This fully illustrated volume covers the history of radar meteorology, deals with the issues in the field from both the operational and the scientific viewpoint, and looks ahead to future issues and how they will affect the current atmosphere. With over 200 contributors, the volume is a product of the entire community and represents an unprecedented compendium of knowledge in the field.Moore (1985) did the first theoretical work on this problem and demonstrated that updrafts in strong shear are indeed susceptible to barotropicinstabilities. ... The relatively shallow bands, usually parallel to the cold front, often occur in the warm sectors of west coast storms. Parsons ... The theoretical problem here is to explain how such waves manage not to radiate all their energy upward in a short time.
|Title||:||Radar in Meteorology|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-03-30|