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Nowcasting severe convective activity over southeast India using ground‐based microwave radiometer observations
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan, M Venkat Ratnam, J Bhate, CV Naidu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (1), 1-13, 2013
1362013
Development of a perfect prognosis probabilistic model for prediction of lightning over south-east India
M Rajeevan, A Madhulatha, M Rajasekhar, J Bhate, A Kesarkar, BVA Rao
Journal of Earth System Science 121, 355-371, 2012
542012
Impact of different parameterization schemes on simulation of mesoscale convective system over south-east India
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 130, 49-65, 2018
252018
All-sky radiance simulation of Megha-Tropiques SAPHIR microwave sensor using multiple scattering radiative transfer model for data assimilation applications
A Madhulatha, JP George, EN Rajagopal
Journal of Earth System Science 126, 1-16, 2017
162017
Impact of assimilation of conventional and satellite radiance GTS observations on simulation of mesoscale convective system over Southeast India using WRF-3DVar
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan, SKR Bhowmik, AK Das
Pure and Applied Geophysics 175, 479-500, 2018
92018
Impact of different nesting methods on the simulation of a severe convective event over South Korea using the Weather Research and Forecasting Model
A Madhulatha, SJ Choi, JY Han, SY Hong
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126 (5), e2020JD033084, 2021
82021
Observational aspects of tropical mesoscale convective systems over southeast India
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan, TS Mohan, SB Thampi
Journal of Earth System Science 129, 1-26, 2020
82020
Simulation of latent heating rate from the microphysical process associated with Mesoscale Convective System over Korean Peninsula
A Madhulatha, J Dudhia, RS Park, M Rajeevan
Earth and Space Science 9 (9), e2022EA002419, 2022
42022
Evaluation of the WRF and Quasi-Lagrangian Model (QLM) for Cyclone Track Prediction Over Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change
YV Rama Rao, A MadhuLatha, P Suneetha
Springer, the Netherlands (Book Chapter), doi 10, 978-90, 0
4
Intriguing aspects of rainfall initiation over rainshadow region during boreal summer monsoon
TS Mohan, KN Kumar, A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan
Atmospheric Research 261, 105746, 2021
32021
Evaluation of cloud hydrometers from Korean Integrated Model (KIM) using multi reanalysis products and satellite observations
A Madhulatha, RS Park, JY Kang, TH Kim, SY Hong
AGU Fall Meet. Abstr 2019, 2856, 2019
32019
Effect of single and double moment microphysics schemes and change in cloud condensation nuclei, latent heating rate structure associated with severe convective system over …
A Madhulatha, J Dudhia, RS Park, SC Bhan, M Mohapatra
Atmosphere 14 (11), 1680, 2023
22023
Effect of single and double moment microphysics schemes and change in CCN, latent heating rate structure associated with severe convective system over Korean Peninsula
A Madhulatha, J Dudhia
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
22020
A Gill-type mechanism for rainfall initiation over the rainshadow region
MS Thota, NK Kondapalli, M Akkisetti, M Rajeevan
Authorea Preprints, 2022
12022
Nowcasting severe convective activity over south-east India using ground-based microwave radiometer observations
M Akkisetti, M Rajeevan, VM Ratnam, JN Bhate, CV Naidu
Journal of Geophysical Research, 2012
12012
Climatology of thermodynamic indices and background synoptic conditions responsible for severe convection during pre‐to post‐monsoon seasons over Indian region
A Madhulatha, M Mohapatra, KS Devi, DR Pattanaik, M Rajeevan, ...
International Journal of Climatology 44 (8), 2607-2635, 2024
2024
Complex physical mechanisms associated with Mesoscale Convective System over South-east India using collocated high-resolution Observations
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan, TS Mohan, SB Thampi
Authorea Preprints, 2022
2022
Effect of different parameterization schemes on simulation of structure of mesoscale convective system over south-east India
A Madhulatha, M Rajeevan
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, A44H-05, 2021
2021
Predictability experiment of a severe convective event over the Korean Peninsula: Effect of the nesting method
A Madhulatha, JY Han, SJ Choi, SY Hong
AGU Fall Meeting 2018, 2018
2018
Predictability experiment of a severe convective event over the Korean Peninsula: Effect of the nesting method
ML Akkisetti, JY Han, SJ Choi, SY Hong
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, A54H-24, 2018
2018
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