In this Issue – April 2014

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Meteorological Technology International

April 2014

The April 2014 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

STORM SURGE MODELING : Despite catastrophic storm surge events, the global death toll remains small due to more available prediction and information dissemination

WEATHER RESEARCH FORECASTING MODEL : Used in more than 150 countries by more than 25,000 users, the WRF system is possibly the most flexible NMP
model in the world

FORMULAE FOR TORNADOES : Operational monitoring of the strength of a storm would be
more accurate using algorithms, models and formulae

UAVs: AN ESSENTIAL MET TOOL : Unmanned aerial vehicles for predicting and evaluating
volcanic ashes, landslides and flood patterns are key to disaster management and a host of other applications

AERODROME FORECASTING : Aerodrome weather reports can be broken down into
meteorological parameters and then analyzed with regard to cloud data

RADIOSONDE TESTING : Radiosonde trials have been assessed by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute and the UK Met Office


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