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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS40 Novel techniques for measuring rainfall micro- and macro-structure (co-listed in AS & NH)

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Morin, E.; Karklinsky, M.; Tamari, H.
Spatial characteristics of radar-derived convective rain cells over dry climate regimes and their hydrological impacts (withdrawn)

Krajewski, W.F.; Eichinger, W.; Lewandowski, P.; Kruger, A.
Bridging the scale gap: lidar estimation of small-scale rainfall

Vulpiani, G.; Tabary, P.; Parent-Du-Chatelet, J.; Marzano, F. S.
A polarimetric approach for attenuation compensation in presence of rain/hail mixture

Holleman, I.; Overeem, A.
Long-term verification of bias-adjusted radar precipitation estimates

Berne, A; Uijlenhoet, R.
Path-averaged rainfall estimation using a microwave link: uncertainty due to rainfall spatial variability

Segond, M.-L.; Tabary, P.; Parent-du-Chatelet, J.; Illingworth, A.J.; Friedrich, K.
Discussion on the implementation of Quantitative Precipitation Estimations (QPE) on operational polarimetric radars

Marx, A.; Kunstmann, H.; Bárdossy, A. ; Seltmann, J.; Seiler, W.
Adjustment of a robust Q-Z/R-relationship for hydrological modelling using observed river discharge data

Figueras i Ventura, J.; Russchenberg, H.W.J
IDRA, a new advanced high-resolution instrument for drizzle observation

Van Baelen, J.; Pointin, Y.; Brucker, L. ; Peters, G.
Precipitation variability studies using X and K band radars

Leijnse, H.; Uijlenhoet, R.; Stricker, H.
Uncertainties in microwave link rainfall estimates examined using high-resolution weather radar data

Leijnse, H.; Uijlenhoet, R.
The effect of variations in the microstructure of rain on the uncertainty in dual-frequency and dual-polarization microwave link rainfall estimation

Marzano, F.S.; Memmo, A.; Cimini, D.; Di Michele, S.
Ground-Based Multi-Frequency Microwave Radiometry of Rainfall: Modeling and Observations

van de Beek, R.; Leijnse, H.; Uijlenhoet, R.; Stricker, H.; Russchenberg, H.
Rainfall estimation using a high-resolution X-band radar

Kidd, C; Muller, C
Comparison of Doppler micro rain radars and tipping bucket rain gauges (withdrawn)

Berenguer, M.; Zawadzki, I.
More evidence of correlation between bright band characteristics and the Z-R relationship in stratiform rainfall

Alpert, P.; Rayitsfeld, A.; Firsten, A.; David, N.; Goldshtein, O.; Messer, H.; Zinevich, A.
Study of precipitation by cellular networks

Berne, A.; Boudevillain, B.; Chapon, B.; Kirstetter, P.E.; Delrieu, G.
Spatial and temporal structure of intense Mediterranean precipitation

Uijlenhoet, R.; Leijnse, H.; Berne, A.; Unal, C.; Russchenberg, H.
Single-, dual- and triple-moment rain rate retrieval using vertically pointing Doppler radar

Uijlenhoet, R.; Leijnse, H.
Measurements of rainfall microstructure at CESAR using a 2D video disdrometer during BBC2

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