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Assessment of the Benefits of Extending the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission: A Perspective from the Research and Operations Communities - Interim Report References Adler, R. F., G. J. Huffman, D. T. Bolvin, S. Curtis, and E. J. Nelkin. 2000. Tropical rainfall distributions determined using TRMM combined with other satellite and raingauge information. Journal of Applied Meteorology 39:2007-2023. Adler, R. F., C. Kummerow, D. Bolvin, S. Curtis, and C. Kidd. 2003. Status of TRMM monthly estimates of tropical precipitation. Pp. 223-234 in Symposium on Cloud Systems, Hurricanes and TRMM, W.-K. Tao and R. Adler, eds. Meteorological Monographs 29(51). Andreae, M. O., D. Rosenfeld, P. Artaxo, A. A. Costa, G. P. Frank, K. M. Longo, and M. A. F. Silva-Dias. 2004. Smoking rain clouds over the Amazon. Science 303:1337-1342. Aonashi, K., N. Yamazaki, H. Kamahori, and K. Takahashi. 2004. Variational assimilation of TMI rain type and precipitation retrievals into global numerical weather prediction. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan 82:671-693. Benedetti, A., P. Lopez, P. Bauer, and E. Moreau. 2004a. Experimental use of TRMM precipitation radar observations in 1D+4D-var assimilation. Technical Memorandum No. 448, ECMWF Research Department. (Paper submitted to Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, August 2004.) Benedetti, A., P. Lopez, E. Moreau, and P. Bauer. 2004b. Verification of TMI-adjusted rainfall analyses of tropical cyclones at ECMWF using TRMM precipitation radar observations. Technical Memorandum No. 451, ECMWF Research Department. (Paper submitted to Journal of Applied Meteorology, October 2004.) Berg, W., 2004. The Relationship of TRMM Rainfall Biases to the Synoptic Environment. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Precipitation, 8-11 August, Vancouver, Canada. Betts, A. K., and C. Jakob. 2002. Study of the diurnal cycle of convective precipitation over Amazonia using a single column model. Journal of Geophysical Research 107. Chang, D. E., J. A. Weinman, C. A. Morales, and W. S. Olson. 2001. The effect of spaceborne microwave and ground-based continuous lightning measurements on forecasts of the 1998 Groundhog Day storm. Monthly Weather Review 129:1809-1833. Dunion, J. P., C. S. Velden, J. D. Hawkins, and J. R. Parrish. 2004. The Saharan Air Layer: Insights from the 2002 and 2003 Atlantic hurricane seasons. Preprints, AMS 26th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, May 2004, Miami, Fla. pp. 495-496. Boston, Mass.: Ameri-can Meteorological Society.

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