Attenuation correction of X-band polarimetric Doppler weather radar signals: application to systems with high spatio-temporal resolution
In the last decade the atmospheric science community has seen widespread and successful application of X-band dual-polarization weather radars for measuring precipitation in the lowest 2 km of the troposphere. These X-band radars have the advantage of a smaller footprint, lower cost, and improved detection of hydrometeors due to increased range resolution. In recent years, the hydrology community began incorporating these radars in novel applications to study the spatio-temporal variability of rainfall from precipitation measurements near the ground, over watersheds of interest. The University ...
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