Ensemble dispersion forecasting - Part 2. Application and evaluation

S. Galmarini, R. Bianconi, R. Addis, S. Andronopoulos, P. Astrup, J.C. Bartzis, R. Bellasio, R. Buckley, H. Champion, M. Chino, R. D'Amours, E. Davakis, H. Eleveld, H. Glaab, A. Manning, T. Mikkelsen, U. Pechinger, E. Polreich, M. Prodanova, H. SlaperD. Syrakov, H. Terada, L. Van der Auwera

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    The data collected during the long-range European tracer experiment (ETEX) conducted in 1994, are used to estimate quantitatively the ensemble dispersion concept presented in Part I. The modeling groups taking part to the ENSEMBLE activities (see, Part I) repeated model simulations of the dispersion of ETEX release 1 and the model ensemble is compared with the monitoring data. The scope of the comparison is to estimate to what extent the ensemble analysis is an improvement with respect to the single model results and represents a superior analysis of the process evolution. (C) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalAtmospheric Environment
    Volume38
    Issue number28
    Pages (from-to)4619-4632
    ISSN1352-2310
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Galmarini, S., Bianconi, R., Addis, R., Andronopoulos, S., Astrup, P., Bartzis, J. C., ... Auwera, L. V. D. (2004). Ensemble dispersion forecasting - Part 2. Application and evaluation. Atmospheric Environment, 38(28), 4619-4632. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2004.05.031
    Galmarini, S. ; Bianconi, R. ; Addis, R. ; Andronopoulos, S. ; Astrup, P. ; Bartzis, J.C. ; Bellasio, R. ; Buckley, R. ; Champion, H. ; Chino, M. ; D'Amours, R. ; Davakis, E. ; Eleveld, H. ; Glaab, H. ; Manning, A. ; Mikkelsen, T. ; Pechinger, U. ; Polreich, E. ; Prodanova, M. ; Slaper, H. ; Syrakov, D. ; Terada, H. ; Auwera, L. Van der. / Ensemble dispersion forecasting - Part 2. Application and evaluation. In: Atmospheric Environment. 2004 ; Vol. 38, No. 28. pp. 4619-4632.
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    Ensemble dispersion forecasting - Part 2. Application and evaluation. / Galmarini, S.; Bianconi, R.; Addis, R.; Andronopoulos, S.; Astrup, P.; Bartzis, J.C.; Bellasio, R.; Buckley, R.; Champion, H.; Chino, M.; D'Amours, R.; Davakis, E.; Eleveld, H.; Glaab, H.; Manning, A.; Mikkelsen, T.; Pechinger, U.; Polreich, E.; Prodanova, M.; Slaper, H.; Syrakov, D.; Terada, H.; Auwera, L. Van der.

    In: Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 38, No. 28, 2004, p. 4619-4632.

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