The spatiotemporal structure of precipitation in Indian monsoon depressions

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Hunt, K. M. R. ; Turner, Andy G. ; Parker, D. E. (2016)

Indian monsoon depressions are synoptic scale events typically spun up in the Bay of Bengal. They usually last 4–6 days, during which they propagate northwestward across the Indian subcontinent before dissipating over northwest India or Pakistan. They can have a signifi... View more
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