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This paper considers new possibilities of turbulence intensity retrieval by using Doppler and Doppler-polarimetric radar sounding. Peculiarities of microwave scattering on moving droplets of different size and shape underlie new methods that are introduced, discussed, and checked by using radar data
Choline (75-300 microg) produced dose-dependent hypothermia when injected intracerebroventricularly (i.c.v.). Pre-treatment with the muscarinic receptor antagonist, atropine (10 microg, i.c.v.), blocked the hypothermic effect of choline (150 microg), but the response was only partially attenuated by pre-treatment with the nicotinic receptor antagonist,(More)
Snow crystals consist of many different types of ice particles. Typical radar measurements observe only bulk properties of all types of ice particles present in a radar volume. Due to their difference in cross-section, large particles will reflect more power of the transmitted radar signal than small particles. If small and large particles are present in(More)
Snow crystals consist of many different types of ice particles. Typical radar measurements observe only bulk properties of all types of ice particles present in a radar volume. Due to their difference in radar cross-section, larger particles will reflect more power of the transmitted radar signal, than small particles. If small and large particles are(More)
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