DatasetComposite case of conditions leading to high peak precipitation intensities in the Netherlands

?titleComposite case of conditions leading to high peak precipitation intensities in the Netherlands
?creatororcidLoriaux, J.M.
?creatorLenderink, G.
?creatororcidSiebesma, A.P.
?contributorTU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geoscience, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing
?date accepted2016-10-03
?date created2016
?date published2016
?description
This data set contains the atmospheric profiles and large scale forcing conditions used in the paper "Large-scale controls on extreme precipitation" in Journal of Climate, following the paper “Peak precipitation intensity in relation to atmospheric conditions and large-scale forcing at midlatitudes (doi: 10.1002/2015JD024274)” in Journal of Geophysical Research. This dataset is a composite case of the atmospheric conditions surrounding precipitation events with peak intensities in the upper decile over the Netherlands, including its temporal evolution from 12 hours prior to 12 hours after the peak intensity was recorded.
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?publisherTU Delft
?subjectAtmosphere ● Atmospheric sciences ● Climate ● Environmental sciences ● Extreme events ● Meteorology ● Precipitation
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?related publicationnew windowPeak precipitation intensity in relation to atmospheric conditions and large-scale forcing at midlatitudes (article, 2016)
DATA
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contents of this dataset:
initprofiles.csv
largescalefluxes.csv
largescaleprofiles.csv
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