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Cooperation

  • Simulations offer the opportunity to conduct idealized studies. To allow the comparison of model calculations with high resolution measurements, turbulence-resolving simulations are needed. Large-eddy simulation (LES) offers the ideal conditions for that.
    We use simulations, which are conducted by the PALM group led by Prof. Raasch at the Institute of Meteorology and Climatology, University of Hannover.
  • Up to now dual-Doppler lidar systems were deployed in field campaigns only a few times. With the "Environmental Remote Sensing Group" of Prof. Ronald Calhoun at Arizona State University, we have found  an experienced partner for an exchange about measurement strategies and data evaluation. 
  • Within the institute, the junior research group works in close cooperation with the groups Convective Systems and Land Surface and Boundary Layer as well as Transport Processes in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer (TABLe) at IMK-IFU..
  • The measurements are made with instruments from the KITcube.