Scofield-oliver technique

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Scofield–Oliver technique

A manual technique designed to estimate rainfall from convective precipitating systems using consecutive enhanced infrared imagery from GOES.

Scofield, R. A., and V. J. Oliver 1977. A scheme for estimating convective rainfall from satellite imagery. NOAA Technical Memorandum NESS 86. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Wash., D.C., . 47 pp.

Scofield, R. A. 1987. The NESDIS operational convective precipitation technique. Mon. Wea. Rev.. 115. 1773–1792.

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