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Impacts of Urbanization on Precipitation and Storms: Physical Insights and VulnerabilitiesAuthor(s): J. M. Shepherd
Source: Climate Vulnerability, Volume 5, 109-125
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionOn January 19, 2011, an unusual weather event occurred. The National Weather Service Web site (http://www.crh.noaa. gov/news/display_cmsstory.php?wfo¼ddc&storyid¼62980& source¼0) described the event in the following way: “the atmosphere was cold and moist with low clouds and fog preceding the formation of the snow.
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CitationShepherd, J. M. 2013. Impacts of Urbanization on Precipitation and Storms: Physical Insights and Vulnerabilities. Climate Vulnerability, Volume 5, 109-125 18 p.
Keywordsclimate vulnerability, urbanization, precipitation, storms
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