Published: 7 July 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7hmrbbbv39.1
Takehiko KOBORI


"The Analysis tools of three-dimensional weather radar data: ANT3D was originally developed at the National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster prevention (NIED) to retrieve three-dimensional precipitation and wind fields of convective storms. The source codes were written by FORTRAN. In 2013, Kagoshima University made a significant revision of ANT3D to analyze volcanic eruption clouds. The main revisions were improvements of the temporal and spatial interpolation of radar data and the estimation of advection vector which is necessary for the temporal interpolation." (From Maki and Kobori, 2020) Two programs ʹANT3D_GUIʹ and ʹCAPPI viewerʹ are available here. These programs are still under development. References Maki, M., Kobori, T., 2020. Construction of Three-Dimensional Weather Radar Data of Volcanic Eruption Clouds. MethodsX. (submitted)



Method in Earth Sciences