Thursday 29 October 2020 at Alpe Veglia is a day of strong wind with gusts up to 90 km/h, a weak drizzle mixed with sleet carried by the wind lashing the plain at times, and Read more…
Research and society
Scientific research in meteorology serves to better understand how our atmosphere works and to produce numerical models that help to live and attend more safely the most inaccessible areas of the Alpine territory
Data and observations
Collect high-quality data of quantities that are usually poorly studied
Analisys and research
Analyze unique data and develop new approaches and theories to fully understand the Mountain Boundary Layer (MBL).
Models and forecasts
Develop regional scale models (WRF), implementing new datasets and verifying them with data collected in field campaigns
These are the challenges of the MetAlp project: to understand more deeply the atmosphere
in the mountain environment and to implement the discoveries made with experimental campaigns
in the numerical models of weather forecasting.
These are the challenges of the MetAlp project: to understand the atmosphere more deeply
in the mountain environments and implement the discoveries made with
experimental campaigns in numerical weather forecasting models.