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El uso de la ciencia ciudadana en el estudio de las granizadas

Carme Farnell, Tomeu Rigo

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El uso de la ciencia ciudadana en el estudio de las granizadas

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Farnell Barque, Carme; Rigo, Tomeu: Alertas de tiempo severo mediante descargas eléctricas: el algoritmo del Lightning Jump en el Servei Meteorològic de Catalunya, 2019, Sexto Simposio Nacional De Predicción — Memorial Antonio Mestre, Agencia Estatal de Meteorología

Farnell, Carme; Rigo, Tomeu; Martin-Vide, Javier: Application of cokriging techniques for the estimation of hail size, Theoretical and applied climatology, 131, 1-2, 133-151, 2018, Springer

Rigo, Tomeu; Farnell, C: Using maximum Vertical Integrated Liquid (VIL ) maps for identifying hail-affected areas: an operative application for agricultural purposes, Tethys: revista meteorología y climatología mediterránea, 16, 15-24, 2019, Associació Catalana de Meteorologia

Farnell, C; Rigo, T; Pineda, N: Lightning jump as a nowcast predictor: application to severe weather events in Catalonia, Atmospheric Research, 183, 130-141, 2017, Elsevier

Farnell, C; Rigo, T; Pineda, N: Exploring radar and lightning variables associated with the Lightning Jump. Can we predict the size of the hail?, Atmospheric Research, 202, 175-186, 2018, Elsevier

Farnell, Carme; Rigo, Tomeu: The Lightning Jump Algorithm for Nowcasting Convective Rainfall in Catalonia, Atmosphere, 11, 4, 397, 2020, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

otros autores:

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