RAINDROP-SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS AND THE MEASUREMENT OF PRECIPITATION BY RADAR IN A MARITIME LOCALE
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The relevance of the measurement of raindrop-size distributions is discussed and data collection using a Joss distrometer is described. The most important sources of error in the experiment, due to both instrumental and environmental factors, are discussed. The results are analysed in a conventional manner, providing a relationship between rainfall rate and radar reflectivity factor.
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