Revisiting rainfall clustering and intermittency across different climatic regimes: CLUSTERING AND INTERMITTENCY IN RAINFALL

@inproceedings{Molini2009RevisitingRC,
  title={Revisiting rainfall clustering and intermittency across different climatic regimes: CLUSTERING AND INTERMITTENCY IN RAINFALL},
  author={Annalisa Molini and Gabriel G. Katul and Amilcare Porporato},
  year={2009}
}
[1] One of the vexing questions in rainfall research is the role of intermittency and its nonuniversal signature in anomalous scaling functions. Whether this lack of universal behavior is due to the bursting patterns in rainfall intensity or the alternation between long dry periods and highly clustered wet phases (or both) remains an open issue. To progress on a narrower scope of this problem, the effects of intermittency originating from rainfall occurrence are first separated from rainfall… CONTINUE READING

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