Romualdo Romero mainly focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Mediterranean sea, Storm and Meteorology. Romualdo Romero does research in Climatology, focusing on Mesoscale meteorology specifically. His Precipitation research focuses on Atmospheric circulation and how it connects with Geopotential and Trough.
In the field of Mediterranean sea, his study on West mediterranean overlaps with subjects such as Spatial ecology, Fetch, Cyclone and Diagnostic evaluation. Orography, Cyclogenesis, Latent heat and Convective storm detection is closely connected to Thunderstorm in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Storm. His work in the fields of Severe weather, Cirrus, Ensemble prediction and Tornado overlaps with other areas such as Potential vorticity.
Romualdo Romero mainly investigates Climatology, Precipitation, Meteorology, Mesoscale meteorology and Mediterranean sea. His Climatology research includes elements of Cyclone, Storm, Orography and Climate change. Romualdo Romero combines subjects such as Trough and Tropical cyclone with his study of Storm.
His Precipitation study incorporates themes from Atmospheric circulation and Convection. His work carried out in the field of Meteorology brings together such families of science as Flood myth and Flash flood. His MM5 study in the realm of Mesoscale meteorology interacts with subjects such as Predictability.
Romualdo Romero mostly deals with Precipitation, Climatology, Convection, Climate change and Atmospheric sciences. His Precipitation study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Flooding, Climate model and Hydrograph. His Climate model research incorporates elements of General Circulation Model, Archipelago and Physical geography.
His Climatology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Extreme weather. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Meteorology, Surface runoff and Flood forecasting. His Atmospheric sciences study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sea breeze and Moist convection.
His main research concerns Precipitation, Climatology, Climate change, Extreme weather and Quantile. Precipitation and Winemaking are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His Winemaking research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Physical geography, Evapotranspiration, Effects of global warming, Wine grape and Climate model.
In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Physical geography and Baseline. His studies deal with areas such as Channel, Flash flood and Hydrograph as well as Return period. His Channel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rain gauge and Flooding.
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The paradoxical increase of Mediterranean extreme daily rainfall in spite of decrease in total values
P. Alpert;T. Ben-Gai;A. Baharad;Y. Benjamini.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
HYMEX , a 10-year Multidisciplinary Program on the mediterranean water cycle.
P. Drobinski;Véronique Ducrocq;P. Alpert;E. Anagnostou.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2014)
A 30‐year (1964–1993) daily rainfall data base for the Spanish Mediterranean regions: first exploratory study
R. Romero;J. A. Guijarro;C. Ramis;S. Alonso.
International Journal of Climatology (1998)
A classification of the atmospheric circulation patterns producing significant daily rainfall in the Spanish Mediterranean area
R. Romero;G. Sumner;C. Ramis;A. Genovés.
International Journal of Climatology (1999)
A Diagnostic Study of Three Heavy Precipitation Episodes in the Western Mediterranean Region
Charles A. Doswell;Clemente Ramis;Romualdo Romero;Sergio Alonso.
Weather and Forecasting (1998)
Mesoscale Numerical Study of Two Cases of Long-Lived Quasi-Stationary Convective Systems over Eastern Spain
R. Romero;C. A. Doswell;C. Ramis.
Monthly Weather Review (2000)
Daily rainfall patterns in the Spanish Mediterranean area: an objective classification
R. Romero;C. Ramis;J.A. Guijarro.
International Journal of Climatology (1999)
Analysis of the environments of seven Mediterranean tropical-like storms using an axisymmetric, nonhydrostatic, cloud resolving model
L. Fita;R. Romero;A. Luque;K. Emanuel.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2007)
A Statistical Adjustment of Regional Climate Model Outputs to Local Scales: Application to Platja de Palma, Spain
A. Amengual;V. Homar;R. Romero;S. Alonso.
Journal of Climate (2012)
European climatology of severe convective storm environmental parameters: A test for significant tornado events
Romualdo Romero;Miquel Gayà;Charles A. Doswell.
Atmospheric Research (2007)
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