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By H.E. Landsberg (Ed.)

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1951). Aircraft observations of radar reflecting particles above the freezing level. A paper of the Meteorological Research Committee (London) MRP 683. 35. , and Banks, A. C. (1950). A virtual echo-layer above the bright band. J . Meteorol. 7, 402-403. 36. , and Honig, J. (1953). Atmospheric cooling by melting snow. Conference Proceedings p. VII-5; see ref. [16]. 37. Cunningham, R. M. (1952). The distribution and growth of hydrometeors around a deep cyclone. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Weather Radar Research, Technical Report, No.

SOC. 76, 125-132. 34. Jones, R. F. (1951). Aircraft observations of radar reflecting particles above the freezing level. A paper of the Meteorological Research Committee (London) MRP 683. 35. , and Banks, A. C. (1950). A virtual echo-layer above the bright band. J . Meteorol. 7, 402-403. 36. , and Honig, J. (1953). Atmospheric cooling by melting snow. Conference Proceedings p. VII-5; see ref. [16]. 37. Cunningham, R. M. (1952). The distribution and growth of hydrometeors around a deep cyclone. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Weather Radar Research, Technical Report, No.

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