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Optimum interpolation new snow depth analysis in HIRLAM
Title: Optimum interpolation new snow depth analysis in HIRLAM
Authors: Cansado, Alberto ORCID RESEARCHERID Autor AEMETMartín Herreros, CarmenAutor AEMETNavascués, BeatrizAutor AEMET
Keywords: HIRLAM; Interpolation method; Snow depth analysis
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Sveriges meteorologiska och hydrologiska institut
Citation: HIRLAM newsletter. 2009, 45, p. 248-252
Publisher version: http://www.hirlam.org/
Abstract: A new optimum interpolation analysis for snow depth has been implemented in HIRLAM. It includes some modifications of the background field computation accounting for a very simplified snow metamorphism. Additionally second order autoregressive function structure function has been introduced to model background errors and a bias correction scheme has been developed and implemented. Apart from other diagnostics to asses the performance of the new snow depth analysis the validation of the analysed snow cover has been carried out using SSMI derived NESDIS snow cover product.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11765/11960
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