Peter May
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The tropical warm pool international cloud experiment
PT May, JH Mather, G Vaughan, C Jakob, GM McFarquhar, KN Bower, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89 (5), 629-646, 2008
Using dual-polarized radar and dual-frequency profiler for DSD characterization: A case study from Darwin, Australia
VN Bringi, CR Williams, M Thurai, PT May
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 26 (10), 2107-2122, 2009
Temperature sounding by RASS with wind profiler radars: A preliminary study
PT May, RG Strauch, KP Moran, WL Ecklund
IEEE transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 28 (1), 19-28, 1990
The Maritime Continent—Thunderstorm Experiment (MCTEX): Overview and some results
T Keenan, S Rutledge, R Carbone, J Wilson, T Takahashi, P May, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (10), 2433-2456, 2000
Assessment of CloudSat reflectivity measurements and ice cloud properties using ground-based and airborne cloud radar observations
A Protat, D Bouniol, J Delanoë, E O’Connor, PT May, A Plana-Fattori, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 26 (9), 1717-1741, 2009
Sensitivity of 5-cm wavelength polarimetric radar variables to raindrop axial ratio and drop size distribution
TD Keenan, LD Carey, DS Zrnić, PT May
Journal of Applied Meteorology 40 (3), 526-545, 2001
Vertical velocity characteristics of deep convection over Darwin, Australia
PT May, DK Rajopadhyaya
Monthly Weather Review 127 (6), 1056-1071, 1999
Drop-size distribution characteristics in tropical mesoscale convective systems
R Cifelli, CR Williams, DK Rajopadhyaya, SK Avery, KS Gage, PT May
Journal of Applied Meteorology 39 (6), 760-777, 2000
The statistical characteristics of convective cells in a monsoon regime (Darwin, Northern Australia)
PT May, A Ballinger
Monthly weather review 135 (1), 82-92, 2007
The Sydney 2000 World Weather Research Programme Forecast Demonstration Project: Overview and Current Status: Overview and Current Status
T Keenan, P Joe, J Wilson, C Collier, B Golding, D Burgess, P May, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 84 (8), 1041-1054, 2003
The role of potential vorticity generation in tropical cyclone rainbands
PT May, GJ Holland
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 56 (9), 1224-1228, 1999
Gravity waves generated by convection in the Darwin area during the Darwin Area Wave Experiment
MJ Alexander, PT May, JH Beres
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 109 (D20), 2004
The accuracy of RASS temperature measurements
PT May, KP Moran, RG Strauch
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 28 (12), 1329-1335, 1989
Polarimetric radar measurements of tropical rain at a 5-cm wavelength
PT May, TD Keenan, DS Zrnić, LD Carey, SA Rutledge
Journal of Applied Meteorology 38 (6), 750-765, 1999
The altitude coverage of temperature measurements using RASS with wind profiler radars
PT May, RG Strauch, KP Moran
Geophysical research letters 15 (12), 1381-1384, 1988
First results with the Adelaide VHF radar: Spaced antenna studies of tropospheric winds
RA Vincent, PT May, WK Hocking, WG Elford, BH Candy, BH Briggs
Journal of atmospheric and terrestrial physics 49 (4), 353-366, 1987
SCOUT-O3/ACTIVE: High-altitude aircraft measurements around deep tropical convection
G Vaughan, C Schiller, AR MacKenzie, K Bower, T Peter, H Schlager, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89 (5), 647-662, 2008
A general approach to the retrieval of raindrop size distributions from wind profiler Doppler spectra: Modeling results
DK Rajopadhyaya, PT May, RA Vincent
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 10 (5), 710-717, 1993
CPOL radar-derived drop size distribution statistics of stratiform and convective rain for two regimes in Darwin, Australia
M Thurai, VN Bringi, PT May
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 27 (5), 932-942, 2010
Interpretation, reliability and accuracies of parameters deduced by the spaced antenna method in middle atmosphere applications
WK Hocking, P May, J Röttger
pure and applied geophysics 130 (2), 571-604, 1989
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