Conference Procedings

2011

Lopez. C., F. Masters, and K. Friedrich: Capture and Characterization of Wind-Driven Rain during Tropical Cyclones and Supercell Thunderstorms. 13th International Conference on Wind Engineering, July, 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2009

Rudolph, J., K. Friedrich, and U. Germann: A 10 year radar-based precipitation climatology for the European Alps. Conf. on Mesoscale Meteorology, Americ. Meteorol. Soc., August 2009, Salt Lake City, USA.

2005

Friedrich, K., 2005: The DLR quality control scheme. In A. Rossa, M. Bruen, D. Frühwald, B. Macpherson, I. Holleman, D. Michaelson, S. Michaelider: COST 717 final report on the use of radar observations in hydrological and NWP models. Official Publications of the European Communities, pp. 152 – 155.

2004

Friedrich, K., D. E. Kingsmill, and C. Young, 2004: Convection initiation and misocyclone development: Is there a link? In Proc. 22nd Conf. on Severe Local Storms, October 2004, Hyannis, MA, USA.

Höller, H., T. Fehr, K. Friedrich, M. Hagen, and O. Reitebuch, 2004: Thunderstorm development over mountains. AFO 2000 Symposium, 22-24 March 2004, Bad Tölz, Germany.

Dotzek, N., and K. Friedrich, 2004: Polarimetrische Radaranalyse von Downbursts waehrend VERTIKATOR 2002. In Proc. of the DACH-Meteorologentagung, Karlsruhe, Germany.

2003

Dotzek, N., and K. Friedrich, 2003: Analysis of downburst-producing thunderstorms during the VERTIKATOR field experiment in southern Germany. In Proc. 31st Conference on Radar Meteorology, Seattle, Amer. Meteor. Soc., pp. 78-79.

Hagen, M., und K. Friedrich, 2003: Konzeption einer optimierten Anwendung von Wetterradardaten für das Air Traffic Management am Flughafen Frankfurt. Technical Report: Studie im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Verkehr, Bau- und Wohnungswesen, 60 pp.

Caumont, O., K. Friedrich, M. Hagen, H. Höller, and H. Volkert, 2003: Thunderstorm development over the north Alpine foreland: Microphysical and wind field radar retrieval from the VERTIKATOR campaign in July 2002. In: Meteo Swiss Zürich [Hrsg.]: ICAM 2003, pp. 49 - 52, ICAM 2003, MeteoSwiss Zürich.

Tafferner, A., L. Birke, M. Frech, K. Friedrich, and F. Holzäpfel, 2003: NOWVIV – Nowcasting wake vortex impact variables. EGS-EUG-AGU Joint Assembly, Nice, France, 6-11 April 2003.

Höller, H., T. Fehr, H. Huntrieser, C. Gatzen, K. Friedrich, J. Seltmann, P. May, R. Potts, G. Held, and A. Gomes-Held, 2003: Vertical transport and sources of trace gases in thunderstorms around the world. EGS-EUG-AGU Joint Assembly, Nice, France, 6-11 April 2003.

Gekart, F., P. Meischner, K. Friedrich, M. Hagen, J. Koistinen, D. B. Michelson, and A. Huuskonen, 2003: The state of weather radar operations, networks and products. In P. Meischner: Advanced Applications of Weather Radar. Springer Verlag Berlin, pp. 1 – 52.

2002

Friedrich, K., and M. Hagen, 2002: Determination of quality-controlled three-dimensional wind fields using a bistatic Doppler radar. In Proc. of the 2nd European Conference on Radar Meteorology, Delft, Netherlands, 206-211.

Hagen, M., K. Friedrich, and J. Seltmann, 2002: Wind-field observation with the operational Doppler radar network in Germany. In Proc. of the 2nd European Conference on Radar Meteorology, Delft, Netherlands, 195-199.

Höller, H., O. Reitebuch, T. Fehr, R. Busen, K. Friedrich, N. Dotzek, M. Hagen, P. Delville, A. Dabas, P. Drobinski, and U. Corsmeier, 2002: VERTIKATOR Subproject 8: Exchange in the free atmosphere – penetrative transport processes. In: Statusseminar 2002, pp. 39, AFO 2000, Schliersee, October 2002.

2001

Friedrich, K., and M. Hagen, 2001: Wind vector field determination with bistatic multiple-Doppler radar network. In Proc. 30th Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Munich, Amer. Meteor. Soc., pp. 133-138. (Awarded with the Spiros G. Geotis Prize)

1999

Raabe, A., Friedrich, K., and H. Fritsch, 1998. Vergleich beobachteter und aus parametrisierten Beziehungen berechneter Windreibungskoeffizient während eines Sturmes an der Ostseeküste. In Raabe, A., K. Arnold, J. Heintzenberg: Meteorologische Arbeiten aus Leipzig (III). Wiss. Mitt. 9, 75-81.