weathereport.eu is developed and maintained by meteorologist Efstathios Konstantinos Mironakis. The weathereport.eu website uses NCEP's models RAP, NAM, GFS and GEFS, also the models NOGAPS and COAMPS. For high resolution local weather forecasts forecastmaps.eu uses the mesoscales models WRF, ARPS and MM5. The Sea-Ice Model ROMS, is used for specialized services over the sea.
The schoolLaboratory of Meteorology, Department of Physics, University of Ioannina
RESEARCHMironakis K and P. Kassomenos, 2002: Application of MM5 model in a north-west area of Greece. First Results. 8th Conference on Harmonization within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes. Proceedings, pgs 396-400, Sofia, Bulgaria, 14-17 October, 2002.
C. Mironakis, N. Hatzianastassiou, and B. Katsoulis, 2004: Aerosol transport in Mediterannean Basin, in Proceedings of 7th Greek National and International Conference on Meteorology Climatology and Atmospheric Physics, Nicosia, Cyprus, September 2004, pp. 176-186.
C. Mironakis, N. Hatzianastassiou, and B. Katsoulis, 2004: Evaluation of satellite based aerosol climatological data for the Mediterannean Basin, in Proceedings of 7th Pan-Hellenic Geographical Conference of the Hellenic Geographical Association, Mitilene, Lesvos, Greece, 14-17 October 2004, pp. 90-97.
N. Hatzianastassiou, K. Mironakis, B. D. Katsoulis, 2005: Aerosol properties, transport and episodes over the Mediterranean basin. European Meteorological Society, 5th Annual Meeting of European Meteorological Society and 7th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology, Utrecht, Netherlands, 12 - 16 September 2005