REGIONAL FEATURES OF THE BIOCLIMATE OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN EUROPE AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE KÖPPEN-GEIGER CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION

@inproceedings{Baejczyk2015REGIONALFO,
  title={REGIONAL FEATURES OF THE BIOCLIMATE OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN EUROPE AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE K{\"O}PPEN-GEIGER CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION},
  author={K. Błażejczyk and J. Baranowski and G. Jendritzky and A. Błażejczyk and P. Br{\"o}de and D. Fiala},
  year={2015}
}
  • K. Błażejczyk, J. Baranowski, +3 authors D. Fiala
  • Published 2015
  • Geography
  • This paper presents an application of the Universal Thermal Climate Index UTCI to studies of regional variability in human-biometeorological conditions. The variability in question was assessed by reference to selected meteorological stations representing Central and Southern Europe, i.e. Kolobrzeg, Warsaw and Świeradow (in Poland), Prague, Budapest, Ljubljana, Milan, Rome and Athens, with the bioclimatic features characterising these localities being presented against the background of the… CONTINUE READING
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