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by Federico, Stefano, Torcasio, Rosa Claudia, Avolio, Elenio, Caumont, Olivier, Montopoli, Mario, Baldini, Luca, Vulpiani, Gianfranco and Dietrich, Stefano
Reference:
Federico, Stefano, Torcasio, Rosa Claudia, Avolio, Elenio, Caumont, Olivier, Montopoli, Mario, Baldini, Luca, Vulpiani, Gianfranco and Dietrich, Stefano, 2019: The impact of lightning and radar reflectivity factor data assimilation on the very short-term rainfall forecasts of RAMS@ISAC: application to two case studies in ItalyNatural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 19, 1839-1864.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{Federico_2019,
  author        = {Stefano Federico and Rosa Claudia Torcasio and Elenio Avolio and Olivier Caumont and Mario Montopoli and Luca Baldini and Gianfranco Vulpiani and Stefano Dietrich},
  title         = {The impact of lightning and radar reflectivity factor data assimilation on the very short-term rainfall forecasts of {RAMS}@{ISAC}: application to two case studies in Italy},
  journal       = {Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences},
  year          = {2019},
  volume        = {19},
  number        = {8},
  pages         = {1839--1864},
  month         = {aug},
  copublication = {N: a Es, b It, c Fr},
  doi           = {10.5194/nhess-19-1839-2019},
  owner         = {hymexw},
  publisher     = {Copernicus {GmbH}},
  timestamp     = {2020-01-14},
}