Advances in Meteorology

Table of Contents: 2014

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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 647938
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Trends of Convective and Stratiform Precipitation in the Czech Republic, 1982–2010

Zuzana Rulfová | Jan Kyselý
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  • - Article ID 597378
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Wind Field of a Nonmesocyclone Anticyclonic Tornado Crossing the Hong Kong International Airport

Karen A. Kosiba | Paul Robinson | ... | Joshua Wurman
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  • - Article ID 340123
  • - Review Article

On the Role of Climate Forcing by Volcanic Sulphate and Volcanic Ash

Baerbel Langmann
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  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 970547
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A Modeling Study of the Initial Formation of Polar Lows in the Vicinity of the Arctic Front

Igor Mingalev | Konstantin Orlov | Victor Mingalev
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 894147
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Variations of Near Surface Energy Balance Caused by Land Cover Changes in the Semiarid Grassland Area of China

Qun’ou Jiang | Chengcai Tang | ... | Wei Zhang
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 942027
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Studying Summer Season Drought in Western Russia

Anthony R. Lupo | Igor I. Mokhov | ... | Jason A. Hubbart
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 179301
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Black Carbon and Elemental Carbon from Postharvest Agricultural-Waste Burning Emissions in the Indo-Gangetic Plain

Atinderpal Singh | Prashant Rajput | ... | Darshan Singh
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  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 413717
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Rainfall Estimation Using Specific Differential Phase for the First Operational Polarimetric Radar in Korea

Cheol-Hwan You | Dong-In Lee | Mi-Young Kang
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  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 186823
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Characteristics of the Temporal Variation in Temperature and Precipitation in China’s Lower Yellow River Region

Heli Lu | Wenlong Jing | ... | Zhong Huang
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 798428
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Spatially Explicit Assessment of Ecosystem Resilience: An Approach to Adapt to Climate Changes

Haiming Yan | Jinyan Zhan | ... | Zhihui Li
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  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 237247
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A Hidden Markov Model Applied to the Daily Spring Precipitation over the Danube Basin

Constantin Mares | Ileana Mares | ... | Petre Stanciu
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  • - Article ID 248148
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An ENSO-Forecast Independent Statistical Model for the Prediction of Annual Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Frequency in April

Kenny Xie | Bin Liu
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  • - Article ID 365362
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Stochastic Models to Generate Geospatial-, Temporal-, and Cross-Correlated Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperatures

Guillermo A. Baigorria
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 849279
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Assessment and Validation of i-Skyradiometer Retrievals Using Broadband Flux and MODIS Data

S. Dipu | G. Pandithurai | ... | Dongchul Kim
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  • - Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 159724
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Scenario Simulation of the Influence of Land Use Change on the Regional Temperature in a Rapidly Urbanizing Region: A Case Study in Southern-Jiangsu, China

Xinli Ke | Enjun Ma | Yongwei Yuan
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