Observations of Tropical Cyclones by Remote-Sensing Instruments and their Applications

P.W. Chan
Hong Kong Observatory, Hong Kong, China

Series: Earth Sciences in the 21st Century
BISAC: SCI019000

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Tropical cyclones could bring about hazardous weather to the affected areas, including high winds and heavy rain. Located at a subtropical, coastal region, Hong Kong is normally under the influence of at least several tropical cyclones every summer. In order to monitor the adverse weather associated with the tropical cyclones, a number of remote-sensing meteorological instruments are operated by the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO). This book summarizes the observations by these sophisticated remote-sensing meteorological instruments for tropical cyclones affecting the south China coastal areas near Hong Kong. (Imprint: Nova)

1. Introduction

2. Instruments

3. Wind observations

4. Identification of windshear features

5. Calculation of turbulence intensity

6. Radiometer observation

7. Conclusions

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