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Kroese, Willem (author)
Uncertainty in the radiative forcing from anthropogenic activities since the Industrial Revolution is dominated by how clouds respond to aerosol. Climate projections are limited by this uncertainty. The cloud response to aerosol is influenced by the meteorological conditions of the atmosphere wherein the cloud is suspended. Understanding the...
master thesis 2023
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Maqsood, Bilal (author)
Over the period 1901-2012, the average global sea surface temperature has increased by 0.89 °C due to climate change and it is expected to increase consistent with global warming. As a consequence, marine ecosystems have become more susceptible to change in species and ocean chemistry. Due to the increase in sea surface temperature, the ocean pH...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Kroese, Willem (author)
Cloud droplet number concentrations change due to perturbations in aerosol concentrations. The strength of this correlation covaries with meteorology. Using polarimetric aerosol estimates and MODIS-2 cloud retrievals we compute the interaction strength per meteorological regime, which we determined using clustering techniques on MERRA-2...
student report 2022
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Luchmun, Gyan (author)
In this thesis we are interested in distinguishing patterns of mesoscale cloud patterns in the trades. Specifically, whether Sugar, Gravel, Fish and Flowers patterns can objectively be identified using physical quantities. For this purpose, we use cloud fraction data attained by the CORAL Ka-Band cloud radar at the Barbados Cloud Observatory...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Usman, Nerine (author)
Thanks to increasing computational resources, the grid sizes of global climate and weather prediction models are decreasing to scales at which subgrid processes, especially the evolution of clouds, can become spatially too variable for traditional deterministic parameterization approaches. We propose a stochastic parameterization in which clouds...
master thesis 2022
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van Beek, Soraya (author)
Airport operations are highly dependent on safe weather conditions for their daily operations. Especially the visibility conditions are crucial. Low Visibility Procedures (LVP phase M, A, B and C) are defined at Schiphol Airport, resulting in capacity and runway use restrictions. These Low Visibility Pro­cedures are based on a post­processing...
master thesis 2021
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Alinaghi, Pouriya (author)
Clouds, specifically shallow clouds, are known as a major source of uncertainty in global climate models. Shallow clouds over the global oceans show different spatial patterns and organizations that may be influenced by climate change. Besides, the frequency of these patterns can change the climate feedback of marine clouds in the subtropics....
master thesis 2021
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PAPALEXIOU, ANNIE (author)
Although monitoring and maintenance of railways is important to ensure safety and avoid delays and financial losses, it is still mainly based on human inspection. The complexity of a railway along with the large area it extends makes manual monitoring difficult and time-consuming. The increasing availability of 3D acquisition technologies has...
master thesis 2021
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