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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.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 22, Number 2, April 2013

Editorial

Free Content Special issue on METTOOLSVIII
pp. 99-101(3)
Authors: Raabe, Armin; Schlünzen, K. Heinke

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Open Access Remote sensing of temperature and wind using acoustic travel-time measurements
pp. 103-109(7)
Authors: Barth, Manuela; Fischer, Gabi; Raabe, Armin; Ziemann, Astrid; Weiße, Frank

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Open Access Application of footprint models for wind turbine locations
pp. 111-115(5)
Author: Foken, Thomas

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Open Access Impact of local adaptation measures and regional climate change on perceived temperature
pp. 117-130(14)
Authors: Schoetter, Robert; Grawe, David; Hoffmann, Peter; Kirschner, Peter; Grätz, Angelika; Schlünzen, K. Heinke

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Open Access Analysing the vulnerability of buildings to climate change: Summer heat and flooding
pp. 145-153(9)
Authors: Nikolowski, Johannes; Goldberg, Valeri; Zimm, Jakob; Naumann, Thomas

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Open Access Micro-scale variability of urban particle number and mass concentrations in Leipzig, Germany
pp. 155-165(11)
Authors: Birmili, Wolfram; Rehn, Johanna; Vogel, Andreas; Boehlke, Christoph; Weber, Konradin; Rasch, Fabian

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Open Access Heat stress in urban areas: Indoor and outdoor temperatures in different urban structure types and subjectively reported well-being during a heat wave in the city of Leipzig
pp. 167-177(11)
Authors: Franck, Ulrich; Krüger, Michael; Schwarz, Nina; Grossmann, Katrin; Röder, Stefan; Schlink, Uwe

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Open Access The PM2.5 Fine Particle Background Network of the German Meteorological Service-First Results
pp. 187-194(8)
Authors: Kaminski, Uwe; Fricker, Mathieu; Dietze, Volker

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Open Access Variability of aerosol particles in the urban atmosphere of Dresden (Germany): Effects of spatial scale and particle size
pp. 195-211(17)
Authors: Birmili, Wolfram; Tomsche, Laura; Sonntag, Andre; Opelt, Claudia; Weinhold, Kay; Nordmann, Stephan; Schmidt, Wolfram

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