End-user Workshop on 26th of October 2010 in Aalborg, Denmark

Introducing BALTRAD by Daniel Michelson, BALTRAD, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Sweden

How to represent uncertain radar observations and weather forecasts by Andrea M. Rossa, COST 731 Management Committee Chair, ARPA Veneto, Centro Meteorologico di Teolo, Italy. Contributions from the COST 731 and MAP D-PHASE community

More and better information with improved radar technology (dual polarisation radars) by Rashpal Gill, Danish Meteorological Institute, Denmark. Contributions from Thomas Bøvith and Martin Sørensen.

Visualizing Weather Radar Data Quality by Markus Peura, Finnish Meteorological Institute. Contributions from Harri Hohti, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Radar detection range analysis for frontal precipitation including use of radar information for winter road maintenance by Harri Hohti, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Weather radar data information in support of nuclear accident scenarios by Juhani Lahtinen, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK), Finland

 Weather Radar in Operational Hydrology by Professor Chris Collier, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, Head of Strategic Partnerships, University of Leeds, UK

Local Area Weather Radar (LAWR) System to Approve Drainage Systems Capacity and Case Study from Egedal –Denmark by Sabah Al-Shididi, Avedøre Wastewater Services, Denmark. Contributions from Henrik S. Andersen, DHI, Denmark and Frank Hjulskov, Egedal Forsyning A/S, Denmark 
 

Local Area Weather Radars in Denmark by Niels Einar Jensen, DHI Weather Radar Systems, Denmark 

Experience with Radar based Flow Forecasts in Waste Water Systems by Morten Grum, Kruger A/S, Denmark 

Road Construction and Traffic Applications by Michael R. Rasmussen, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. Contributions from Michael Quist, Danish Road Directorate, Denmark 

Modelling the atmospheric migration of radionuclides with use of the information of radar in case of emergency situation by Dr. Olga Zhukova, Head of Department, Republican center for radiation control and environmental monitoring, Minsk, Belarus

 

 

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