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Climate Model Berlin - Analysis Maps 2001

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Figures

Fig. 1: Classification of the land use for the model application. A key with 14 use classes is used, adjusted to the requirements of the FITNAH model. The red rectangle encloses the area of the detailed-analysis area in the model application

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Fig. 2: Detail from the Automated Property Map (indication of numbers of storeys in Roman numerals)

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Fig. 3: Database and data flow for the application of the climate model FITNAH

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Fig. 4: Example for the representation of a natural landscape, in model-terrain character

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Fig. 5: Verification of the results of the climate model FITNAH (Fig. right) on the basis of stationary and mobile measurements in the area of Gleisdreieck in the left Figure, the lines emanating from the measurement points point in the direction from which the wind comes; in the right Figure, the wind arrows point in the flow direction.

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Fig. 6: Areas involved in cold-air generation or cold air out-flow in the urban areas of Berlin during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (10 PM; grid resolution: 200 m)

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Fig. 7: Situation of the test areas A, B and C for the clarification of the processes "cold air generation" and "cold-air out-flow" during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (10 PM; grid resolution: 200 m)

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Fig. 8: Air exchange per grid cell and the autochthonous current field in the Grunewald-Wilmersdorf transition zone during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (10 PM; grid resolution: 200 m)

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Fig. 9: Air exchange per grid cell and autochthonous current field in the Mahlsdorf area during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (10 PM; grid resolution: 200 m)

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Fig. 10: The air exchange per grid cell and autochthonous current field in the area of Tempelhof Airport during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (10 PM; grid resolution: 200 m)

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Tables

Tab. 1: Proportion of spaces in the city area involved in the formation of autochthonous current systems. The thermally and orographically (relief-caused) induced current systems are distinguished.

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Tab. 2: Cold-air mass currents in the Berlin boroughs during a cloudless summer night

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Tab. 3: Mean air-exchange rate, mass current and flow speed of the corridor wind per grid cell along the corridor section in the Grunewald-Wilmersdorf transition zone during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (grid resolution: 200 m)

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Tab. 4: Mean air exchange rate, mass current and flow speed of corridor wind per grid cell along the corridor section in Mahlsdorf during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (grid resolution: 200 m)

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Tab. 5: Mean air-exchange rate, mass current and flow speed of the corridor wind per grid cell along a corridor section in the Tempelhof Airport area during a low-exchange cloudless summer night (grid resolution: 50 m)

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