The MeteoMet project - metrology for meteorology: challenges and results
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2015

The study describes significant outcomes of the Metrology for Meteorology' project, MeteoMet, which is an attempt to bridge the meteorological and metrological communities. The concept of traceability, an idea used in both fields but with a subtle difference in meaning, is at the heart of the project. For meteorology, a traceable measurement is the one that can be traced back to a particular instrument, time and location. From a metrological perspective, traceability further implies that the measurement can be traced back to a primary realization of the quantity being measured in terms of the base units of the International System of Units, the SI. These two perspectives reflect long-standing differences in culture and practice and this project - and this study - represents only the first step towards better communication between the two communities. The 3 year MeteoMet project was funded by the European Metrology Research Program (EMRP) and involved 18 European National Metrological Institutes, 3 universities and 35 collaborating stakeholders including national meteorology organizations, research institutes, universities, associations and instrument companies. The project brought a metrological perspective to several long-standing measurement problems in meteorology and climatology, varying from conventional ground-based measurements to those made in the upper atmosphere. It included development and testing of novel instrumentation as well as improved calibration procedures and facilities, instrument intercomparison under realistic conditions and best practice dissemination. Additionally, the validation of historical temperature data series with respect to measurement uncertainties and a methodology for recalculation of the values were included.

absolute

validation

metrology

2.7 mu-m

joint research

ground-based gps

tdlas

historical temperature data series

calibration

pressure

water

line-strength

Earth surface observations

Författare

A. Merlone

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

G. Lopardo

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

F. Sanna

Consiglo Nazionale Delle Richerche

S. Bell

National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

R. Benyon

Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aeroespacial

R. A. Bergerud

F. Bertiglia

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

J. Bojkovski

UL-FE/LMK Univerza v Ljubjani

N. Bose

M. Brunet

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

A. Cappella

Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers

G. Coppa

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

D. del Campo

Centro Espanol de Metrologia

M. Dobre

Middenstand en Energie

J. Drnovsek

UL-FE/LMK Univerza v Ljubjani

V. Ebert

R. Emardson

V. Fernicola

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

K. Flakiewicz

MG/GUM

T. Gardiner

National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

C. Garcia-Izquierdo

Centro Espanol de Metrologia

E. Georgin

Laboratoire National De Metrologie Et D'essais

A. Gilabert

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

A. Grykalowska

Polish Academy of Sciences

E. Grudniewicz

MG/GUM

M. Heinonen

M. Holmsten

D. Hudoklin

UL-FE/LMK Univerza v Ljubjani

Jan Johansson

Chalmers, Rymd- och geovetenskap, Rymdgeodesi och geodynamik

H. Kajastie

H. Kaykisizli

Temperature Metrology Division

P. Klason

L. Knazovicka

Cesky Metrologicky Institut Brno

A. Lakka

A. Kowal

Polish Academy of Sciences

H. Muller

C. Musacchio

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

J. Nwaboh

P. Pavlasek

Temperature Metrology Department

A. Piccato

Istituto nazionale di ricerca metrologica (INRiM)

L. Pitre

Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers

M. de Podesta

National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

M. K. Rasmussen

Teknologisk Institut

H. Sairanen

D. Smorgon

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

F. Sparasci

Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers

R. Strnad

Cesky Metrologicky Institut Brno

A. Szmyrka- Grzebyk

Polish Academy of Sciences

R. Underwood

National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

Meteorological Applications

1350-4827 (ISSN) 1469-8080 (eISSN)

Vol. 22 820-829

Ämneskategorier

Meteorologi och atmosfärforskning

Infrastruktur

Onsala rymdobservatorium

DOI

10.1002/met.1528

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