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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 250928

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Autori: Telišman Prtenjak, Maja; Grisogono, Branko
Naslov: Sea/land breeze climatological characteristics along the northern Croatian Adriatic Coast
( Sea/land breeze climatological characteristics along the northern Croatian Adriatic Coast )
Izvornik: Theoretical and Applied Climatology (0177-798X) 90 (2007), 3-4; 201-215
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: sea/land breeze; climatology; Adriatic coast
( sea/land breeze; climatology; Adriatic coast )
Sažetak:
Climatological characteristics along the northern Croatian Adriatic coast have been examined for nine meteorological stations for the summertime sea/land breeze circulation. The stations considered are Pula-airport, Opatija, Rijeka, Senj, Malinska, Rijeka-airport, Mali Lošinj, Rab and Zadar. The hourly surface measurements at each station from June to September for the period 1991-2004 as well as the radiosoundings in Zadar (from 2002-2004) were used for the analysis. A dataset with the sea/land breeze days was formed according to the several criteria. The mean daily maxima of both air and sea surface temperatures were more influenced by the large scale disturbances toward north (e.g. in Rijeka or Opatija) compared to the values for e.g. Zadar. Furthermore, the influence of the large scale disturbances diminished toward the south concerning the sea-land temperature difference only at the stations placed at Rijeka Bay and Velebit channel. The strongest sea breeze was found at Pula-airport and the most frequent ones at Opatija and Zadar. At Senj the rarest, the weakest and the shortest sea breeze was observed. The climatological records of wind speed and air-sea temperature difference (Δ T) showed for Opatija, Malinska and Zadar that the maximum measured wind speed is around 4.5 °C confirming the nonlinear relationship between the sea breeze speeds and the Δ T during the day. At most stations, the clockwise rotation of the hodographs prevails which is typical for the Northern hemisphere due to Coriolis force, with the exception at Senj and Malinska. While the hodographs for Pula, Rijeka-airport and Mali Lošinj display a later onset of the prevailing sea breeze because of the interaction among several sea breeze circulations, the results for Opatija, Zadar and Senj show considerably distorted hodographs because of the nearby channeling of the air flow.
Projekt / tema: 119-1193086-1311
Izvorni jezik: eng
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Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Fizika,Geologija
Puni text rada: 250928.fulltext.pdf (tekst priložen 19. Lis. 2007. u 14:38 sati)
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