has issued an additional $77.8 million of VRDP Shares, increasing the amount outstanding from $102.2 million to $180 million.
is declaring a special distribution that will be paid on 2 July 2018 to shareholders of record date on 7 June 2018 and the ex-dividend date is 6 June 2018.
--The legal and regulatory parameters that govern MYJ
The reorganisations if completed, would occur as per the relative net asset values of the common shares of BLJ, BNJ and MYJ
. In addition, BLJ and BNJ VRDP shareholders will receive on a one-for-one basis, MYJ
VRDP in an amount equal to the total VRDP liquidation preference (including any accumulated and unpaid dividends) held by BLJ and BNJ VRDP shareholders, immediately before the reorganisations.
in connection with the reorganizations of BLJ and BNJ into MYJ
, with MYJ
continuing as the surviving Fund.
The Mellor-Yamada-Janjic (MYJ
) scheme  is applied to parameterize the atmospheric boundary layer, modified as in Reen et al.
The planetary boundary layer (PBL) and TC flux column includes use of the Yonsei University (YSU) scheme and the Mellor-Yamada-Janjic (MYJ
) scheme, and all but run I utilized the TC flux correction option.
In order to investigate the sensitivity and characteristics of the simulated precipitation and vertical moisture profiles, the Yonsei University (YSU)  and MYJ
 for the planetary boundary layer (PBL) schemes, and further to understand the interaction between PBL parameterizations and precipitation, three different bulk microphysics (MP) schemes such as the Purdue Lin (LIN) scheme , the WRF Single-Moment 6-class (WSM6) , and the ETA Gridscale Cloud and Precipitation (ETA Ferrier)  were used in this study.
For the configurations used, version 3.0 produced essentially the same forecasts results as version 2.2 for the 4 km forecasts based on later tests.) They are, specifically, the RRTM short-wave and NASA GSFC long-wave radiation; the NOAH land surface model, the Thompson microphysics, and the Mellor-Yamada-Jancic (MYJ
) PBL schemes were used (see X08 for references), together with monotonic advection for water variables .
These include two turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) closure schemes, the Mellor-Yamada-Janjic (MYJ
) PBL  and the MellorYamada Nakanishi and Niino Level 2.5 (MYNN) PBL 19]and two first-order closure schemes, the Yonsei University (YSU) PBL  and the asymmetric convective model version 2 (ACM2) .
The simulations use WRFv3.1 with the MYJ
boundary layer scheme and 30 km horizontal grid spacing.
As indicated by statistical analysis, WSM6 MP in combination with the MYJ
PBL scheme works well for the parent domain, while Eta MP coupled with the ACM2 PBL scheme is associated with the least rainfall bias shown here, however, under insufficient amounts of rainfall.