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The Effect of Sea Spray Evaporation on Tropical Cyclone Boundary Layer Structure and Intensity
Strong winds in a tropical cyclone over the ocean can produce high seas with substantial amounts of spray in the lower part of the atmospheric boundary layer. The effects that the evaporation of thisExpand
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Discussion of “Synthetic Tropical Cyclone Database” by M. K. James and L. B. Mason
The authors present a Monte Carlo technique for generating a database of synthetic tropical cyclone tracks over the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, situated off the coast of Queensland, Australia.Expand
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Meteorological drivers of extreme fire behaviour during the Waroona bushfire, Western Australia, January 2016
The first pyroCb developed on Wednesday 6 January 2016, when the fire made an unexpectedly fast run in light prevailing winds. The pyroCb produced lightning strikes that ignited a new fire downwindExpand
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High-resolution ensemble prediction of the Australian East Coast Low of April 2015
An analysis of the East Coast Low (ECL) that affected the eastern coast of Australia between 20 and 23 April 2015 is presented, to get a better understanding of the dynamics of the storm as well asExpand
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IMPROVED PREDICTIONS OF SEVERE WEATHER TO REDUCE COMMUNITY IMPACT
ABOUT THESE PROJECTS This is an overview of the Monitoring and prediction cluster of Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research projects. This cluster has five linked studies: 1. Improved predictionsExpand
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A comparison of the fire weather characteristics of the Melbourne dust storm ( 1983 ) and Black Saturday ( 2009 ) : a high-resolution ACCESS case study
We present the results of high-resolution simulations of the fire weather over Melbourne during its notorious dust storm on 8 February 1983. The simulations were performed using the AustralianExpand
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Sixth International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones Topic 1 : Tropical Cyclone Structure and Structure Change
Tropical-cyclone (TC) structure and structure change, including intensification and weakening, is at the frontier of forecasting science. Knowledge and techniques within each sub-topic here have seenExpand