Poster Programme MC2

MC2

Data rescue, management, quality and homogenization
Convener: M. Brunet-India 
Co-Conveners: A. Mestre Barcelo , Allan 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 16 Sep, 14:00–19:00 / Room E3
 / Fri, 17 Sep, 08:30–10:30 / Room E3
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Sep, 16:00–17:00 / Poster Area P4
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Attendance Time: Thursday, 16 Sep, 16:00–17:00
Poster Area P4
Chairperson: Manola Brunet, Claus Ker-Hansen, Antonio Mestre
P4-5
EMS2010-44
Climatological Data Rescue from historic meteorological stations in the Czech Republic.
M. Repka

P4-6
EMS2010-57
The SPOOKI post production system
M. Beauchemin, M. Klasa, S. Fortier, F. Fortin, G. Hardy, L. Pelletier, S. Edouard, B. Archambault, and H. Yazidi

P4-7
EMS2010-96
The Vienna Temperature Series: Strengths and weaknesses for the use in climate change analyses
I. Auer, R. Böhm, C. Gruber, and A. Jurković

P4-8
EMS2010-164
Newest developments of ACMANT
P. Domonkos and R. Poza

P4-9
EMS2010-272
Observation and Modelling of 1/f-Noise in Weather and Climate
R. Blender, X. Zhu, F. Sienz, and K. Fraedrich

P4-10
EMS2010-393
The Mountain Observatory Bjelašnica -History, Analysis, Homogenization and Interpretation of a more than 100 years long Temperature Data Set
A. Jurkovic, Z. Majstorovic, R. Böhm, I. Auer, Ch. Gruber, S. Hodzic, A. Orlik, and Dz. Zulum

P4-11
EMS2010-396
Renewed data quality control of Slovenian climate data
G. Vertacnik

P4-12
EMS2010-402
Actual problems of collection and processing of climate data of Georgia
Z. Tskvitinidze, L. Tskvitinidze, M. Pkhakadze, and G. Dartsimelia

P4-13
EMS2010-465
Data quality control for daily and subdaily series of various meteorological elements in the area of the Czech Republic
Dr. Štěpánek and M.Sc Zahradníček

P4-14
EMS2010-490
Comparison and homogenization of three different data sources available for spatial and temporal variability of air temperature in Brno region (Czech Republic)
L. Řezníčková and P. Dobrovolný

P4-15
EMS2010-516
Precipitation chemistry based on row and homogenised data series
K. Špoler Čanić and D. Rasol

P4-16
EMS2010-517
Gaussian Mixture Models for forecasting and filling of climatological time series
D. Calandria-Hernández, J.M. Hidalgo-Muñoz, D. Argüeso, S.R. Gámiz-Fortis, M.J. Esteban-Parra, and Y. Castro-Díez

P4-17
EMS2010-519
Snowline retrievals using operational satellite data
R. Becker

P4-18
EMS2010-521
Grid Data Management and Customer Demands at MeteoSwiss
G. Rigo and Ch. Lukasczyk

P4-19
EMS2010-528
Metadata in Climatology: its reconstruction and digitization
M. Nadbath

P4-20
EMS2010-533
Development of a homogeneous long monthly precipitation dataset for Spain
M. Y. Luna, J. A. Guijarro, and J. A. López

P4-21
EMS2010-534
Advances in the homogenization of daily climate surface data in Switzerland
C. Füllemann, M. Begert, and M. Croci-Maspoli

P4-22
EMS2010-539
Homogeneous maximum temperature series of the Swiss National Basic Climatological Network from 1864 to 2009
M. Begert and C. Füllemann

P4-23
EMS2010-636
Homogeneity of Latvian temperature and precipitation series
L. Lizuma and A. Briede

P4-24
EMS2010-764
The SunCloud project: An initiative for a development of a worldwide sunshine duration and cloudiness observations dataset
A. Sanchez-Lorenzo and the SunCloud Team