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Ensemble forecasting of tropical cyclone motion using a barotropic model. Part III: Combining perturbations of the environment and the vortex
Chan, J. C. L.Li, K. K.
This is the third in a series of papers to investigate the applicability of the ensemble forecasting (EF) technique in the prediction of tropical cyclone (TC) motion. In the previo...
Drought Mitigation in the United States: Progress by State Government
Wilhite, D.A.Rhodes, S.L.
Drought has been a recurrent feature of the American landscape in recent years, resulting in significant impacts in many economic sectors, including agriculture, transportation, en...
Drought preparedness planning: Building institutional capacity
Wilhite, D.A.Hayes, M.J.Knutson, C.L.
Economic costs of drought and rice farmers' coping mechanisms
Pandey, S.Bhandari, H.Hardy, B.
The nature and frequency of drought in subhumid regions, its impact on farmers' livelihoods, farmers' drought-coping strategies, and the welfare implications of drought have not be...
Emergency preparedness system for the Lower Mekong River Basin: a conceptual approach using earth observation and geomatics
Bonn, F.Aubé, G.Müller-Poitevien, C.Bénié, G.
With the aid of the Canadian Space Agency and the Canadian geospatial industry (Ærde, HCL, Strata 360), CARTEL is working in close collaboration with the Mekong River Commission (...
The Reservoir Stress Path And Its Implications For Water-Flooding, Champion Southeast Field, Brunei. In Alaska Rocks 2005, The 40th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics (USRMS)
Nelson, E. J.Hillis, R. R.Meyer, J. J.Mildren, S. D.Van Nispen, D.Briner, A.
A geomechanical study of the Champion Southeast (CPSE) field, Brunei was undertaken as part of the planning of a waterflood in the field. The key geomechanical issue addressed dete...
Hurricanes and global warming
Pielke, Jr, R.A.Landsea, C.W.Mayfield, M., Laver, JPasch, R.
Annual Cycle of Southeast Asia—Maritime Continent Rainfall and the Asymmetric Monsoon Transition
Chang, C.-P.Wang, Z.Mcbride, J.Liu, C.-W.
In general, the Bay of Bengal, Indochina Peninsula, and Philippines are in the Asian summer monsoon regime while the Maritime Continent experiences a wet monsoon during boreal wint...
Flooding in Jakarta Towards a blue city with improved water management
Caljouw, M.Nas, P. J.Pratiwo, M. R.
Sunday, 27 January 2002, a large ?ood swept down on Jakarta and inundated several parts of the city.1 From the evening of 27 January to the morning of 28 January rain came streamin...
Monitoring and predicting agricultural drought: a global study
Boken, V. K.Cracknell, A. P.Heathcote, R. L.
Climate Change in Malaysia
It has been more than 10 years since Malaysia ratified the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and developments since then have been encouraging, both lo...
A simulated soil moisture based drought analysis for the United States
Sheffield, J.Goteti, G.Wen, F.Wood, E. F.
Droughts have severe economic, environmental and social impacts. Timely determination of the current level of drought may aid the decision making process in reducing the impacts fr...
Global warming and western north Pacific typhoon activity from an observational perspective
Chan, J. C. L.K. S. Liu
Based on results from climate model simulations, many researchers have suggested that because of global warming, the sea surface temperature (SST) will likely increase, which will ...
Southeast Asian biodiversity: an impending disaster
Sodhi, N. S.Koh, L. P.Brook, B. W.Ng, P. K. L.
Southeast Asia has the highest relative rate of deforestation of any major tropical region, and could lose three quarters of its original forests by 2100 and up to 42% of its biodi...