MARG is promoted on the Horizon 2020 website

Since the ancient Greeks first began collecting rainwater in pots in about 500 BC, little has changed in how basic rainfall records are made. While there are more precise measurement methods, for example by using parts of multi-purpose radars operated by large weather services, they are complex and expensive for local users. Now, an alternative is possible thanks to a European Union (EU)-funded research project developing an accurate,...

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e-Radar HD Real Time and Alerts on your Android device

eRadar HD shows radar, watches, warnings and advisories for the United States Issued by the National Weather Service on Google maps. With eRadar HD you can see tornado, rain, snow, and hail clouds movement on Google Maps around your location in real time with higher resolution images than any other app for Android. You can send weather alerts from app to your friends by e-mail. With distance indicator you can measure distance from your location to the center of the tornado or cloud.

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WRAH 2014

ASCE-EWRI will host the 2014 International Weather Radar and Hydrology Symposium April 7th-10th in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area.

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How Does a Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge Work?

A tipping bucket rain gauge is a meteorological device that measures the amount of precipitation, or rain, that has fallen. It is one of the most common tools used to measure rainfall. Tipping bucket rain gauges are a really interesting and fun way for you and your children to learn about the weather and predict what the weather will be in your area. A tipping bucket rain gauge has several components that allow it to accurately measure of...

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