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Rainfall rate retrieval in presence of path attenuation using C-band polarimetric weather radars
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
Weather radar systems are very suitable tools for the monitoring of extreme rainfall events providing measurements with high spatial and temporal resolution over a wide geographical area. Nevertheless, radar rainfall retrieval at C-band is prone to several error sources, such as rain path attenuation which affects the accuracy of inversion algorithms. In this paper, the so-called rain profiling techniques (namely the surface reference method FV and the polarimetric method ZPHI) are applied todoi:10.5194/nhess-6-439-2006 fatcat:abpdbx6c6zhbjp526conyq5nta