Learn More
This paper reviews the history of nomenclature used to describe the supercell spectrum. Studies are reviewed that attempt to explain the physical processes associated with variations in supercell morphology. The observational evidence for disparate risks associated with variations in morphology is examined. ––––––––––––––––––––––––
2009: The supercell spectrum. Part II: A semi-objective method for radar classification of supercell type. ABSTRACT This paper describes a method for classifying supercells that relies partially upon a mixture of objective radar analysis and human analysis. The technique is used to ascertain the direction and distance of supercell precipitation core(More)
CONTEXT Injuries of the first metatarsophalangeal (hallux MP) joint can be debilitating in the athletic population. Turf toe and plantar plate injuries are typically diagnosed similarly. However, variance in injury mechanism as well as compromised integrity of soft tissue and ligamentous structures make it difficult to accurately diagnose specific hallux MP(More)
  • 1