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Geoinformatics and Atmospheric Science

  • Tomasz Niedzielski
  • Krzysztof Migała

Part of the Pageoph Topical Volumes book series (PTV)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Kinga Wałaszek, Maciej Kryza, Mariusz Szymanowski, Małgorzata Werner, Hanna Ojrzyńska
    Pages 33-52
  3. Małgorzata Werner, Maciej Kryza, Carsten Ambelas Skjøth, Kinga Wałaszek, Anthony J. Dore, Hanna Ojrzyńska et al.
    Pages 93-110
  4. Mariusz Szymanowski, Piotr Bednarczyk, Maciej Kryza, Marek Nowosad
    Pages 165-184
  5. Angeliki Mentzafou, Vasiliki Markogianni, Elias Dimitriou
    Pages 221-242
  6. A. Rutkowska, M. Żelazny, S. Kohnová, M. Łyp, K. Banasik
    Pages 243-263
  7. Wei Peng, Wujiao Dai, Rock Santerre, Changsheng Cai, Cuilin Kuang
    Pages 265-278

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

atmospheric sciences numerical modeling geospatial technologies atmospheric processes spatial scales

Editors and affiliations

  • Tomasz Niedzielski
    • 1
  • Krzysztof Migała
    • 2
  1. 1.Dept Geoinformatics & CartographyUniversity of Wrocław Dept Geoinformatics & CartographyWrocławPoland
  2. 2.University of WroclawWroclawPoland

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