Session 11B Radar Technologies and Applications, Part II

Thursday, 11 January 2018: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Room 17B (ACC) (Austin, Texas)
Host: 34th Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies
Mark B. Yeary, Univ. of Oklahoma, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Norman, OK; Kurt D. Hondl, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK and Michael J. Istok, NOAA/NWS, Office of Observations/Radar Operations Center, Silver Spring, MD

These sessions are devoted to current and next generation weather radars, with emphasis on radar meteorology science, weather radar applications, weather radar signal processing, weather radar prototype developments, and experimental weather radar data collections.

10:30 AM
Using Polarimetric Radar Data to Identify Potentially Hazardous Hail Accumulations
Aaron Ward, NWSFO, Amarillo, TX; and M. Kumjian, M. J. Bunkers, S. W. Bieda III, and R. J. Simpson
10:45 AM
A New Inanimate Class for the WSR-88D Hydrometeor Classification Algorithm
James M. Kurdzo, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA; and B. J. Bennett, D. J. Smalley, E. R. Williams, and M. F. Donovan
11:00 AM
Toward a Radar-Based Surface Probabilistic Rain and Snow Segregation
Pauline Marcelline Jaunet, Meteo-France, Toulouse, France; and P. E. Kirstetter and J. J. Gourley
11:15 AM
Improving the Detection Probability of Low Clutter-to-Signal Ratio Ground Clutter Contamination in the WSR-88D
Scott Ellis, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and G. Meymaris, J. C. Hubbert, M. J. Dixon, G. T. McGehee, J. C. Krause, and R. L. Ice
11:30 AM
Monitoring Radar Calibration Using Ground Clutter
Valery Melnikov, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and D. Zrnic, A. D. Free, R. Ice, and R. W. Macemon
11:45 AM
Differential Reflectivity Bias and Antenna Temperature
J. C. Hubbert, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and S. Ellis and M. Dixon
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