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《Meteorological Science and Technology》 2016-01
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Temporal-Spatial Distribution of Road Icing in Qinghai and Its Impact

Bao Guangyu;Wang wenying;Zhang Jinghua;Zhang Jing;Ma Shoucun;Pei Shaoyang;Meteorological Service Center of Qinghai;Hainan Meteorological Service;  
The temporal and spatial distributions of road icing are analyzed on the basis of hourly meteorological data from automatic weather stations along the main road over Qinghai from 2004 to 2012,and the linear relationship between road icing and surface/air temperature,snow depth,and maximum temperature is discussed.The results show that road icing gradually reduced from southeast to northwest and mainly occurred from January to April.Analyses suggest that there exists a robust linear relationship between surface and air temperature,snow depth,and maximum ground temperature;therefore,surface temperature and snow depth can be predicted based on those linear models,which can be used for the warning of road icing.The impact of road icing on traffic safty,deponding on the duration of road icing,are divided into 4grades:extremely severe,serious,relatively serious,and slightly icing.
【Fund】: 青海省公路交通气象系统建设项目资助
【CateGory Index】: P49;U492.8
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