33rd Conference on Radar Meteorology

Poster Session P2


Quantitative Precipitation Estimation and Hydrological Applications

 P2.1Improvements on quantitative precipitation estimation by radar applying a VPR correction method based on separating precipitation types  
María Franco, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya / GRAHI, Barcelona, Spain; and R. Sánchez-Diezma, I. Zawadzki, and D. Sempere-Torres
 P2.2Development of an Advanced System of Integration and Georeferenciation of Meteorological Information (SIGMA)  
Rafael Sánchez-Diezma, HYDS, Barcelona, Spain; and D. Sempere-Torres, D. Forcadell, M. Córdoba, E. Vilaclara, T. Rigo, and S. Segalà
 P2.3On quality indicators for radar-based river flow forecasts  extended abstract
Chris G. Collier, University of Salford, Salford, United Kingdom
 P2.4Consider the wind drift effects in the radar-raingauge comparisons  extended abstract
Lei Feng, National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Sindian City, Taipei County, Taiwan; and B. J. Jou
 P2.5The HydroMet Decision Support System: operational applications in hydrology and flash flood prediction  
J. William Conway, Weather Decision Technologies, Inc., Norman, OK; and C. Barrere, G. Formentini, L. Lago, A. Rossa, and M. Calza
 P2.6Improvement of accuacy of radar rainfall rate by real-time ClassZR  extended abstract
Jeong-Hee Kim, Korea Meteorological Administration, Seoul, South Korea; and D. I. Lee, M. Jang, G. J. Seo, G. O. Lee, and K. E. Kim
 P2.7The radar investigation of the small scale structure of precipitation in orographically forced and normal conditions  
Geoffrey L. Austin, Univ. of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and A. Peace and G. Manley
 P2.8Ensemble radar precipitation estimation for hydrology in the Alps  
Urs Germann, MeteoSwiss, Locarno-Monti, Switzerland; and K. Friedrich and M. Zappa
 P2.9A physically-based multivariate-regression approach for downscaling NEXRAD precipitation in mountainous terrain  
Huade Guan, Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia; and H. Xie and J. L. Wilson
 P2.10The estimation of rainfall by radar—50 years on  
Geoffrey L. Austin, Univ. of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and A. Peace, B. Austin, and I. Cluckie
 P2.11URBAS Radar—an approach to flash flood statistics  
Andreas Wagner, German Met. Service, Hohenpeissenberg, Germany; and J. E. E. Seltmann and T. Einfalt
 P2.12The value of portable radars in improving precipitation estimation over complex terrain: Results from the 2005–2006 HydroMet Testbed Project in the American river basin  
David P. Jorgensen, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and J. J. Gourley and S. Matrosov
 P2.13The Operational Very Short Range Forecast of Precipitation and its Hydrological Applications in South Korea  extended abstract
Hyo-Kyung Kim, Korea Meteorological Administration / MRI, Seoul, South Korea; and J. H. Choi, K. Y. Nam, K. H. Chang, and S. N. Oh
 P2.14Heteroskedasticity and the Weighted Least Square Method in Radar Rainfall Estimate  extended abstract
Wenyao Pu, Nanjing University, Dalian, Liaoning, China; and M. Wei, H. Li, Y. He, S. Yu, and Z. Huang
 P2.15Development of enhanced quantitative radar precipitation estimates and related hydro-meteorological applications  
Rafael Sánchez-Diezma, HYDS, Barcelona, Spain; and D. Sempere, D. Forcadell, M. Franco, E. Vilaclara, L. Trapero, T. Rigo, J. Bech, E. Velasco, and F. Ballester

Monday, 6 August 2007: 1:30 PM-3:30 PM, Halls C & D

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