Analysis of 10 . 7m m Brightness Temperatures of a Simulated Thunderstorm with Two-Moment

@inproceedings{GRASSOAnalysisO1,
  title={Analysis of 10 . 7m m Brightness Temperatures of a Simulated Thunderstorm with Two-Moment},
  author={LEWIS D. GRASSO and Thomas J. Greenwald}
}
A cloud-resolving model was used in conjunction with a radiative transfer (RT) modeling system to study 10.7-mm brightness temperatures computed for a simulated thunderstorm. A two-moment microphysical scheme was used that included seven hydrometeor types: pristine ice, snow, aggregates, graupel, hail, rain, and cloud water. Also, five different habits were modeled for pristine ice and snow. Hydrometeor optical properties were determined from an extended anomalous diffraction theory approach… CONTINUE READING
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