Fog & Low Cloud Forecasting - the Victorian Approach. Harvey Stern, Kevin Parkyn, Peter Newham Victorian Regional Office. Aviation Weather Services Workshop Thursday 23 May, 4.15pm-5.00pm.
Fog & Low Cloud Forecasting- the Victorian Approach
Harvey Stern, Kevin Parkyn, Peter Newham
Victorian Regional Office
Aviation Weather Services Workshop
Thursday 23 May, 4.15pm-5.00pm
Part 1 Harvey Stern- Historical BackgroundPart 2 Kevin Parkyn- Bob Jackson’s Fog/Stratus Forecasting ProgramPart 3 Peter Newham- Towards Timing Fog Onset and Clearance
(concentrating on Melbourne Airport).
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Keith R (1978) Formation of low cloud at Melbourne Airport in a lee trough. Airmet Conference Papers, Canberra Meteorological Society; Royal Meteorological Society (Australian Branch); Canberra, 1978, pp 39-44.
Treloar ABA and Stern H (1993) A climatology and synoptic classification of Victorian severe thunderstorms. Fourth International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, March 29 to April 2, 1993, Hobart, Australia, American Meteorological Society.
Stern H and Parkyn K (1998) Synoptic climatology of fog at Melbourne Airport. Abstracts, ANZ Climate Forum, Perth, 1998.
Stern H and Parkyn K (1999) Predicting the likelihood of fog at Melbourne Airport. 8th Conference on aviation, range and aerospace meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Dallas, Texas, 10-15 Jan., 1999.
Stern H and Parkyn K (2000) Low cloud at Melbourne Airport: A synoptic climatology leading to a forecasting technique. AMOS Annual Conference, Melbourne, 2000.
Stern H and Parkyn K (2001) A web-based Melbourne Airport fog and low cloud forecasting technique. 2nd Conference on Fog and Fog Collection, St John's, New Foundland, Canada 15-20 Jul.,2001.