Adres Harita San. Tic. Ltd. Şti. with the Meteorological Engineer staff within the scope of AL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DETERMINING MATERIALS TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE EVALUATION OF METEOROLOGICAL DATA IN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORTS..
The ÇED reports include activity areas classified by capacity and environmental impact.
These fields of activity are listed in Annex-1 and Annex-2 of ÇED Regulation.
One of the important steps of the ÇED reports is the impact of the activity on the climatic conditions and the effects of the meteorological conditions of the region.
Meteorological science has increased its importance in recent years and its relationship with environmental factors is being followed in detail.
Meteorological data, like all scientific fields, should be performed by people who are trained in this field and can perform impact-result analysis.
It is known that the approach of examining the related fields in the ÇED processes by unauthorized persons creates problems within the scope of legal investigations. It is known that many ÇED Reports suffer significant loss of time and economic value in these processes.
With the recent legislative arrangements, it has become compulsory for Meteorological Engineers to examine and interpret the meteorological and climatic data of ÇED Reports.
Issues we have evaluated within the framework of the ÇED report
Meteorological and Climatic Properties
General Climate Features
Humidity (Average-Maximum-Minimum) Distribution
Numbered Days Distribution
Wind Speed Distribution (Annual, Seasonal, Monthly Wind Direction Distribution, Wind Speed According to Direction, Average Wind Speed Distribution, Fastest Blowing Wind Direction and Speed, Average Number of Stormy Days, Average Strong Windy Days)
Observations of Fevk (Extraordinary Event)
Number Distribution of Days (Kırağılı, Rainy, Snow Covered, Cloudy, Foggy)
Interpretation of Climatic Data