Esmaeil Abbasi

Esmaeil Abbasi
Persian Gulf University | PGU · Department of Environment

Assistant Professor (climatology)

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October 2013 - April 2016
Persian Gulf University, Bushehr
Position
  • PhD

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Severe thunderstorms are often accompanied by strong vertical air currents, temporary wind gusts, and heavy rainfall. The development of this atmospheric phenomenon over tropical shallow water zones, such as bays, can lead to intensification of atmospheric disturbances and produce a small-scale storm surge. Here, the storm surge that occurred on 19...
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Severe thunderstorms are often accompanied by strong vertical air currents, temporary wind gusts, and heavy rainfall. The development of this atmospheric phenomenon over tropical shallow water zones, such as bays, can lead to intensification of atmospheric disturbances and produce a small-scale storm surge. Here, the storm surge that occurred on 19...
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Background and purpose: The large-scale computational network of planetary models are not able to predict climatic variables on a regional scale. In other words, these models are affected by processes with a smaller scale than the model network in providing predictions of regional precipitation. Therefore, the model outputs should convert into a re...
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In recent years, dust storms with huge adverse impacts on the environment have become more frequent and intense in the southwest of Iran. The first step to control or influence the dust storm process is source identification. The objective of this study is to detect the major sources of dust storms in Bushehr Province of Iran using the analytic net...
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Climate change is a major threat to mangrove ecosystems worldwide but particularly those in arid regions that exist near the limit of tolerance to extremes in temperature, precipitation, and salinity. Here we examine Persian Gulf arid mangrove ecosystems from the Nayband and Mond Protected Area in the south-west region of Iran to determine the abil...
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Dust storms create hazards for human society in numerous ways and are particularly significant to people who are living in the dust belt which stretches in the west to the southwest of Iran. Numerus studies have been performed by scholars in various ways on this phenomenon which is still hot research topics throughout the world because of its criti...
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Supplementary for Assessing PM2.5 concentrations in Tehran, Iran, from space using MAIAC, deep blue, and dark target AOD and machine learning algorithms
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This study aims to explore the spatial estimation of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) using 10-km merged dark target and deep blue (DB_DT) Aerosol Optical Depth (AOD) and 1-km Multi-Angle Implementation of Atmos- pheric Correction (MAIAC) AOD over Tehran. The ability of four Machine Learning Algorithms (MLAs) to pre- dict PM2.5 concentrations is als...
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The occurrence of extreme climate events such as tropical storms, impresses annual irreparable hazards in the areas under its control. Recognition of these events and knowledge of the time of occurrence can be useful in the management of hazards caused by them. TCs 1 by dynamic and thermodynamic various factors such as sea surface temperatures and...
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Hail phenomenon is one of the hazardous weather phenomena that can make the highest amount of damage to farms, gardens, cars, rooftops, etc. in a very short time (a few minutes), depending on the diameter of the particles. One of the best ways to study this devastating climatic phenomenon is the use of atmospheric instability indices. The indices w...
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On the first day of June 2010, for the first time, an unprecedented tropical storms occurred as part of the water area between the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea when tropical cyclone Phet's name was left. The Trolpical cyclone Phet invaded the southeastern border of Iran; Chabahar Port, at 21:30 on 4th of June, 2010. The results indicate that ex...
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On the first day of June 2010, a very severe tropical storm occurred in the North Indian Ocean near the Arabian Sea, which was named Tropical Cyclone Phet (TCP). During its 7-day activity, the intensity of TCP reached to category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale. On June 4, 2010 at 21:30 local time, TCP hit the southeast of Sistan and Baluch...
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Tropical storm is a one of the major hazards that threat the southern coastal zones of Iran. Understanding of such hazards and knowledge of the time of their occurrence could be useful in the management of accidents caused by them. The aim of this study is analysis of the dynamism and hazards of recent tropical storm formed over the Arabian Sea is...
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Background One of the natural phenomena which have had considerable impacts on various regions of the world, including Iran, is “dust storm”. In recent years, this phenomenon has taken on new dimensions in Iran and has changed from a local problem to a national issue. This study is an attempt to investigate the formation of the dust storms crossing...

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