Weather on Wednesday, 18/09/2019
26°
Muadzam Shah
26°
Kuala Terengganu
27°
Kerteh
27°
Senai
26°
Alor Star
27°
Butterworth
27°
Sibu
23°
Keningau
26°
Kapit
25°
Lubuk Merbau
28°
Petaling Jaya
26°
Sitiawan
27°
Kuantan
30°
Sandakan
27°
Tawau
27°
Sri Aman
28°
Kudat
29°
Miri
26°
Gong Kedak
26°
Batu Embun
27°
Limbang
25°
Kota Bharu
27°
Mersing
27°
Ipoh
30°
Kota Kinabalu
28°
Bintulu
25°
Kuala Krai
28°
Melaka
29°
KLIA
17°
Cameron Highlands
26°
Pertanian Chuping
27°
Pulau Langkawi
25°
Mulu
28°
Bayan Lepas
26°
Kuala Pilah
26°
Temerloh
27°
Kuching
29°
Labuan
27°
Batu Pahat
28°
Subang
27°
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Kertas Teknikal


# Nama Pengarang dan Tajuk Kertas Muat Turun
1 Norlaila Ismail and Changhyun Yoo, 2018: Statiscal Approach Towards Subseasonal Prediction over Maritime Continent Malaysian Meteorological Department, ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-97-0
2 Fauziana Ahmad, Mahluddin Sahrin, A.Kamiluddin Ibrahim and Asmadi Abdul Wahab, 2018: Comparasion of CAPPI Height 2km and 1km during Northeast Monsoon Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-96-3
# Nama Pengarang dan Tajuk Kertas Muat Turun
1 H. C. Ward, Y. S. Tan, A. M. Gabey, S. Kotthausa and C. S. B Grimmonda , 2017: Impact of temporal resolution of precipitation forcing data on modelled urban-atmosphere exchanges and surface conditions. Int. J. Climatol., DOI: 10.1002/joc.5200
2 Ying Ying Toh, Andrew G. Turner, Stephanie J. Johnson and Christopher E. Holloway, 2017: Maritime Continent seasonal climate biases in AMIP experiments of the CMIP5 multimodel ensemble. Clim Dyn., DOI 10.1007/s00382-017-3641-x
3 Sharifah Faridah S. M. , 2017: Pengelompokan Corak Taburan Hujan Dengan Kaedah Pengelompokan Siri Masa. Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-95-6
4 Sandra Richard and Kevin J. E. Walsh, 2017: The influence of El Niño–Southern Oscillation on boreal winter rainfall over Peninsular Malaysia. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-017-2262-y
5 Ahmad Fairudz Jamaluddin, Fredolin Tangang, Jing Xiang Chung, Liew Juneng, Hidetaka Sasaki, and Izuru Takayabu, 2017: Investigating the mechanisms of diurnal rainfall variability over Peninsular Malaysia using the non-hydrostatic regional climate model. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, DOI: 10.1007/s00703-017-0541-x
6 Wan Fariza Mustafah, Yong-Sang Choi, Sungsoo Yum and Hye Ryun, 2017: Influence of Winter Monsoon on Cloud Thermodynamic Phase over Central and South-East Asia. Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-93-2
7 Fredolin Tangang, Raheleh Farzanmanesh, Ali Mirzaei, Supari, Ester Salimun, Ahmad Fairudz Jamaluddin and Liew Juneng, 2017: Characteristics of precipitation extremes in Malaysia associated with El Niño and La Niña events. Int J. Climatol., DOI: 10.1002/joc.5032
8 Dayang Norazila Awang Bima, 2017: The Impact of Explicit Convection on The Asian Monsoon and The Indian Ocean Wet Bias. Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-93-2
9 Ooi See Hai, Azizan Abu Samah, Sheeba Nettukandy Chenoli, Kumarenthiran Subramaniam and Muhammad Yunus Ahmad Mazuki, 2017: Extreme rainstorms that caused devastating flood over the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia during November and December 2014. The Weather and Forecasting Journal., http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/ WAF-D-16-0160.1
10 Fauziana Ahmad, Tomoki Ushiyama and Takahiro Sayama, 2017: Determination of Z-R Relationship and Inundation Analysis for Kuantan River Basin. Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-92-5
11 Fadila Jasmin Fakaruddin, Yip Weng Sang, Mat Kamaruzaman Mat Adam, Nursalleh K Chang and Muhammad Helmi Abdullah, 2017: Analysis of the Northeast Monsoon 2016/2017. Malaysian Meteorological Department., ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 978-967-5676-91-8