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  • Stefan Emeis
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Abstract

This chapter is not designed to summarize the main points from the preceding chapters. This has already been done in the concluding subchapters of each of the Chaps.  3 9. Rather, we will try to look briefly at possible future developments and a few limitations for the use of the material in this book. This concerns technical aspects as well as assessment methods for meteorological conditions and possible climate impacts of large-scale wind energy conversion.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für Meteorologie und KlimaforschungKarlsruher Institut für TechnologieGarmisch-PartenkirchenGermany

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