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Applying Metrology to Meteorological Measurements

Author: Robin Farley

Publishing Magazine: Meteorological Technology International

Issue: April 2015

An increasing focus on atmospheric water vapor concentration and its implication within the diverse fields of climatic research and meteorology has led to increasing scrutiny into the precision and reliability of humidity measurement data. Climatic water vapor is one of the more challenging aspects of meteorology, with unreliable results, variability of units and non-traceable calibration perhaps the most pertinent issues. Humidity measurement and calibration systems have consequentially become a hot topic. Within the current European Meteorological Research Program (EMRP) there are several key work packages focused on humidity. The Metrology for Meteorology and Climate international workshop – MMC 2014 – that took place in Slovenia in September 2014 also had a Major humidity Focus.

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