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A new approach to sensitivity climatologies: the DTS-MEDEX-2009 campaign
Title: A new approach to sensitivity climatologies: the DTS-MEDEX-2009 campaign
Authors: Jansà Clar, AgustíAutor AEMETArbogast, PhilippeDoerenbecher, AlexisGarcies, L.Genovés Tero, AnaHomar Santaner, VíctorKlink, StefanRichardson, DavidSahin, C.
Keywords: Numerical weather forecasts; DTS-MEDEX-2009; Mediterranean climatology
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: European Geosciences Union
Citation: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 2011, 11(9), p. 2381-2390
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Abstract: Adaptive observation is an approach to improving the quality of numerical weather forecasts through the optimization of observing networks. It is sometimes referred to as Data Targeting (DT). This approach has been applied to high impact weather during specific field campaigns in the past decade. Adaptive observations may involve various types of observations, including either specific research observing platforms or routine observing platforms employed in an adaptive way. The North-Atlantic TReC 2003 and the EURORISK-PREVIEW 2008 exercises focused on the North-Atlantic and Western Europe areas using mainly routine observing systems. These campaigns also included Mediterranean cases.
Sponsorship : This work has received partial support from the MEDICANES/1 CGL200801271 project.
ISSN: 1684-9981
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