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- The Grünloch-Experiment (Lunz am See, Austria)

- Meteorological Field Campaign about temperature inversions in Alpine basins


 

View from Lechner saddle (outflow) to Mt. Hühnerkogel. On the left mountain top, we installed our high altitude weather station.

 

 

 

Dave Whiteman at the Department of Meteorology and Geophysics in Vienna. He is setting the Dataloggers for the experiment.

A burst tire at the way to the Gruenloch. Fortunaly our spare wheel was OK.

 

 

Installing the data loggers at Gruenloch. 

 

 

 

Dave Whiteman is reparing a logger. At the left site Kathrin Baumann from the Central Institute of Meteorology and Geodynamics is smiling.

 

 

At the grassy bottom of the sinkhole.

 

 

View down to Lechnergraben - the outflow-valley for the cold air of the Gruenloch. Unfortunally the weather was not very good on this day. It was raining and sometimes foggy.

 

Alois is looking to the steep slopes of Lechergraben.

 

The steep path down to Lunz.

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