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Abstract A new, higher‐resolution version of the regional forecast system was implemented into operations at the Canadian Meteorological Centre during 1995. The new version of the regional finite‐element forecast model is run at 35‐km resolution in the horizontal and 28 sigma levels in the...
Abstract Diurnal changes in the local atmospheric moisture budget over the Canadian Prairies are computed using sequential radiosonde soundings from the 1991 Regional Evaporation Study (RES‐91). Previous attempts to estimate evapotranspiration with radiosonde data have used either similarity...
Abstract The dynamics of a case of cyclogenesis over the central Mediterranean associated with heavy precipitation, especially over the southeast Aegean Sea, have been investigated on the basis of the analyses of two meteorological parameters, namely, the isobaric absolute and relative vorticity...
Abstract Numerical simulations, with a compressible model, show transient tornadoes with an axial windspeed that exceeds the speed of sound. In general, and even when the flow is subsonic, compressibility decreases the extremes in the windspeeds, as compared with a corresponding incompressible...
Abstract High river temperatures have been linked to pre‐spawning mortalities in salmon returning to their natal streams. As a first step in predicting these temperatures, flow and temperature models were developed for the Fraser and Thompson Rivers in British Columbia. The flow model is...
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