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[en] The integral distribution of the depth in the studied flat and cross-country path. All curves describes by the logarithmic-normal distribution curves of the accidental process. The integral distribution curves of the fading length of the signal is been described
[en] First discovered experimentally exactly correlation between of appearance and of disappearance of optical mirage and fast and deep fading of horizontal polarization of centimeter wave. Proved the interference of the straight and reflected rays from the thin layer of air in mirage a reason of this fading. The physical parameters data of the layer of mirage: change of dielectric permeability and n/ h gradient of refraction index of air in this layer are been showed
[en] The results of the theoretical and experimental research of two methods of interpretation fading decrease in the real flat paths of the radio-relay-line in the Mongolian Gobi. First applied several successive little screen instead of one large for decreasing of the depth fading and for solution of diffraction problem for the two screens for the example of centimeter wave
[en] Aerosol chemical composition data for PM2.5 and PM2.5-10 was acquired, in two sampling stations, at an industrialized area located in Sado Estuary. Two methods were used to have an insight on the origin of the particles: the comparison between the measurements obtained in the two sampling stations and the association between the wind direction and the element concentrations. Results showed that Ce, Fe, La, Sc, Sm, Na, Co and Se were associated with non-local sources whereas As, K, Sb, Zn, Hg, Br, Cr, Hf and U had a local origin. (author)
[en] Gridded hourly temperature forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology's Gridded Operational Consensus Forecasting (GOCF) system are combined in real time with the Australian Water Availability Project (AWAP) gridded daily temperature analyses to produce gridded daily maximum and minimum temperature forecasts with lead times from one to five days. These forecasts are compared against the historical record of AWAP daily temperature analyses (1911 to present), to identify regions where record or near-record temperatures are predicted to occur. This paper describes the GOCF/AWAP system, showing how the daily maximum and minimum temperature forecasts are prepared from the hourly forecasts, and how they are bias-corrected in real time using the AWAP analyses, against which they are subsequently verified. Using monthly climatologies of long-term daily mean, standard deviation and all-time highest and lowest on record, derived forecast products (for both maximum and minimum temperature) include ordinary and standardised anomalies, 'forecast - highest on record' and 'forecast - lowest on record'. Compensation for the climatological variation across the country is achieved in these last two products, which provide the necessary guidance as to whether or not record-breaking temperatures are expected, by expressing the forecast departure from the previous record in both 0C and standard deviations.