October 2005
Monthly Weather Review;Oct2005, Vol. 133 Issue 10, p3060
Academic Journal
Correction notice
Presents corrections to the article "Detectability and Configuration of Tropical Cyclone Eyes Over the Western North Pacific in TRMM PR and IR Observations," by Kodama and Yamada in volume 133, number .


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