The results of mathematical and software development for experimental studies of the surface atmospheric turbulence structure are presented. High-frequency measurements of ultrasonic thermoanemometer are used as data. Data processing and calculation of atmospheric turbulence parameters were carried out according to the schemes of sampling and scaling of meteorological parameters under study using semi-empirical methods of describing heat, moisture, amount of motion in the surface layer and Monin-Obukhov's theory of similarity. The calculated prognostic values of parameters are sufficient to estimate the dynamic regime of turbulence in the surface layer of the atmosphere, including estimates of the possibility of temperature inversion formation in the atmosphere and determination of the stability class of atmospheric stratification.
The results of the study of meteorological series of observations using the methodology of singular spectral analysis are presented. High-frequency measurements of ultrasonic weather stations located at the testing ground of IMKES SO RAS were used as data. The processing of meteorological data included two complementary stages - decomposition and reconstruction. At the decomposition stage, the meteorological series of observations were transformed into a multidimensional series by forming a trajectory matrix and its decomposition into singular vectors - sets of additive components. At the reconstruction stage, various groups of components formed reconstructed rows, interpreted as trend, harmonic and noise components of the meteorological series structure.
The paper describes program experiments on noise filtering by using recursive filters and wavelet-filtering frequency algorithms during processing and systematization of natural pulsed electromagnetic noises of Earth registered by ground multichannel geophysical loggers. The results on iterative use of Kalman filter are included.
The paper describes a software complex for designing a horizontally-scalable distributed information-calculation platform with loosely coupled calculation nodes. The platform is intended information support for parallel processing of multi-dimensional data and large time series. The technological scheme for platform design and deployment includes a cluster of processing nodes and a cluster of storage nodes which provide their services if requested by researcher. The main node of each cluster is the command center. Storage management center coordinates functional data processing according to instructions received from researchers. Applications are designed as jnlp-files which ensures their functionality on research terminals.
The paper describes the analysis of correlation dependences between meteorological parameters for a series of observations obtained at station with a synoptic index of 29430. It was shown that the parameters with strong correlation dependences have virtually unchanging correlation coefficient for every time scale of the sample. In the case of meteorological parameters with weak correlation coefficient, there are non-significant jumps in the correlation coefficient values. For meteorological parameters with moderate correlation coefficient, increasing the sample time scale leads to stabilization of correlation coefficient values.
The article describes an iterative parallel phase grouping algorithm for temperature field classification. The algorithm is based on modified method of structure forming by using analytic signal. The developed method allows to solve tasks of climate classification as well as climatic zoning for any time or spatial scale. When used to surface temperature measurement series, the developed algorithm allows to find climatic structures with correlated changes of temperature field, to make conclusion on climate uniformity in a given area and to overview climate changes over time by analyzing offset in type groups. The information on climate type groups specific for selected geographical areas is expanded by genetic scheme of class distribution depending on change in mutual correlation level between ground temperature monthly average.
The general trend of modern ecological geophysics is changing priorities towards rapid assessment, management and prediction of ecological and engineering soil stability as well as developing brand new geophysical technologies. The article describes researches conducted by using multi-canal geophysical logger MGR-01 (developed by IMCES SB RAS), which allows to measure flux density of very low-frequency electromagnetic radiation. It is shown that natural pulsed electromagnetic fields of the earthen lithosphere can be a source of new information on Earth’s crust and processes in it, including earthquakes. The device is intended for logging electromagnetic processes in Earth’s crust, geophysical exploration, finding structural and lithological inhomogeneities, monitoring the geodynamic movement of Earth’s crust, express assessment of seismic hazards. The data is gathered automatically from observation point network in Siberia