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Estimation of mean water vapour residence time during tropical cyclones using a Lagrangian approach

Tropical cyclone (TC)-related rainfall mostly depends on the atmospheric moisture uptake from local and remote sources. In this study, the mean water vapour residence time (MWVRT) was computed for precipitation...

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Verification of tropical cyclones (TC) wind structure forecasts from global NWP models and ensemble prediction systems (EPSs)

Forecasting wind structure of tropical cyclone (TC) is vital in assessment of impact due to high winds using Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) model. The usual verification technique on TC wind structure...

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REVIEW OF THE STATUS OF URBAN FLOOD MONITORING AND FORECASTING IN TC REGION

With the impacts of rapid urbanization and climate change, the urban flood has increasingly become a major hazard risk faced by human being in recent decades. The catastrophic urban flood events appear...

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Minimal conceptual models for tropical cyclone intensification

We examine a hierarchy of minimal conceptual models for tropical cyclone intensification. These models are framed mostly in terms of axisymmetric balance dynamics. In the first set of models, the heating...

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Policy Considerations On Hurricane Induced Human Displacement: Lessons From Cyclone Sidr And Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane or Cyclone is an extreme environment and climate event that has both long-term and short-term impact, and produces environmental emergency displacement. This study has focused on two devastating...

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Spatio-temporal behaviours of tropical cyclones over the bay of Bengal Basin in last five decades

Present research is an endeavour to scrutinise the spatio-temporal climatic characteristics of tropical cyclones (TCs) bustle in the Bay of Bengal basin, found in RSMC-IMD data all through 1971–2020....

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Spatio-temporal variation of cyclone intensity over the coastal region of Bangladesh using 134 years track analysis

The cyclone tracks from 1877 to 2020 were analyzed to detect the spatial and temporal intensity. The tracks were gathered from previously published works. The previous articles' tracks were digitized...

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Tropical cyclone track and intensity prediction skill of GFS model over NIO during 2019 & 2020

The Tropical Cyclone (TC) track prediction using different NWP models and its verification is the critical task to provide prior knowledge about the model errors, which is beneficial for giving the...

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Recent progress on the seasonal tropical cyclone predictions over the western North Pacific from 2014 to 2020

This study summarized the procedure for the seasonal predictions of tropical cyclones (TCs) over the western North Pacific (WNP), which is currently operating at the Korea Meteorological Administration...

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Characteristics of rainstorm in Fujian induced by typhoon passing through Taiwan Island

Based on the typhoon track and intensity data and the precipitation data of typhoon in China during 1961–2020, the overall characteristics of the rainstorm in Fujian caused by typhoon passing though...

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Review of the achievement of ssop and its inspiration for future regional cooperation

Countries in Asia and the Pacific are more prone to natural disasters than those in other parts of the world. Because of this, there is an urgent need to continue developing effective, end-to-end early...

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The dynamic forecast method of convective vorticity vector

In this paper we introduce the convective vorticity vector and its application in the forecast and diagnosis of rainstorm. Convective vorticity vector is a parameter of vector field, different from...

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An Evaluation of the Advanced Dvorak Technique (9.0) for the tropical cyclones over the North Indian Ocean

The Advanced Dvorak Technique (ADT) is used by tropical cyclone prediction centres around the world to accurately evaluate the intensity of tropical cyclones (TCs) from meteorological operational satellites....

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Analysis of AI-based techniques for forecasting water level according to rainfall

Water level forecasting according to rainfall is important for water resource management and disaster prevention. Existing hydrological analysis is accompanied by difficulties in water level forecasting...

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Comparison of the performance of a hydrologic model and a deep learning technique for rainfall- runoff analysis

Rainfall-runoff analysis is the most important and basic analysis in water resources management and planning. Conventional rainfall-runoff analysis methods generally have used hydrologic models. Rainfall-runoff...

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2020 tropical cyclones in the Philippines: A review

The official website of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said more tropical cyclones (TCs) enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) than...

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Estimating tropical cyclone surface winds: Current status, emerging technologies, historical evolution, and a look to the future

This article provides a review of tropical cyclone (TC) surface wind estimation from an operational forecasting perspective. First, we provide a summary of operational forecast center practices and...

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An observational and modeling study of a sea fog event over the yellow and east China seas on 17 March 2014

The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) satellite imagery, weather charts, objectively reanalyzed data, the observational data and station sounding data were analyzed to investigate...

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Characteristics of fog in relation to tropical cyclone intensity: A case study for IGI airport New Delhi

Widespread catastrophic fog episodes in polluted northern India have been attributed to tropical cyclone activity in the Bay of Bengal & Arabian Sea; however, limited studies have been conducted on...

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Large tropical cyclone track forecast errors of global numerical weather prediction models in western North Pacific basin

Although tropical cyclone (TC) track forecast errors (TFEs) of operational warning centres have substantially decreased in recent decades, there are still many cases with large TFEs. The International...

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Review and prospects of strategies and measures for typhoon-related disaster risk reduction under public emergencies in TC region

The unexpectedly outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, as a public emergency, has impacted the way of human behavior deeply and widely in today's society, including the countermeasures of typhoon-related...

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Typhoon Hato's precipitation characteristics based on PERSIANN

Heavy precipitation induced by typhoons is the main driver of catastrophic flooding, and studying precipitation patterns is important for flood forecasting and early warning. Studying the space-time...

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Flash flood modeling in the data-poor basin: A case study in Matina River Basin

Forecasting flooding hazards is a very effective non-engineering measure for flood control. Presently, the commonly used forecasting method in simulating flash flood events is through a watershed hydrological...

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Flood forecasting scheme of Nanshui reservoir based on Liuxihe model

China experiences one of the most frequent flood disasters in the world. Establishing accurate and reliable flood prediction program is the key to deal with flood disasters. Nanshui Reservoir Basin,...

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Flood modeling of Sungai Pinang Watershed under the impact of urbanization

Urbanization has been a worldwide development trend, which regulates river courses, impervious surfaces and drainage systems. Urbanization causes hydrological effects, including increased runoff volumes,...

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