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“…Over land, the correlation scales are smaller than over the ocean and depend on the complexity of the terrain (Reid and Turner, 2001). …”
Section: S Pfahl and H Wernlimentioning
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“…Over land, the correlation scales are smaller than over the ocean and depend on the complexity of the terrain (Reid and Turner, 2001). …”
Section: S Pfahl and H Wernlimentioning
“…For instance, the enhanced resolution provided by hybrid approaches makes point comparisons more reasonable; alternatively, the filtered spatial patterns of the leading EOFs calculated with observations and simulations can be compared (e.g., Volmer et al 1984). An interesting approach was proposed by Reid and Turner (2001) that compared the volume-averaged quantities simulated at a coarse horizontal resolution (40 km) against averaged observations within subjectively defined subregions. They showed that averaging observational series to obtain regional ones filters out local variability (noise), thus enhancing the regional signal.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…This led to stronger relationships between model and data than in the traditional nearest gridpoint comparison. Reid and Turner (2001) highlight the advantages of an evaluation performed at the regional scale, although their definition of subregions is subjective.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Good correspondence was found between actual power outputs and their estimate from the MERRA reanalysis [6] for Northern Ireland, but the authors note that the wind capacity and the met stations used in the comparison are quite evenly distributed across the study region. Reid and Turner [7] also compared the relationships between mesoscale model wind speed output (at 40 km resolution) and observations, concluding that observations averaged over the model grid cell matched the model output more closely than each individual station within the cell, due to the inability of the model to capture the sub-grid-scale features present in the wind climate at each station. The model and the aggregate observations had high correlation coefficients, indicating similar co-variability.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning