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An approximate analytical solution for the deposition of heavy particles released from an elevated line source
Bouvet, T.; Wilson, J.
Extremely Weak Mixing in Stable Conditions
Mahrt, L.; Vickers, Dean
Intermittency and the Exchange of Scalars in the Nocturnal Surface Layer
Acevedo, Otávio; Moraes, Osvaldo; Degrazia, Gervásio; Medeiros, Luiz
Statistics of Scalar Fields in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Based on Large-Eddy Simulations. Part II: Forced Convection
On the Variability of the Fluxes of Momentum and Sensible Heat
Drennan, William; Shay, Lynn
Implementation of a Stable PBL Turbulence Parameterization for the Mesoscale Model MM5: Nocturnal Flow in Complex Terrain
Lee, Sang-Mi; Giori, W.; Princevac, M.; Fernando, H.
Mixed-Layer Depth Determination in the Barcelona Coastal Area From Regular Lidar Measurements: Methods, Results and Limitations
Sicard, M.; Pérez, C.; Rocadenbosch, F.; Baldasano, J.; García-Vizcaino, D.
Determination of the convective boundary-layer height with laser remote sensing
Lammert, Andrea; Bösenberg, Jens
Comments on: ‘The Neutral, Barotropic Planetary Boundary Layer, Capped by a Low-Level Inversion’ by G. D. Hess, Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2004) 110, pp. 319–355
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