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Title Weather extremes of 2011 in climate perspective : taking attribution science to the limits.

Imprint Boston : American Meteorological Society, 2012.

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 Axe Special Collections  551.6 W378 2012    ---  Lib Use Only
Description p. 944-1108 : col. ill., col. maps ; 27 cm.
Series Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society ; v. 93, no.7
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society ; v. 93, no. 7.
Note Cover title.
Content available online.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The 2011 tornadoes and the future of tornado research / K.M. Simmons, D. Sutter-- Herbert Riehl: intrepid and enigmatic scholar / J.M. Lewis, M.G. Fearon, H.E. Klieforth -- Aerosol effects on microstructure and intensity of tropical cyclones / D. Rosenfeld et al. -- The role of the Pacific ENSO Applications Climate Center in reducing vulnerability to climate hazards: experience from the U.S.-affiliated Pacific islands / T.A. Schroeder et al. -- Demonstrating the potential for first-class research in underdeveloped countries: research on stratospheric aerosols and cirrus clouds optical properties, and radiative effects in Cuba (1988-2010) / J.C. Antu~na Marrero, R. Estevan Arredondo, B. Barja Gonzalez -- The GOES-R proving ground: accelerating user readiness for the next-generation geostationary environmental satellite system / S.J. Goodman et al. -- Explaining extreme events of 2011 from a climate perspective / T.C. Peterson, P.A. Stott, S. Herring.
Subject Climatology.

 
    
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