A Non‐Gaussian Spatio‐Temporal Model for Daily Wind Speeds Based on a Multi‐Variate Skew‐ Distribution

@article{Tagle2018ANS,
  title={A Non‐Gaussian Spatio‐Temporal Model for Daily Wind Speeds Based on a Multi‐Variate Skew‐ Distribution},
  author={Felipe Tagle and Stefano Castruccio and Paola Crippa and Marc G. Genton},
  journal={Wiley-Blackwell: Journal of Time Series Analysis},
  year={2018}
}
Facing increasing domestic energy consumption from population growth and industrialization, Saudi Arabia is aiming to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and to broaden its energy mix by expanding investment in renewable energy sources, including wind energy. A preliminary task in the development of wind energy infrastructure is the assessment of wind energy potential, a key aspect of which is the characterization of its spatio-temporal behavior. In this study we examine the impact of internal… 
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