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    1. China Launched World's First Rocket-deployed Weather Instruments from Unmanned Semi-submersible vehicle  (2019-02-02)
    2. Simulating clouds over the Tibetan Plateau to improve weather forecasts  (2019-01-24)
    3. Improvement in the ability of CFSv2 to predict the Antarctic Oscillation  (2019-01-22)
    4. Our Warmest Thanks to AAS Reviewers 2018  (2018-12-25)
    5. Optimal interval for assimilation of radar data  (2018-12-18)
    6. What causes extreme heat in North China?  (2018-12-18)
    7. More Than Air: Researchers Fine-tune Wind Farm Simulation  (2018-12-14)
    8. Study reveals mechanisms that promote icing responsible for power disruptions  (2018-11-27)
    9. Chinese satellites provide advanced solutions to modeling small particles in the atmosphere  (2018-11-13)
    10. Synergetic thermal effect of the Tibetan and Iranian plateaus on the South Asian high  (2018-11-13)
    11. A 31-year global diurnal sea surface temperature dataset  (2018-10-31)
    12. Synergetic thermal effect of the Tibetan and Iranian plateaus on the South Asian high  (2018-10-26)
    13. How to quickly identify multiple kinds of outliers in air quality monitoring data  (2018-10-23)
    14. Relationship between tropical cyclone tracks, landfalls and synoptic disturbances  (2018-10-23)
    15. Uncovering weather signals in microwave temperature sounder data hidden by the limb effect  (2018-10-17)
    16. Dryline convective initiation triggered by localized forcing of horizontal connective rolls  (2018-10-15)
    17. Nocturnal low-level winds and their impacts on particulate matter over Beijing  (2018-10-15)
    18. The gravity waves “seen” by GPS radio occultation data  (2018-10-15)
    19. Major factors affecting the summer rainfall over the Yangtze River Basin experience a subseasonal change  (2018-09-14)
    20. Interaction between particulate matter and ozone   (2018-09-14)



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