This dissertation deals with data evaluation and analysis of WegenerNet, a network consisting of 151 stations in the area of Feldbach in South-East Styria (Austria). It entered service on January the first, 2007 as a part of the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change. This is an interdisciplinary, internationally oriented institute belonging to the University of Graz. The WegenerNet station network is unique as it consists of a large number of long-term recording stations over an area of only 20x15 km. As a result, new (or at least more detailed) findings were to be expected; especially findings of a topographic and climatic nature.Topoclimatology is an established field with BENDIX (2004) and KUTTLER (2009) being two of the more recent standard points of reference in the literature. For decades now, The Department of Geography and Regional Science of the University of Graz has been playing a leading role in this area, as shown by the examples of WAKONIGG (1978), LIEB (1991) and LAZAR (1997; 2013).Here, the most significant results are emergent from the analysis of air temperature. This is measured at all 151 stations, in contrast to wind which is only measured at 12. Air temperature reacts to even minor topographic differences, whereas the relief energy is far too low to influence precipitation.The analysis has shown that sloping terrain up to the crests is thermally favoured over valley locations. This is due to cold air drains and cold air accumulation in the valleys. In winter, this effect is more pronounced due to temperature inversions and ground fog. In summer, the valleys receive more heat than the sloping terrain. Thermally, slope exposure could be determined as the most significant parameter as it can lead to differences of at least 1 Kelvin under similar conditions.The climatope map is another important result, as it is mainly based on the results and analysis of this dissertation. Significant differences to existing graphical representations, such as the Digital Atlas of Styria (Land Steiermark 2013), were easily determined, especially with regard to sloping terrain. This was mainly due to the involvement of the results of this dissertation as with regard to slope exposure.Finally, the topic of climate change is being dealt with by analysing trends and tendencies in this region for the near future, incorporating the results of this study.