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mesoscale

A scale used in meteorology that extends from approximately 0.7 to 70 miles (1 to 100 km). Mesoscale features include such things as thunderstorms, sea breezes, gust fronts, and macrobursts.
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Mesoscale Meteorology in Mid-Latitudes functions as a comprehensive, easy-to-use undergraduate textbook while also providing a useful reference for graduate students, research scientists and weather industry professionals.
Wilburn is majoring in geosciences at Mississippi State University where she is focusing her studies on tropical and mesoscale meteorology.
Lis is majoring in meteorology at the Pennsylvania State University where he is focusing his studies on mesoscale meteorology, more specifically severe weather research.
Koeritzer is majoring in meteorology at Texas A&M University where he is focusing his studies on remote sensing and mesoscale meteorology.
Rocque is majoring in atmospheric science at the University at Albany, State University of New York where she is focusing her studies on cloud physics and mesoscale meteorology.
COMFORT met in 1988 (chaired by Harry Orville, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology) to discuss establishing a professional development program in mesoscale meteorology and to outline the roles for UCAR and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).
The residence program would provide mesoscale meteorology training to select forecasters at the COMET classroom in Boulder, Colorado.
Originally eight weeks, the COMET Mesoscale Analysis and Prediction course (COMAP) gave SOOs a graduate-level review of mesoscale meteorology to prepare them to lead mesoscale training and research in their offices (Fig.
Borchardt is majoring in meteorology at University of Oklahoma, where he is focusing his studies on mesoscale meteorology and weather forecasting, ranging from local quasi-linear convective systems to regional winter storms.
Handler is majoring in meteorology at Plymouth State University where he is focusing his studies on synoptic and mesoscale meteorology.
Flournoy is majoring in meteorology at the Pennsylvania State University focusing his studies on mesoscale meteorology, convective storms, and associated tornadogenesis.
Miller is majoring in meteorology at the University of Oklahoma where she is focusing her studies on tornadogenesis, lightning, supercell dynamics, and mesoscale meteorology.