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M.

Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

KLIMATOLOGIJA

MLAĐEN ĆURIĆ
Institut za meteorologiju
Univerzitet u Beogradu
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Bdenjem obuhvaćena oblast


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Integrisani nadzor sa broda Čikju


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Bušenje podmorja sa broda Čikju:


dubina vode do 4 km, dubina tla do 7 km
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Sistem merenja i kontrole pri bušenju sa broda Čikju


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Anomalije globalne temperature vazduha


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Temperature variations 18 000 years ago.


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Globalni bilans zračenja


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Detaljan bilans zračenja


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

The WMO’s basic systems.


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Doprinos zračenju slojastih oblaka


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Doprinos zračenju kumulusnih oblaka


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

T–1 VV

–T
n 
d
dS

Heat conduction.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Promena severne ledene kape


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

CERES instrumenti na satelitu Terra


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

SPoRT project: oblačnost dobijena MODIS spektrometrom (sa Aque i Terre)


i GOES
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Poboljšana slika oblaka sa AMSR-E


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Temperatura površine mora sa MODIS i GOES spektrometrima


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Avion koji nosi laserski ureĎaj za merenje karakteristika leda


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Usavršeni mikrotalasni skenirajući radiometar na satelitu Aqua


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Globalna cirkulacija hladnije, dublje i toplije površinske vode


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Bespilotna letilica Altus za merenje karakteristika u blizini Cb oblaka


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Električno polje mereno Altusom


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Električno pražnjenje
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

On 3 July 1983 there was a storm and due to a lightning strike the stable burnt down at
5.40 a.m. The owner managed to rescue all animals, but the fire destroyed the whole
building.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

This is a nice picture of lightning strike damage to a Lufthansa 737 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The aircraft had just taken off from Sofia to Frankfurt on Saturday April 5th 2008 when
lightning struck the horizontal stabilizer.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Without our atmosphere, there would be no life on earth. Two gases make up the
bulk of the earth's atmosphere: nitrogen (78%), and oxygen (21%). Argon, carbon
dioxide and various trace gases make up the remainder. Scientists divided the
atmosphere into four layers according to temperature: troposphere, stratosphere,
mesosphere, and thermosphere. The temperature drops as we go up through the
troposphere, but it rises as we move through the next layer, the stratosphere. The
farther away from earth, the thinner the atmosphere gets.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

The ozone layer is a layer in Earth's atmosphere which contains relatively high
concentrations of ozone (O3). This layer absorbs 97-99% of the sun's high frequency
ultraviolet light, which is potentially damaging to life on earth. Over 90% of ozone in
earth's atmosphere is located in the stratosphere from approximately
15 km to 35 km above Earth's surface.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Temperature profile.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Očigledno ekološka energija.


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

The world's first automatically operated wind turbine was


built in Cleveland in 1888. It was 60 feet tall,
weighed four tons and had a 12kW turbine.
M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Windmill with rotating sails.


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Components of a horizontal-axis wind turbine.


M. Ćurić
Institute of Meteorology
University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: curic@ff.bg.ac.rs

Norwegian World’s Largest Wind Turbine.


HVALA