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Journal of Climate
In the Canadian high Arctic patterns of temperature are poorly resolved at the mesoscale. This issue is addressed using a model to estimate mean summer surface air temperature at high spatial resolution. The effects on temperature of site elevation and coastal proximity were selected for parameterization. The spatial basis is a 1km resolution digital elevation model of the region. Lapse rates and resultant wind estimates were obtained from upper-air ascents. These were used to estimate thedoi:10.1175/1520-0442(2002)015<3601:hreoss>2.0.co;2 fatcat:mgo6kynmpbeahdfixzpgncu75y