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An ever increasing number of rainfall estimates is available. They are used in many important applications such as flood/drought monitoring, water management, or climate monitoring. Such data are especially valuable in sub-Saharan Africa where rainfall has considerable socio-economic impacts, while the gauge and radar networks are sparse. The choic...
Rainfall estimates based on satellite data are subject to errors in the position of the rainfall events in addition to errors in their intensity. This is especially true for localized rainfall events such as the convective rainstorms that occur during the monsoon season in sub-Saharan Africa. Many satellite-based estimates use gauge information for...
The article Effects of self-attraction and loading at a regional scale: a test case for the Northwest European Shelf, written by Maialen Irazoqui Apecechea, Martin Verlaan, Firmijn Zijl, Camille Le Coz and Herman Kernkamp, was originally published Online First without open access.
The impact of the self-attraction and loading effect (SAL) in a regional 2D barotropic tidal model has been assessed, a term with acknowledged and well-understood importance for global models but omitted for boundary-forced, regional models, for which the implementation of SAL is non-trivial due to its non-local nature. In order to understand the i...