The Ice Water Paths of Small and Large Ice Species in Hurricanes Arthur (2014) and Irene (2011)

@article{Kalina2017TheIW,
  title={The Ice Water Paths of Small and Large Ice Species in Hurricanes Arthur (2014) and Irene (2011)},
  author={Evan A. Kalina and Evan A. Kalina and Sergey Y. Matrosov and Sergey Y. Matrosov and Joseph Cione and Joseph Cione and F. Marks and Jothiram Vivekanandan and Robert A. Black and John C. Hubbert and Michael M. Bell and D. E. Kingsmill and Allen B. White},
  journal={Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology},
  year={2017},
  volume={56},
  pages={1383-1404}
}
AbstractDual-polarization scanning radar measurements, air temperature soundings, and a polarimetric radar-based particle identification scheme are used to generate maps and probability density functions (PDFs) of the ice water path (IWP) in Hurricanes Arthur (2014) and Irene (2011) at landfall. The IWP is separated into the contribution from small ice (i.e., ice crystals), termed small-particle IWP, and large ice (i.e., graupel and snow), termed large-particle IWP. Vertically profiling radar… 
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