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Title Geoinformatics and atmospheric science / edited by Tomasz Niedzielski, Krzysztof Migaa.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Birkhauser, [2018]

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Series Pageoph Topical Volumes
Pageoph topical volumes.
Subject Geoinformatics.
Atmospheric physics.
Alt Name Niielski, Tomasz,
Migaa, Krzysztof, 1955-
Description 1 online resource.
Note "Previously published in Pure and Applied Geophysics (PAGEOPH), volume 174, no. 2, 2017."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Geoinformatics and Atmospheric Science: Introduction; Acknowledgements; REFERENCES; 1 Biweekly Sea Surface Temperature over the South China Sea and its association with the Western North Pacific Summer Monsoon; 1. Introduction; 2. Datasets and Methods; 3. Results; 4. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES; 2 North Equatorial Indian Ocean Convection and Indian Summer Monsoon June Progression: a Case Study of 2013 and 2014; 1. Introduction; 2. Data and Methodology; 3. Results; 4. Conclusion and Discussion; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES.
3 Sensitivity Study of Cloud Cover and Ozone Modeling to Microphysics Parameterization1. Introduction; 2. Data and Methods; 2.1. Study Area and Period; 2.2. The WRF Model; 2.3. Measurements for Model Evaluation; 2.4. Evaluation of the Model Results Using the Cloud Cover Mask; 2.5. Categorical Verification; 2.6. Objective Verification; 2.7. Evaluation of Meteorological Variables and Ozone Concentration; 3. Results and Discussion; 3.1. Cloud Cover; 3.2. The SAL Method; 3.3. Categorical Verification; 3.4. Meteorological Variables; 3.5. Ozone Concentrations; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgments.
5 High-Resolution Dynamical Downscaling of ERA-Interim Using the WRF Regional Climate Model for the Area of Poland. Part 2: Model Performance with Respect to Automatically Derived Circulation Types1. Introduction; 2. Data and Methods; 2.1. The WRF Model; 2.2. Calculation of Circulation Types; 2.2.1 Direction of Advection; 2.2.2 Cyclonality for 825 (Lower) and 500 (Upper) Isobaric Level; 2.2.3 Humidity Type; 2.3. Meteorological Data for the WRF Model Evaluation; 2.4. The WRF Model Evaluation; 3. Results; 3.1. WRF and E-OBS Comparison with Meteorological Measurements.
3.2. Circulation Types Analysis4. Summary and Conclusions; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES; 6 Aerosol-Radiation Feedback and PM10 Air Concentrations Over Poland; 1. Introduction; 2. Methodology; 2.1. WRF-Chem Setup; 2.2. Evaluation of the WRF-Chem Model Results; 3. Results; 3.1. Meteorology; 3.2. PM10 Concentrations; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES; 4. Discussion and Conclusion; 7 The Relevance of Surface Roughness Data Qualities in Diagnostic Modeling of Wind Velocity in Complex Terrain: A Case Study from the Sacuteniezdotnik Massif (SW Poland); 1. Introduction; 2. Study Area; 3. Methods.
Summary This volume presents recent developments in atmospheric sciences driven by numerical modeling which makes use of geospatial technologies and increasing computational power. It gathers examples of how geoinformatics supports meteorological, climatological and water-related studies. One of the most important features of geospatial technologies is that they provide methods and tools which may be utilized in real time or near real time in order to monitor and predict atmospheric processes. This is particularly crucial in areas where dynamics of atmospheric phenomena is considerable and causes difficulties in accurate forecasting. One of such areas is the transitional zone between oceanic and continental features of the mid-latitude climate. Good examples of investigations into the transitional zone come from Poland and its neighboring countries. The topical volume provides the reader with a selection of papers on physically-based and data-based modelling of weather-related phenomena over Poland. This main theme of the topical volume is extended to cover case studies on the use of geoinformatics in atmospheric studies in other regions at a range of spatial scales.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 18, 2017).
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 25, 2017).
ISBN 9783319660929 (electronic bk.)
3319660926 (electronic bk.)
9783319660912 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-66092-9
OCLC # 1003317619
Additional Format Print version: Geoinformatics and atmospheric science. Cham, Switzerland : Birkhauser, [2018] 9783319660912 3319660918 (OCoLC)994639889

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