) in northeastern Taiwan during the northeasterly monsoon season were studied by performing observational data analyses and numerical simulations using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model.
A central goal of GRL PHONE from to the present has been to characterize and understand convective and mesoscale processes over the East China Sea. In particular, frontal precipitation systems in the moist environment in this region are major subjects for meteorological studies, since fronts develop rapidly and produce heavy rainfall on.
Convective systems (CS) through their downdrafts hitting the sea surface may produce wind patterns (or cold pools) with wind intensity exceeding 10–25 m s −1. The latter for a. A mesoscale convective system's overall cloud and precipitation pattern may be round or linear in shape, and include weather systems such as tropical cyclones, squall lines, lake-effect snow events, polar lows, and mesoscale convective complexes (MCCs).
Rolls may occur over both water surface and land surfaces. Mesoscale convective cells may be divided into two types: open and closed. Open‐cell circulation has downward motion and clear sky in the cell center, surrounded by cloud associated with upward motion.
Closed cells have the opposite circulation. The evolution and structure of mesoscale convection in the South China Sea (SCS) region are documented for the ﬁrst time mainly using the dual-Doppler radar dataset collected during the South China Sea Monsoon Experiment (SCSMEX) in In particular, this study focuses on the convection associated with a subtropical.Atmospheric Science Mesoscale convective systems (MCSs) are large, long-duration complexes of clouds that previous convective cells, and/or small, embedded convective cells.
While previous studies have found evidence of these spatial hydrometeor patterns, this dissertation is the first to analyze Doppler-radar-observe air motions.Confidential manuscript submitted to the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 18" Abstract 19" Mesoscale cellular convective (MCC) clouds occur in large-scale patterns over the ocean and 20" have important radiative effects on the climate system.
An examination of time-varying 21" meteorological conditions associated with satellite-observed open and closed .