Tag: Olivier Prat

Dec 9, 2016

CICS-NC at AGU Fall 2016

CICS-NC scientists contributed to more than a dozen presentations and posters for the Fall 2016 meeting of the American Geophysical Society (AGU) December 12-16, 2016, in San…

 
Dec 9, 2016

CICS-NC at AGU Fall 2016

CICS-NC scientists contributed to more than dozen presentations and posters for the Fall 2016 meeting of the American Geophysical Society (AGU) December 12-16, 2016, in…

Nov 2, 2016

On the Link between Tropical Cyclones and Daily Rainfall Extremes Derived from Global Satellite Observations

Understanding the frequency and intensity of extreme precipitation events in relation to tropical cyclones is critical to the development of infrastructure in affected areas. Authors…

Olivier Prat

Quantitative Precipitation Estimation

Dr. Olivier Prat has worked on precipitation science for over 10 years. His work bridges theoretical modeling and observations. As a postdoctoral researcher at Duke…

Apr 1, 2016

Assessment and Implications of NCEP Stage IV Quantitative Precipitation Estimates for Product Intercomparisons

Olivier Prat of CICS-NC is a contributing author on a paper in Weather and Forecasting that explores and assesses the stage IV quantitative precipitation estimates…

Feb 27, 2015

PERSIANN: Climate Data Record and Smartphone App

The Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (CHRS) at the University of California, Irvine, a partner of CICS-NC, has developed a smartphone/tablet application called “RainMapper”…

Oct 29, 2014

The Impact of Raindrop Collisional Processes on the Polarimetric Radar Variables

Olivier Prat of CICS-NC and co-author Matthew Kumjian recently examined the complex, very small-scale processes of rainfall by combining model simulations of rainfall microphysics with…

Oct 1, 2013

Quantifying Tropical Cyclone Rainfall

Tropical cyclones (TCs) constitute one of the major natural disasters around the world as well as an important source of fresh water over areas prone…

Apr 19, 2013

Quantitative Precipitation Estimates for the SE US

The precipitation climatology of the Southeastern United States spans a very broad spectrum of precipitation regimes. A warm season that is characterized by isolated thunderstorms,…