This document is a compilation of publications of the Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Research for calendar year 1996. If you wish further information, or a reprint, please contact the author of the article or the publisher. Currently, there are 6 publications, papers, or other works listed for 1996.
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- Jenkins, G.S., K.I. Mohr, V. R. Morris, and O. Arino (1996). The role of convective processes over the Zaire-Congo Basin to the southern hemisphere ozone maximum Journal of Geophysical Research, 102, 18,963-18,980
- Mohr, K.I., and E.J. Zipser (1996). Mesoscale convective systems defined by their 85 GHz ice scattering signature: Size and intensity comparison over tropical oceans and continents Monthly Weather Review, 124, 2417-2437
- Mohr, K.I., and E.J. Zipser (1996). Defining mesoscale convective systems by their 85 GHz ice scattering signature Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 77, 1179-1189
- Mohr, K.I., E.R. Toracinta , E.J. Zipser , and R.E. Orville (1996). A comparison of WSR-88D reflectivities, SSM/I brightness temperatures, and lightning for mesoscale convective systems in Texas. Part II: SSM/I brightness temperatures and lightning. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 35, 919-931
- Toracinta E.R. , K.I. Mohr, E.J. Zipser , and R.E. Orville (1996). A comparison of WSR-88D reflectivities, SSM/I brightness temperatures, and lightning for mesoscale convective systems in Texas. Part I: Radar reflectivity and lightning Journal of Applied Meteorology, 35, 902-918
- Wang P., J. Wang, and Y. Chen (1996). Difference in wind field anomaly effect over the study regions during El Nino episode J. Nanjing Inst. Meteorol., 19, 96-100