By H.E. Landsberg (Ed.)
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The review in Kerr [S]). Specific applications to radar weather have been made in some detail by Marshall and Hitschfeld  and by Wallace ; experimental checks for some of the basic ideas were recently secured by Bartnoff, Paulsen, and Atlas [ 11 11 and by Austin [llS]. A finding of general importance is that the precision attainable in averaging independent power values increases with the square root of the number of data available. Averaging several independent values is, however, difficult and costly.
R. E . ) In the weather radar case the correlation distance is proportional to the diameter of the single antenna. Dr. Gordon has estimated in private discussion that the response in this case will be smaller than that to a plane wave by a factor of approximately 3. , the cause for the factor F in equation (1). 45 ADVANCES IN RADAR WEATHER have been overcome only by unduly lengthening (from the original 1 min) the time allotted for the analysis of the echo from each contributing region (Fleisher ).
11, 20-26. 27. Cunningham, R. , and Atlas, D. (1954). Growth of hydrometeors and calcu- 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. lations based on aircraft and radar observations. Proceedings, Toronto Meteorological Conference, September 9-15, 1953, The Royal Meteorological Society, London. , and Austin, P. M. (1953). Radar signal intensity from differentlevels in continuous precipitation. Conference Proceedings p. VII-3; see ref. . , and G u m , K. L. S. (1951). Scattering of microwaves by a melting spherical ice particle, J.
Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 2 by H.E. Landsberg (Ed.)