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A study of thermal and dynamical atmospheric boundary layer structures using acoustic sounding

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A threemonostatic acoustic sounder has been operating in Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, since September 1991. Doppler-sodar (Sonic Detection & Ranging) observation data covering 3 years (1991-1993) are used to compute the occurrence probability of the various types of thermic sodar structures. Likewise, with the three components of the wind vector given by the sodar, a detailed study of the sea breeze structure has been completed and occurrence probability is computed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 20 March 1997

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