Weather Radars Books

  • International Weather Radar Networking

    International Weather Radar Networking covers all aspects of the subject in a collection of contributions drawn from all over the world. Of particular interest are the papers describing work in Eastern Europe and papers reviewing of the achievements of the Commission of the European Communities COST-73 project. During the last twenty years ...

  • Sea Breeze and Local Winds

    The first of its kind, this book reviews how radar, lidar, and satellite photography have helped meteorologists to forecast and map sea breeze and the all-important sea-breeze front. It includes a discussion of simple theoretical models of sea breeze and descriptions of laboratory experiments used to support these models. • For a broad audience ...

  • Economic and Societal Impacts of Tornadoes

    Approximately 1,200 tornadoes touch down across the United States annually, and for almost a decade, economists Simmons and Sutter have been gathering data from sources such as NOAA and the U.S. Census in order to examine the casualties caused by tornadoes and to evaluate the National Weather Service’s efforts to reduce these casualties. ...

  • Weather Radar

    Weather radar systems provide data necessary for the understanding of weather systems, improved forecasts (especially critical for severe weather), hydrological applications, flood warnings and also for climate research in which ground verification is needed for global precipitation measurements by satellites. This book offers an accessible ...

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