Field Project Experience
· 1993 Dec., Radar Operator and Microphysics Scientist on a NOAA P3 research aircraft (16 flight hours), Coastal Observations And Simulations with Topography(COAST I)
· 1995 Dec., Radar/Microphysics Scientist on a NOAA P3 research aircraft (50 flight hours) and planning/designing of the flight modules (see Fig. 2 of Bond et al. 1997), Coastal Observations And Simulations with Topography (COAST II)
COAST Project during the Postdoctoral Research
research was mainly working on the numerical simulation of the
The figure above shows clearly multiple rainbands intercepting the coastal mountains. Low-level wind is mostly southerly to southwesterly ahead of the leading principal rainband, and wind veers to westerly behind the rainband. The main objective of the COAST project is to advance our understanding of the complex interaction between storm precipitation and coastal topography.
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