High resolution weather forecasting and predictability - applications in complex terrain
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Paper I: Reprinted from Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D2, 4058), Hauge, G. and Hole, L.R, Implementation of slope irradiance in Mesoscale model version 5 and its effect on temperature and wind fields during the break-up of a temperature inversion. Copyright 2003 American Geophysical Union. Published version available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2002JD002575Paper II: Reprinted from Applied Acoustics, 64, Hole, L.R. and Hauge, G., Simulation of a morning air temperature inversion break-up in complex terrain and the influence on sound propagation on a local scale, pp. 401–414. Copyright 2003 Elsevier, reprinted with permission. Published version available: <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0003-682X(02)00104-4"target=_blank>http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0003-682X(02)00104-4Paper III: Drage, M. and Hauge, G., , Atmospheric icing in a coastal mountainous terrain. Measurements and numerical simulations, a case study. Pre-print. Accepted for publication in Cold regions science and technology. Published by Elsevier.Paper IV: Hauge, G.; Holstad, A.; Lie, I. and Dagestad, K.F. , Predictability of very high resolution operational weather models in complex terrain. Pre-print. Submitted to Weather and Forecasting. Published by American Meteorological Society.
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