Interdecadal Variability of Summer Precipitation Efficiency in East Asia

@article{Wang2019InterdecadalVO,
  title={Interdecadal Variability of Summer Precipitation Efficiency in East Asia},
  author={Jian Wang and S. Gui and A. Ma and R. Yang and Q. Zhang},
  journal={Advances in Meteorology},
  year={2019},
  volume={2019},
  pages={1-17}
}
Precipitation efficiency (PE) is a crucial physical quantity in convective processes, describing the efficiency of rainfall generation from cloud detrainment. Although the importance of PE in extreme precipitation events is widely accepted, the evolution of PE in the warming climate and the associated moisture processes in East Asia are still not well understood. To address these issues, the interdecadal variability of PE in East Asia during summer in 1979–2016 is investigated in this study… Expand

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