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By S. Trivikrama Rao, Christian Hogrefe, Gopal Sistla, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Winston Hao (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Ekaterina Batchvarova (eds.)

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8. 8. Date in 1997 Error >= 5/8 19. 9 Error >= 2/8 Figure 1. Graph ofthe cloud cover forecast error ofthe EUROPA-model: Percentage of grid points over Germany predicted erroneously after 24 hours over Germany. The error is deterrnined by comparing the predicted cloud cover data with the corresponding EUROPA Modell analysis. Variability difTerence. It is far more difficult to judge the differences due to the different origin of the two data types. However, the different variability of the data, beside the forecast error, may cause substantial differences in the calculation of the concentration fields by REM3.

Chaumerliac" 559-566, Plenum Publishing. Hansen, OA, KJ. 1. Jansen, M. S. Vickery, 1991, The Eulerian model evalnation field study (EMEFS), Proc. 7th Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with AWMA, AMS, 58-62. , W. Gong and S. Menard, 1996, A New MC2/ADOM Modelling System and Its Application to the Study ofOxidants in the Canadian Southern AtIantic Region, in "Air Pollution Modelling and Its Applications, Xl", edit. S. Gryning, and FA Schiermeier, 275-282, Plenum Publishing.

Therefore, REM3 results gained by employing a numerically predicted data base will be compared to results gained by an analysed data base for the summer 1997. The forecast error of the prognostic data base will influence the model simulation. ) causes substantial differences in the' calculated ozone fields too. The cloud cover is chosen as an example to illustrate the differences of the two data sets and their impact on the model calculation. -E. Gryning and E. Batchvarova, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2000 39 MODEL DESCRIPTION AND FORE CAST SETUP REM3 (= Regional Eulerian Model) is a photochemical transport model ofthe planetary boundary layer in a regional scale (Stern 1994).

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