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Climate Change Research Letters
Based on the development of the satellite-based microwave data in the monitoring of tropical cyclones at home and abroad, this paper analyzes the distribution of temperature, humidity, precipitation and movement path when cyclone named Sarika (No. 201621) happened. Also, using the NCEP reanalysis data and WRF numerical model in the same domain to generate the atmospheric data with higher temporal and spatial resolution, and analyze the internal dynamic and the moving path of the cyclone in thedoi:10.12677/ccrl.2017.63022 fatcat:qphdkiz5dnf6be66nzlgm2v43u