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Meteorologische Zeitschrift (originally founded in 1866) is the joint periodical of the meteorological societies of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It accepts high-quality peer-reviewed manuscripts on all aspects of observational, theoretical and computational research out of the entire field of meteorology, including climatology. Meteorologische Zeitschrift represents a natural forum for the meteorological community of Central Europe and worldwide.

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Volume 17, Number 5, October 2008
The DACH Conference 2007 September 10-14, 2007 in Hamburg, Germany

Editorial

Free Content The DACH Conference 2007 September 10–14, 2007 in Hamburg, Germany
pp. 531-532(2)
Authors: Behr, Hein Dieter; Wulfmeyer, Volker; Wulfmeyer, Imke

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Part I: DACH Conference 2007

Dry and wet periods in the northwestern Maghreb for present day and future climate conditions
pp. 533-551(19)
Authors: Born, Kai; Fink, Andreas H.; Paeth, Heiko

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Identification and global climatology of upper-level troughs at low latitudes
pp. 565-573(9)
Authors: Fröhlich, Luise; Knippertz, Peter

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Development and application of an objective storm severity measure for the Northeast Atlantic region
pp. 575-587(13)
Authors: Leckebusch, Gregor C.; Renggli, Dominik; Ulbrich, Uwe

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Free Content Surface-based remote sensing of the mixing-layer height – a review
pp. 621-630(10)
Authors: Emeis, Stefan; Schäfer, Klaus; Münkel, Christoph

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Part II: Other articles

Free Content On the homogeneity of radiosonde wind time series
pp. 631-643(13)
Authors: Gruber, Christine; Haimberger, Leopold

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Simulation of summer temperature extremes over the Czech Republic in regional climate models
pp. 645-661(17)
Authors: Kyselý, Jan; Beranová, Romana; Picek, Jan; Štepánek, Petr

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Free Content An automated procedure to detect discontinuities; performance assessment and application to a large European climate data set
pp. 663-672(10)
Authors: Begert, Michael; Zenklusen, Evelyn; Häberli, Christian; Appenzeller, Christof; Klok, Lisette

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Part II: Other article

History of the Meteorologische Zeitschrift
pp. 685-693(9)
Author: Emeis, Stefan

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Book Reviews

Book Reviews
pp. 695-700(6)

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