K. heinke's research while affiliated with University of Hamburg and other places

Publications (3)

Article
Nesting means to use time dependent boundary values from a coarser grid simulation in a high-resolution model run. The aim of this work is to evaluate how often the forcing data have to be updated for representing the large-scale development in a realistic way. For our study, the mesoscale model METRAS is used in different resolutions: A coarse gri...
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Overview of current methodologies and tools for mesoscale meteorological model validation and result evaluation, on validation datasets and user training are provided. This overview will assist in the wider aim of COST 728 to enhance European capabilities on meteorological models for air pollution dispersion applications. This report is meant as a...

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... agreement determines the degree to which magnitudes and signs of the observed value are related to the predicted values, in other words, the trend relationship (Schlünzen and Sokhi 2008). Emery et al. (2001) proposed statistical benchmarks for the meteorological parameters-temperature IOA > 0.7, bias ± 0.5 K, RMSE 2.0 K and wind speed IOA > 0.6, bias ± 0.5 m/s, RMSE 2.0 m/s. ...