Author(s): F. Gassmann, W. Feller, O. Schaub, K. Kamber,
N. Moussiopoulos & V. Megariti
During 1991-92, 50 meteorological stations measured wind, temperature and
humidity in a 1200 km^ investigation area around Basel, where many side
valleys and mountain ridges form a complex orography.
The data set was ana-
lysed for turbulence characteristics and wind field classes, that can be conti-
nuously monitored by a small number of "representative" on-line stations.
results of Kaufmann and Weber (J.Appl.Meteor., 1996) show that it is possible
to assign every observed wind field (one-hour averages) to one of 12 classes.
Implementation of their classification into emergency planning would consi-
derably improve emergency response during inadver...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960501
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