Spatiotemporal variability of tornadoes in the Czech Lands, 1801–2017

  title={Spatiotemporal variability of tornadoes in the Czech Lands, 1801–2017},
  author={R. Br{\'a}zdil and K. Chrom{\'a} and L. Dol{\'a}k and Oldřich Kotyza and L. Řezn{\'i}{\vc}kov{\'a} and P. Dobrovoln{\'y} and Zbyněk {\vC}ernoch},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Climatology},
  • R. Brázdil, K. Chromá, +4 authors Zbyněk Černoch
  • Published 2018
  • Geography
  • Theoretical and Applied Climatology
  • Tornadoes are severe, small-scale weather phenomena that may cause loss of human lives and give rise to great material damage on a local (regional) scale. Because of their limited spatial extent, they are usually seldom recorded in the standard network of meteorological stations and corresponding information has therefore to be gathered from various documentary sources (narrative sources, taxation data, newspapers, special reports, etc.). Qualitative description of such events over the… CONTINUE READING
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