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Volume 10 Number 1 Part January Year 2019

30 articles in this issue 

Jiuzheng Zhang, Haiming Xu, Jing Ma and Jiechun Deng

Interannual variability of cyclones that are generated over the eastern Asian continent and passed over the Yellow, Bohai, and East China seas (YBE cyclones) in spring is analyzed using reanalysis datasets for the period of 1979–2017. Possible cause... see more

 

Merhala Thurai, Viswanathan Bringi, Patrick N. Gatlin, Walter A. Petersen and Matthew T. Wingo

The raindrop size distribution (DSD) is fundamental for quantitative precipitation estimation (QPE) and in numerical modeling of microphysical processes. Conventional disdrometers cannot capture the small drop end, in particular the drizzle mode which con... see more

 

Iulian-Alin Rosu, Marius-Mihai Cazacu, Otilia Sanda Prelipceanu and Maricel Agop

The article is aimed at presenting a semi-empirical model coded and computed in the programming language Python, which utilizes data gathered with a standard biaxial elastic lidar platform in order to calculate the altitude profiles of the structure coeff... see more

 

Laura Felgitsch, Magdalena Bichler, Julia Burkart, Bianca Fiala, Thomas Häusler, Regina Hitzenberger and Hinrich Grothe

Heterogeneous ice nucleation in the atmosphere is not fully understood. In particular, our knowledge of biological materials and their atmospheric ice nucleation properties remains scarce. Here, we present the results from systematic investigations of the... see more

 

Ventsislav Danchovski

Mixing layer height (MLH) is a crucial parameter for air quality modelling that is still not routinely measured. Common methods for MLH determination use atmospheric profiles recorded by radiosonde but this process suffers from coarse temporal resolution ... see more

 

Haitao Dai, Dawei Ma, Renbin Zhu, Bowen Sun and Jun He

Anhui is one of the highest provincial emitters of air pollutants in China due to its large coal consumption in coal-fired plants. In this study, the total emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and particulate matter (PM) from coal-fire... see more

 

Sébastien Doutreloup, Coraline Wyard, Charles Amory, Christoph Kittel, Michel Erpicum and Xavier Fettweis

The aim of this study is to assess the sensitivity of convective precipitation modelled by the regional climate model MAR (Modèle Atmosphérique Régional) over 1987–2017 to four newly implemented convective schemes: the Bechtold ... see more

 

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Xiaohong Chen, Changqing Ye, Jiaming Zhang, Chongyu Xu, Lijuan Zhang and Yihan Tang

The stationarity assumption of hydrological processes has long been compromised by human disturbances in river basins. The traditional hydrological extreme-value analysis method, i.e., “extreme value theory” which assumes stationarity of the t... see more

 

Yochanan Kushnir and Mordechai Stein

This paper examines the hydroclimate history of the Eastern Mediterranean (EM) region during the 10th to 14th centuries C.E., a period known as the Medieval Climate Anomaly (MCA), a time of significant historical turmoil and change in the region. The stud... see more

 

Ji-Young Han, So-Young Kim, In-Jin Choi and Emilia Kyung Jin

Effects of the convective triggering process in a cumulus parameterization scheme on the diurnal variation of precipitation over East Asia are examined using a regional climate model. Based on a cloud-resolving simulation showing the irrelevance of convec... see more

 

Stefania Squizzato, Mauro Masiol, Fereshteh Emami, David C. Chalupa, Mark J. Utell, David Q. Rich and Philip K. Hopke

The northeastern United States has experienced significant emissions reductions in the last two decades leading to a decrease in PM2.5, major gaseous pollutants (SO2, CO, NOx) and ultrafine particles (UFPs) concentrations. Emissions controls were implemen... see more

 

Katiana Constantinidou, George Zittis and Panos Hadjinicolaou

The Eastern Mediterranean (EM) and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are projected to be exposed to extreme climatic conditions in the 21st century, which will likely induce adverse impacts in various sectors. Relevant climate change impact assessme... see more

 

Yuxuan Feng, Jinzhong Min, Xiaoran Zhuang and Shiqi Wang

In order to further investigate the influence of ensemble generation methods on the storm-scale ensemble forecast (SSEF) system, a new ensemble sensitivity analysis-based ensemble transform with 3D rescaling (ET_3DR_ESA) method was developed. The Weather ... see more

 

Ibrahima Diba, Moctar Camara and Arona Diedhiou

This study investigates the changes in West African monsoon features during warm years using the Regional Climate Model version 4.5 (RegCM4.5). The analysis uses 30 years of datasets of rainfall, surface temperature and wind parameters (from 1980 to 2009)... see more

 

Vernon Cooray and Gerald Cooray

Electric and/or magnetic fields are generated by stationary charges, uniformly moving charges and accelerating charges. These field components are described in the literature as static fields, velocity fields (or generalized Coulomb field) and radiation f... see more

 

Chuanfeng Zhao, Lijun Zhao and Xiaobo Dong

Cloud liquid water content (LWC) and droplet effective radius (re) have an important influence on cloud physical processes and optical characteristics. The microphysical properties of a three-layer pure liquid stratus were measured by aircraft probes on 2... see more

 

Henning Staiger, Gudrun Laschewski and Andreas Matzarakis

Application of thermal indices has become very popular over the last three decades. It is mostly aimed at urban areas and is also used in weather forecasting, especially for heat health warning systems. Recent studies also show the relevance of thermal in... see more

 

Arsenios E. Chatzimichailidis, Christos D. Argyropoulos, Marc J. Assael and Konstantinos E. Kakosimos

Air pollution is probably the single largest environment risk to health and urban streets are the localized, relevant hotspots. Numerous studies reviewed the state-of-the-art models, proposed best-practice guidelines and explored, using various software, ... see more

 

Andrew Mercer and Alyssa Bates

Tornado outbreaks (TOs) are a major hazard to life and property for locations east of the Rocky Mountains. Improving tornado outbreak (TO) forecasts will help minimize risks associated with these major events. In this study, we present a methodology for q... see more

 

Karl Bumke, Robin Pilch Kedzierski, Marc Schröder, Christian Klepp and Karsten Fennig

The satellite-derived HOAPS (Hamburg Ocean Atmosphere Parameters and Fluxes from Satellite Data) precipitation estimates have been validated against in-situ precipitation measurements from optical disdrometers, available from OceanRAIN (Ocean Rainfall And... see more

 

Milena Danicic, Vladislav Zekic, Milan Mirosavljevic, Branislava Lalic, Marina Putnik-Delic, Ivana Maksimovic and Anna Dalla Marta

The present study assessed the effect of projected climate change on the sowing time, onset, and duration of flowering, the duration of the growing season, and the grain yield of spring barley in Northern Serbia. An AquaCrop simulation covered two climate... see more

 

Miloš Lompar, Branislava Lalic, Ljiljana Dekic and Mina Petric

Missing data in hourly and daily temperature data series is a common problem in long-term data series and many observational networks. Agricultural and environmental models and climate-related tools can be used only if weather data series are complete. To... see more

 

Anne Sledd and Tristan L’Ecuyer

Decreasing sea ice and snow cover are reducing the surface albedo and changing the Arctic surface energy balance. How these surface albedo changes influence the planetary albedo is a more complex question, though, that depends critically on the modulating... see more

 

Maria G. Lebedeva, Anthony R. Lupo, Yury G. Chendev, Olga V. Krymskaya and Aleksandr B. Solovyev

A meridional Northern Hemisphere (NH) circulation epoch, which began in 1957, is marked by changes in the temperature and precipitation regimes over southwest Russia and central USA depending on the occurrence of NH atmospheric circulation regimes. A clas... see more