Possible relation between land surface feedback and the post‐landfall structure of monsoon depressions

@inproceedings{Chang2009PossibleRB,
  title={Possible relation between land surface feedback and the post‐landfall structure of monsoon depressions},
  author={Hsin-I Chang and Dev Niyogi and Anil Kumar and Chandra M. Kishtawal and Jimy Dudhia and Fei Hu Chen and U. C. Mohanty and Marshall Shepherd},
  year={2009}
}
[1] The effect of pre-storm land surface on the monsoon depressions (MDs) is studied. The Weather Research Forecast (WRF) model was configured with two nested domains to explore the sensitivity of MDs to antecedent soil moisture and land surface representation for selected three landfalling MDs during August 2006. Results indicate that WRF had good ability to simulate the MDs, and the post landfall model response was sensitive to antecedent soil moisture and modestly dependent on land surface… CONTINUE READING

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