TITLE

Comments on “Structure and Formation Mechanism on the 24 May 2000 Supercell-Like Storm Developing in a Moist Environment over the Kanto Plain, Japan”

AUTHOR(S)
Bunkers, Matthew J.; Clabo, Darren R.; Zeitler, Jon W.
PUB. DATE
August 2009
SOURCE
Monthly Weather Review;Aug2009, Vol. 137 Issue 8, p2703
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the Kanto Plain storm in Kanto, Japan, its characteristics and environment, and the validity for it to be considered as supercell. It notes previous study on the Kanto Plain storm which considered it as supercell for the reasons that the storm was convective and with characteristics indicating that it is a supercell. Comments and conclusions of the said study's findings are offered in the article.
ACCESSION #
43991793

 

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