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Application of Multiple Detection Data in the Impact Analysis of Typhoon Lionrock

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DOI: 10.23977/envcp.2022.010102 | Downloads: 18 | Views: 1155

Author(s)

Chenxiao Shi 1,2, Chunhua Wang 3, Jianhua Du 1,2

Affiliation(s)

1 Hainan Province Meteorological Information Center, Haikou, Hainan, 57020, China
2 Key Laboratory of South China Sea Meteorological Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Haikou, Hainan, 570203, China
3 Qionghai City Meteorological Bureau, Qiongha, Hainan, 571400, China

Corresponding Author

Chunhua Wang

ABSTRACT

This research analyzes the rainfall and wind process of Typhoon Lionrock by integrating conventional and unconventional detection data. The results indicate that: 1) Typhoon Lionrock was generated offshore, during which water vapor replenished and cold air moved continuously southward, bringing a large storm to Hainan Island and the southern and western regions of Guangdong; 2) The combination of vertical velocity of the wind profiler radar and PWV, TBB can accurately show the cloud and rain occurrence region and anticipate the development, occurrence, and termination of typhoon precipitation; it also correlates well with the intensity of precipitation. 3) The horizontal wind field of wind profiler radar and the MTCSWA wind field map can accurately reflect the movement process of typhoons, and areas with strong winds; 4) The analysis based on satellite cloud map and radar data revealed that the overall structure of Typhoon Lionrock is loose, which can be further analyzed in conjunction with other observation data. 

KEYWORDS

Multiple Detection Data, Rainfall, Gale, Analysis, Application

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Chenxiao Shi, Chunhua Wang, Jianhua Du, Application of Multiple Detection Data in the Impact Analysis of Typhoon Lionrock. Environment and Climate Protection (2022) Vol. 1: 13-23. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/envcp.2022.010102.

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