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Volume 13, Number 5, October 2004
METTOOLS V, meeting October 2003

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Free Content Mettools V 6–10 October 2003, Essen, Germany
pp. 351-352(2)
Author: Kuttler, Wilhelm

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Vertical wind profiles over an urban area
pp. 353-359(7)
Author: Emeis, Stefan

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Frequency distributions of the mixing height over an urban area from SODAR data
pp. 361-367(7)
Authors: Emeis, Stefan; Türk, Matthias

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Influence of thermal effects on street canyon circulations
pp. 381-386(6)
Authors: Bohnenstengel, Sylvia; Schlünzen, Katharina Heinke; Grawe, David

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A model system for the assessment of ambient air quality conforming to EC directives
pp. 387-394(8)
Authors: Trukenmüller, Alfred; Grawe, David; Schlünzen, Katharina Heinke

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Air stress and air quality indices
pp. 395-403(9)
Authors: Mayer, Helmut; Makra, László; Kalberlah, Fritz; Ahrens, Dieter; Reuter, Ulrich

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Dewfall measurements on Lanzarote, Canary Islands
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: Graf, Alexander; Kuttler, Wilhelm; Werner, Julius

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A Bayesian decision method for climate change signal analysis
pp. 421-436(16)
Authors: Min, Seung-Ki; Hense, Andreas; Paeth, Heiko; Kwon, Won -Tae

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Establishing the threshold for intermittent aeolian sediment transport.
pp. 437-444(8)
Author: Schönfeldt, Hans Jürgen

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pp. 445-447(3)

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