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Premium Diffusion in the atmospheric surface layer: comparison of similarity theory with observations
Klug W.
Publication year1968
Publication title
quarterly journal of the royal meteorological society
Resource typeJournals
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Abstract The results of similarity theory applied to turbulent diffusion in the atmospheric surface layer are compared with concentration measurements as obtained from Project ‘Prairie Grass.’ The comparison shows that good agreement between theory and observation can be obtained only when the ‘lateral turbulence level’ is included through a regression equation.
Subject(s)artificial intelligence , atmospheric sciences , composite material , computer science , diffusion , diffusion theory , environmental science , geometry , image (mathematics) , layer (electronics) , materials science , mathematics , meteorology , physics , planetary boundary layer , similarity (geometry) , surface (topology) , surface layer , thermodynamics , turbulence , turbulent diffusion
SCImago Journal Rank1.744

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