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  • Landman, S; Engelbrecht, FA; Engelbrecht, CJ; Landman, WA; Dyson, L (SASAS, 2010-09)
    The objective of this paper is to present the temporal and spatial description of precipitation forecast skill over South Africa from an ensemble of multiple model runs. Numerical forecasts from an experimental short-range ...
  • Landman, S; Engelbrecht, FA; Engelbrecht, CJ; Dyson, LL; Landman, WA (Water Research Commission, 2012-10)
    Predicting the location and timing of rainfall events has important social and economic impacts. It is also important to have the ability to predict the amount of rainfall accurately. At many operational centres, such as ...
  • Landman, WA; Beraki, A; Engelbrecht, F; Landman, S (2009-12)
    Weather and climate modelling require dedicated computer infrastructure in order to generate high-resolution, large ensemble, various models with different configurations, etc. in order to optimise operational forecasts ...
  • Landman, S; Marx, E; Landman, WA; Mason, SJ (2013-09)
    An empirical downscaling technique to predict daily fog occurrence at Cape Town International Airport from low-level atmospheric circulation is developed by using the Principal Component Regression option of the Climate ...