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https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-15-3785-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-15-3785-2015
Research article
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08 Apr 2015
Research article |  | 08 Apr 2015

High-resolution observations of the near-surface wind field over an isolated mountain and in a steep river canyon

B. W. Butler, N. S. Wagenbrenner, J. M. Forthofer, B. K. Lamb, K. S. Shannon, D. Finn, R. M. Eckman, K. Clawson, L. Bradshaw, P. Sopko, S. Beard, D. Jimenez, C. Wold, and M. Vosburgh

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Interest in numerical wind models continues to increase, especially for models that can simulate winds at relatively high spatial resolution (~100m). However, limited observational data exist for evaluation of model predictive performance. This study presents high-resolution surface wind data sets collected from an isolated mountain and a steep river canyon. The data are available to the public at http://www.firemodels.org/index.php/windninja-introduction/windninja-publications.
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