Special Issue "Analysis of Oceanic and Terrestrial Atmospheric Moisture Sources"
A special issue of Atmosphere (ISSN 2073-4433). This special issue belongs to the section "Biosphere/Hydrosphere/Land–Atmosphere Interactions".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2019) | Viewed by 10168
Interests: nonlinear physics; geophysical fluid dynamics; Lagrangian transport; meteorological and oceanographical modelling
Interests: climate diagnosis; health; droughts; extreme precipitation
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Interests: precipitation and hydrometeorological processes; climate modeling and climate change analysis; climate processes and interactions
Interests: precipitation and hydrometeorological processes; climate modeling; climate processes and interactions
2. Environmental Physics Laboratory (EPhysLab), CIM-UVIGO, Universidade de Vigo, 32004 Orense, Spain
Interests: sources and sinks of moisture; atmospheric transport; synoptic meteorology; Lagrangian and Eulerian models; atmospheric rivers
Recent improvements in the analysis of precipitation trends and moisture advection processes have been revealing the growing importance of proper identification of the origin of the moisture associated with major hydrometeorological systems. This appropriate identification of the moisture sources involved in the primary atmospheric mechanisms resulting in precipitation events will help to better understand and conveniently predict their future evolution.
This Special Issue entitled “Analysis of Oceanic and Terrestrial Atmospheric Moisture Sources” aims to encompass novel manuscripts related to moisture sources which may be analyzed together with the associated sinks and transport processes. Works related to atmospheric rivers, low-level jets, extreme precipitation, hydrological cycle, moisture tracers, and Lagrangian or Eulerian analysis of the moisture spatial evolution are very welcome, along with any other related work that could help the current state of the art of hydroclimatology processes.
Prof. Dr. Vicente Pérez-Muñuzuri
Prof. Dr. Raquel Nieto
Prof. Dr. Francina Dominguez
Prof. Dr. Gonzalo Miguez-Macho
Dr. Jorge Eiras-Barca
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- moisture sources
- Lagrangian methods
- Eulerian tracers
- moisture transport
- evaporation and precipitation