Assessment and tuning of the behaviour of a microphysical characterisation scheme

@inproceedings{Galletti2005AssessmentAT,
  title={Assessment and tuning of the behaviour of a microphysical characterisation scheme},
  author={Michele Galletti and P. P. Alberoni and Vincenzo Levizzani and Marilena Celano},
  year={2005}
}
The correct classification of prevailing bulk hydrometeor type within a radar resolution volume is a challenge task even if a full set of polarimetric radar observables is available. Indeed scattering and propagation effects from the variety of hydrometeors present interact each others and sometimes, if not often, tend to obscure the characteristic signature of each weather radar target type. This consideration is enforced when the atmospheric volume is sampled with a wavelength where both Mie… CONTINUE READING

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