• The 2017 coastal El Niño 

      Takahashi, Ken; Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; Avalos, Grinia; Bouchon, M.; Castro, Anabel; Cruzado, L.; Dewitte, Boris; Gutiérrez, B.; Lavado-Casimiro, W.; Marengo, José A.; Mosquera-Vásquez, K.; Quispe, Nelson

      (American Meteorological Society, 2018-08)
      Acceso abierto
      The original concept of El Niño consisted of anomalously high sea surface temperature and heavy rainfall along the arid northern coast of Peru (Carranza 1891; Carrillo 1893). The concept evolved into the El Niño–Southern ...
    • Behavior of the ITCZ second band near the Peruvian coast during the 2017 coastal El Niño 

      Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; Rodríguez Zimmermann, Diego; Quispe, Nelson

      (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2023)
      Acceso abierto
      The behavior of the second band of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) near the Peruvian coast during early 2017 is studied, using precipitation, surface winds, sea surface temperature (SST) and atmospheric variables ...
    • Comparison between the Operational and Statistical Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperature Forecasts in The Central Coast of Peru 

      Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; De la Cruz, Gustavo; Takahashi, Ken

      (American Meteorological Society, 2023-02)
      Acceso abierto
      Multiple linear regression models were developed for 1-3-day lead forecasts of maximum and minimum temperature for two locations in the city of Lima, in the central coast of Peru (12°S), and contrasted with the operational ...
    • Cutoff low over the southeastern Pacific Ocean: a case study 

      Quispe, Nelson; Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; Rodríguez Zimmermann, Diego; Bonshoms, Marti; Loayza, Raquel; García, Teresa; Mesia, José; Duran, Ricardo; Olivares, Sara

      (CSIRO, 2021-02-17)
      Acceso abierto
      Cutoff lows (COLs) are infrequent events in the tropics that can cause extreme rainfall, flash flooding and landslides in arid areas, such as western South America. In this study, the life cycle of a COL in the southeastern ...
    • Heavy Snowfalls in the peruvian Andes: the wettest winter of the last 19 years 

      Ramos, Isabel; Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; Castro, Anabel

      (American Meteorological Society, 2019-09)
      Acceso abierto
      Most meteorological stations in the central and southern Peruvian Andes also received heavy rainfall in June and July. On 2 June, Ananea, which is located in Puno at 4660 m a.s.l., recorded 32.5 mm (monthly climatology ...
    • Reliability of cross-regional applications of global fire danger models: a Peruvian case study 

      Podschwit, Harry; Jolly, William; Alvarado, Ernesto; Verma, Satyam; Ponce, Blanca; Markos, Andrea; Aliaga Nestares, Vannia; Rodríguez Zimmermann, Diego

      (Springer, 2022-12)
      Acceso abierto
      Background: Fire danger indexes (FDIs) are used as proxies for fire potential and are often developed for specific locations. For practical purposes, the extrapolation of the underlying calculations into novel locations ...