Publications related to the University of Helsinki 2D mesoscale model

Lüpkes, C., T. Vihma, G. Birnbaum, S. Dierer, T. Garbrecht, V.M. Gryanik, M. Gryschka, J. Hartmann, G. Heinemann, L. Kaleschke, S. Raasch, H. Savijärvi, K.H. Schlünzen, and U. Wacker (2012), Mesoscale modelling of the Arctic atmospheric boundary layer and its interaction with sea ice, In: Lemke, P. and Jacobi, H.-W (Eds.): Arctic Climate Change - The ACSYS Decade and Beyond, Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, vol. 43, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-2027-5

Vihma, T., E. Tuovinen, and H. Savijärvi (2011), Interaction of katabatic winds and near-surface temperatures in the Antarctic, J. Geophys. Res., 116, D21119, doi:10.1029/2010JD014917

Tisler, P., T. Vihma, G. Müller, and B. Brümmer (2008), Modelling of warm-air advection over Arctic sea ice, Tellus, 60A, 775-788

Vihma, T., C. Lüpkes, J. Hartmann, and H. Savijärvi (2005), Observations and modelling of cold-air advection over Arctic sea ice in winter, Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 117, 275-300

Vihma, T., J. Hartmann, and C. Lüpkes (2003), A case study of an on-ice air flow over the Arctic marginal sea ice zone, Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 107 (1): 189-217

Cheng, B., and T. Vihma (2002), Idealized study of a 2-D coupled sea-ice/atmosphere model during warm-air advection, J. Glaciol., 48, 425-438

Vihma, T. and B. Brümmer (2002), Observations and modelling of on-ice and off-ice flows in the northern Baltic Sea, Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 103, 1-27

Kaleschke, L., C. Lüpkes, T. Vihma, J. Haarpaintner, A. Bochert, J. Hartmann, and G. Heygster (2001), SSM/I Sea Ice Remote Sensing for Mesoscale Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Analysis, Canadian J. Remote Sensing, 27, 526-536

Vihma, T., and C. Kottmeier (2000), A modelling approach for optimizing flight patterns in airborne meteorological measurements, Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 95, 211-230

Vihma, T. (1995), Subgrid parameterization of surface heat and momentum fluxes over polar oceans, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 22,625-22,646

Vihma, T. and H. Savijärvi (1991), On the effective roughness length for heterogeneous terrain, Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc, 117, 399-407