In this Issue – September 2018

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Meteorological Technology International

September 2018

The September 2018 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

VIEW FROM ABOVE : EUMETSAT has one eye on the future following the successful launch of its final Copernicus Sentinel satellite

WHEN IN DROUGHT : Cape Town in South Africa serves as a lesson in water management for the rest of the world

ROUTE TO SUCCESS : Gap-filling sensors provide a low cost alternative to road outstations and help
improve route-based road forecasts

IRRADIATION MONITORING : Better information on sun irradiance is allowing photovoltaic operators
to ensure optimal solar exploitation

STATE OF FLUX : Large aperture scintillometers can provide a reliable alternative to the eddy covariance technique

SMART ANEMOMETER : A new generation of cup-star anemometers are setting new standards in windspeed measurement

SKY HIGH : The use of drones can address the issues, opportunities and challenges of data collection in Antarctic stations

 

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