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Climatological Applications of Vertically Point Ing Weather Radar Observations

Igda, Myron G H; Lackmer, Roy H; Stanford Research Inst Menlo Park Calif
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Book; Online; EBook
Published
Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, Feb 1963.
Language
English
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Approved for public release.
Summary
The potential climatological utilization of vertically pointingeather radar observations is discussed. The optimum tilt angle and antenna rotation rate to detect scattered clouds that are often missed by a fixed vertical antenna are included. Examples of the probable appearance of several cloud distributions as shown by fixed and scanning antennas are presented. A method of summarizing the data for climatological purposes by the utilization of punched cards is presented in the final section of the report. (Author).
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39 p. ; cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • ARCRL-63-299.
  • Contract AF 19(604)-7312.
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