Atmospheric Science (Advances in Geosciences) by Jai Ho Oh

By Jai Ho Oh

This useful quantity set of Advances in Geosciences keeps the wonderful culture of the Asia-Oceania medical group in offering the main updated learn effects on quite a lot of geosciences and environmental technology. the data is key to the certainty of the consequences of weather switch, severe weathers at the so much populated areas and quickest relocating economies on this planet. along with, those volumes additionally spotlight unique papers from many prestigious learn associations that are doing leading edge learn in atmospheric physics, hydrological technological know-how and water source, ocean technology and coastal research, planetary exploration and sun procedure technology, seismology, tsunamis, higher atmospheric physics and house technology.

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2). The characteristics of rainfall change derived from KMAR shows similar pattern to that obtained from CRUR. The average and standard deviation of July rainfall decreased from the PI to PII period. For August rainfall, however, average and its standard deviation increased in the PII compared to the PI period. Changma and Shifting Peak in Summer Rainfall of Korea 39 4. 1. 11,12 We examined the relationship between SST and Korean rainfall for both periods to understand whether SST exerts any control on the shift of Korean rainfall peak (Fig.

2004CB418301) and Key Lab for Meteorological Disaster Experiment, NUIST (KLME060204). References 1. W. Lijuan, G. Zhaoyong and H. Jinhai, J. Nanjing Institute Meteorol. 30 (2007) 145–152. 2. X. Wenbing, L. Jiangnan and Y. Cai, J. Trop. Meteorol. 23 (2007) 90–97. 3. S. Tingfei and L. Huibang, J. Tropical Meteorol. 19 (2003) 17–26. 4. Y. Dandan, Z. Ren and H. Mei, J. Tropical Meteorol. 23 (2007) 78–84. 5. W. Guoxiong and C. Jifan, Beijing (Science Press, 2002), pp. 36–47. 6. L. Riyu, J. Meteorol.

The analog method is based on the assumption that the progress of a drought will be similar to that of the previous one if the climatic conditions at present are similar to those at the time at which the previous drought occurred. The analog method has been adopted mainly when it is required to predict droughts in spite of poor understanding of their causes. , 1981; Bergen and Harnack, 1982; Gutzler and Shukla, 1984). Furthermore, previous studies pointed out that the analog method was more useful for long-term predictions than for Prediction of Regional Drought Over Korea Using an Analog Method 49 short-term predictions (Park and Lee, 2003; Xavier and Goswami, 2007).

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