ECMWF/WMO Workshop on Radiosonde Data Quality and Monitoring

The ECMWF/WMO Workshop on Radiosonde Data Quality and Monitoring was held from 14 to 16 December 1987.

Documents

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Proceedings

Effects of deviations from recommended procedures on radiosonde data and the manufacturer's possibilities to correct such deviations

V Antikainen

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A comparison of radiosonde monitoring statistics from the Meteorologial Office and ECMWF

J Ashcroft

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Initiatives by CBS to establish a system for monitoring the quality of observations

M J Atkins

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A digital radiosonde system with open architecture

J Beukers

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ECMWF monitoring system

H Böttger

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Monitoring the Baseline Upper Air Network (BUAN)

H Böttger

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Monitoring of remote radiosonde observations in the Atlantic by the UKMO

M Field

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Radiosonde data quality - A user's perspective

F G Finger

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Comparison of measurements of European radiosonde stations in the 100 hPa level

C Fink

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The use of an operational data assimilation system to infer the quality of radiosonde observations

C D Hall

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Indentification of forecast bias and observation bias

A Hollingsworth

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Summary of WMO Radiosonde Intercomparisons

S Huovila

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Representativeness errors for radiosonde observations

M Kitchen

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The relevance of the WMO international radiosonde comparison results to the global operational radiosonde network

J Nash

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Baseline Upper Air Network (BUAN) feasibility study -

J Neilon

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Some national and international routines for system evaluation and fault reporting

J M Nicholls

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ECMWF radiosonde monitoring results

A Radford

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Test results using suggesting temperature corrections for the US radiosonde and application to the WMO Intercomparison measurements

F J Schmidlin

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Performance of Indian radiosonde in the International Radiosonde Intercomparison Experiment Phase II (1985)

N Seshadri

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A binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data - an introduction to FM 94 BUFR

D Söderman

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