Browsing Water Resources Research Center by Subject "Rain and rainfall -- Hawaii."

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  • Chu, Pao-Shin; He, Yuxiang (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Hawaii rainfall is teleconnected to short-term climate variability in the Pacific Ocean. The summer Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) and summer sea-level pressure (SLP) over the North Pacific are used as predictors, and ...
  • Chiang, Shan-hsin; Chang, Jen-hu; Fok, Yu-Si (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-08)
    The empirical orthogonal function was applied to analyze 40-yr annual rainfall data for 80 stations in the state of Hawaii, which included 21 stations on Hawaii, 18 on Maui, 5 on Molokai, 5 on Lanai, 16 on Oahu, and 15 ...
  • Fullerton, Charles M; Raymond, David J (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1973-07)
    Two instruments have been used to measure the rate of rainfall from tropical clouds over the windward coast of the Island of Hawaii. The Workman intensity gauge employs strain gauges to sense the deflection in a movable ...
  • Cheng, Edmond DH; Lau, L Stephen (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1973-08)
    Monthly rainfall data of several stations in Kalihi Basin, Manoa Basin, and Kaneohe Area, all on Oahu, and the central sloping area of Molokai were correlated to watershed parameters of the areas. Distance measured from ...
  • Fullerton, Charles M; Wilson, SK (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1974-08)
    A computer monitored network of rapid response Raymond-Wilson rainfall intensity gauges has been established at the Cloud Physics Observatory (CPO), on the windward coast of the island of Hawaii, to record the passage of ...
  • Fullerton, Charles M; Wilson, S Kerry (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1975-06)
    A computer monitored network of rapid-response Raymond-Wilson rainfall intensity gauges is operating at the Cloud Physics Observatory (CPO), on the windward coast of the island of Hawaii, recording the passage of both warm ...

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