The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meteorology, Precipitation, Remote sensing, Climatology and Radar. The Meteorology study combines topics in areas such as Attenuation, Weather radar, Temporal resolution and Microwave. As a part of the same scientific family, Alexis Berne mostly works in the field of Precipitation, focusing on Spatial variability and, on occasion, Snow.
His research in Remote sensing focuses on subjects like Disdrometer, which are connected to Sampling and Bin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rain gauge, Kriging, Inverse distance weighting, Flash flood and Hydrology in addition to Climatology. Alexis Berne combines Radar and Differential phase in his studies.
Alexis Berne spends much of his time researching Radar, Remote sensing, Meteorology, Precipitation and Snow. His work on Doppler radar as part of general Radar research is often related to Differential phase, thus linking different fields of science. His Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Polarimetry, Weather radar, Disdrometer and Attenuation, Correction for attenuation.
His work on Rain gauge as part of his general Meteorology study is frequently connected to Scale, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Alexis Berne has included themes like Climatology and Atmospheric sciences in his Precipitation study. A large part of his Snow studies is devoted to Snowflake.
Precipitation, Snow, Climatology, Remote sensing and Radar are his primary areas of study. Precipitation is a subfield of Meteorology that Alexis Berne investigates. Alexis Berne combines subjects such as Polarimetry, Microphysics, Atmospheric sciences, Warm front and Antarctic ice sheet with his study of Snow.
His Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Katabatic wind and Mesoscale meteorology study in the realm of Climatology connects with subjects such as Prediction system and Isotope. His work on Remote sensing as part of general Remote sensing research is frequently linked to Context, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Radar research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Image resolution, Weather forecasting and East antarctica.
Alexis Berne mainly investigates Snow, Precipitation, Atmospheric sciences, Katabatic wind and Microphysics. His study in Precipitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Radar, Climatology and Snowflake. His Radar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Algorithm, Weather forecasting and Downscaling.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmospheric models and Atmospheric model. His Katabatic wind research integrates issues from Virga, Submarine pipeline, Geophysics and Sea ice. Alexis Berne has included themes like Wind speed, Doppler radar, East antarctica and Weather Research and Forecasting Model in his Microphysics study.
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Temporal and spatial resolution of rainfall measurements required for urban hydrology
Alexis Berne;Guy Delrieu;Jean-Dominique Creutin;Charles Obled.
Journal of Hydrology (2004)
Radar for hydrology: unfulfilled promise or unrecognized potential?
Alexis Berne;Witold F. Krajewski.
Advances in Water Resources (2013)
HyMeX-SOP1: The Field Campaign Dedicated to Heavy Precipitation and Flash Flooding in the Northwestern Mediterranean
Véronique Ducrocq;Isabelle Braud;Silvio Davolio;Rossella Ferretti.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2014)
Experimental Quantification of the Sampling Uncertainty Associated with Measurements from PARSIVEL Disdrometers
Joël Jaffrain;Alexis Berne.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2011)
Improved interpolation of meteorological forcings for hydrologic applications in a Swiss Alpine region
Cara Tobin;Ludovico Nicotina;Marc B. Parlange;Alexis Berne.
Journal of Hydrology (2011)
Similarity analysis of subsurface flow response of hillslopes with complex geometry
A.D. Berne;R. Uijlenhoet;P.A.A. Troch.
Water Resources Research (2005)
Monitoring and prediction in early warning systems for rapid mass movements
M. Stähli;M. Sättele;C. Huggel;B.W. McArdell.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2015)
The importance of hydraulic groundwater theory in catchment hydrology: The legacy of Wilfried Brutsaert and Jean‐Yves Parlange
Peter A. Troch;Alexis Berne;Patrick Bogaart;Ciaran Harman.
Water Resources Research (2013)
Multiregional Satellite Precipitation Products Evaluation over Complex Terrain
Yagmur Derin;Emmanouil Anagnostou;Alexis Berne;Marco Borga.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2016)
Path-averaged rainfall estimation using microwave links : Uncertainty due to spatial rainfall variability
A.D. Berne;R. Uijlenhoet.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
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