New Clues to PMPby Vance A. Myer,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Waterpower '89
Abstract: Great changes have occurred in meterology in the last two decades. Formerly, weather data were available for forecasting and climatological analyses only at points - at weather stations. Now there is complete areal coverage in observing the atmosphere, by radar and by weather satellite. Pilot projects are underway to apply these new data, along with a new look at rainfall data, as aids to defining the variation of Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP) from region to region of the United States more precisely.
Subject Headings: Data processing | Weather forecasting | Rainfall | Data collection | Hydrologic data | Data analysis | North America | United States
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