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Experiments in Rainfall Estimation with a Polarimetric Radar in a Subtropical Environment
Journal of applied meteorology (1988)
A unique dataset consisting of high-resolution polarimetric radar measurements and dense rain gauge and disdrometer observations collected in east-central Florida during the summer of 1998 was examined. Comparison of the radar measurements and radar parameters computed from the disdrometer observations supported previous studies, which indicate that oscillating drops in the free atmosphere have more spherical apparent shapes in the mean than equilibrium shapes. Radar-disdrometer comparisonsdoi:10.1175/1520-0450(2002)041<0674:eirewa>2.0.co;2 fatcat:3cpbtjttdzdornrwf7ooj564ui