Empirical high-resolution wind field and gust model in mountainous and hilly terrain based on the dense WegenerNet station networks

@inproceedings{Schlager2018EmpiricalHW,
  title={Empirical high-resolution wind field and gust model in mountainous and hilly terrain based on the dense WegenerNet station networks},
  author={Christoph Schlager and Gottfried Kirchengast and Juergen Fuchsberger},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract. A weather diagnostic application for automatic generation of gridded wind fields in near-real-time, recently developed by the authors Schlager et al. (2017), is applied to the WegenerNet Johnsbachtal (JBT) meteorological station network. This station network contains 11 meteorological stations at elevations from about 600 to 2200 m in a mountainous region in the north of Styria, Austria. The application generates, based on meteorological observations with a temporal resolution of 10… CONTINUE READING

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