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Radiative Transfer and
Weather Modeling

Radiative transfer is a fundamental process in weather modeling that describes the transfer of energy through the atmosphere. It plays a crucial role in determining the and composition of the atmosphere, as well as the distribution of clouds and precipitation.

Accurate modeling of radiative transfer is essential for predicting weather patterns and understanding climate change. NWB has extensive experiment with modeling radiative transfer on a local and global scale.

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