Eberhard Parlow
Eberhard Parlow
Professor emeritus for Meteorology, University Basel
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BUBBLE–an urban boundary layer meteorology project
MW Rotach, R Vogt, C Bernhofer, E Batchvarova, A Christen, A Clappier, ...
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 81 (3-4), 231-261, 2005
3782005
Improved concepts and methods in analysis and evaluation of the urban climate for optimizing urban planning processes
D Scherer, U Fehrenbach, HD Beha, E Parlow
Atmospheric Environment 33 (24-25), 4185-4193, 1999
1521999
Vertical structure of selected turbulence characteristics above an urban canopy
C Feigenwinter, R Vogt, E Parlow
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 62 (1-2), 51-63, 1999
1331999
Bayesian spatial risk prediction of Schistosoma mansoni infection in western Côte d’Ivoire using a remotely-sensed digital elevation model
C Beck-Woerner, G Raso, P Vounatsou, EK N’GORAN, G Rigo, E Parlow, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 76 (5), 956-963, 2007
692007
Validation of satellite observed thermal emission with in-situ measurements over an urban surface
G Rigo, E Parlow, D Oesch
Remote Sensing of Environment 104 (2), 201-210, 2006
622006
Urban radiation balance of two coastal cities in a hot and dry environment
CM Frey, G Rigo, E Parlow
International Journal of Remote Sensing 28 (12), 2695-2712, 2007
612007
Landsat TM/ETM+ and tree-ring based assessment of spatiotemporal patterns of the autumnal moth (Epirrita autumnata) in northernmost Fennoscandia
F Babst, J Esper, E Parlow
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (3), 637-646, 2010
562010
Modelling the ground heat flux of an urban area using remote sensing data
G Rigo, E Parlow
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 90 (3-4), 185-199, 2007
532007
Automated classification of planning objectives for the consideration of climate and air quality in urban and regional planning for the example of the region of Basel/Switzerland
U Fehrenbach, D Scherer, E Parlow
Atmospheric Environment 35 (32), 5605-5615, 2001
512001
A one-dimensional ensemble forecast and assimilation system for fog prediction
MD Müller, C Schmutz, E Parlow
Pure and Applied Geophysics 164 (6-7), 1241-1264, 2007
442007
Flux measurements in Cairo. Part 1: in situ measurements and their applicability for comparison with satellite data
CM Frey, E Parlow, R Vogt, M Harhash, MM Abdel Wahab
International Journal of Climatology 31 (2), 218-231, 2011
422011
The regional climate project REKLIP-an overview
E Parlow
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 53 (1-3), 3-7, 1996
351996
The urban heat island of Basel–seen from different perspectives
E Parlow, R Vogt, C Feigenwinter
DIE ERDE–Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin 145 (1-2), 96-110, 2014
342014
Air pollution modeling over very complex terrain: an evaluation of WRF-Chem over Switzerland for two 1-year periods
M Ritter, MD Müller, MY Tsai, E Parlow
Atmospheric research 132, 209-222, 2013
342013
Daytime turbulence statistics above a steep forested slope
E Van Gorsel, A Christen, C Feigenwinter, E Parlow, R Vogt
Boundary-layer meteorology 109 (3), 311-329, 2003
342003
The urban heat budget derived from satellite data
E Parlow
Geographica Helvetica 58 (2), 99-111, 2003
332003
A conceptual list of indicators for urban planning and management based on earth observation
N Chrysoulakis, C Feigenwinter, D Triantakonstantis, I Penyevskiy, A Tal, ...
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 3 (3), 980-1002, 2014
322014
Partitioning of turbulent fluxes over different urban surfaces
A Christen, C Bernhofer, E Parlow, MW Rotach, R Vogt
Fifth International Conference on Urban Climate, 1-5, 2003
292003
Remotely sensed heat fluxes of urban areas
E Parlow
Biometeorology and urban climatology at the turn of the millennium 1026, 523-528, 1999
291999
Correction of terrain controlled illumination effects in satellite data
E Parlow
Progress in environmental remote sensing research and applications, 139-145, 1996
281996
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