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Project ENDORSE - Excerpt of the report on the harmonization and qualification of meteorological data:Procedures for quality check of meteorological data

Abstract : Development of methods for products and services in ENDORSE calls upon meteorological measurements that are used for development, validation or in operation. As always in measurements, meteorological measurements are prone to errors, and gaps in time-series. Hence, ENDORSE has set up a series of activities aiming at producing tools and procedures for an accurate and easy use of meteorological data by the Consortium. Meteorological data measured by ground stations are often a key element in the development and validation of products and methods. Various meteorological variables at surface are handled: air temperature and relative humidity, wind speed and direction, solar exposure. Their quality is seldom known and they should be qualified before entering a method or serving as reference for validation. We performed a review of the state-of-the-art in quality check of meteorological data. The published procedures were tested and their results were analyzed. We finally establish a series of automatic procedures to be performed for assessing the plausibility of the measurements of the meteorological variables under concern.
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Bella Espinar, Lucien Wald, Philippe Blanc, Carsten Hoyer-Klick, Marion Schroedter Homscheidt, et al.. Project ENDORSE - Excerpt of the report on the harmonization and qualification of meteorological data:Procedures for quality check of meteorological data. [Research Report] D3.2, Mines ParisTech. 2011. ⟨hal-01493608⟩

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