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numerical study of coastal stratus cloud in a two-dimensional meso-scale model
Tae Young Lee
Written in English
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A two-dimensional numerical mesoscale model, which ic1udes radiative and turbulent transfers, has been constructed to study the formation, development and dissipation of coastal stratus cloud under an inversion. In the model, the delta-Eddington and emissivity approximations are used for the solar and thermal radiative transfers, : Tae Young Lee.
A two-dimensional numerical mesoscale model, which includes radiative and turbulent transfers, has been constructed to study the formation, development and dissipation of coastal stratus cloud under an inversion.
In the model, the delta-Eddington and emissivity approximations are used for the solar and thermal radiative transfers, : Tae Young Lee. Graduation date: A two-dimensional numerical mesoscale model, which ic1udes\ud radiative and turbulent transfers, has been constructed to study the\ud formation, development and dissipation of coastal stratus cloud\ud under an inversion.
Title: A Numerical Study of Coastal Stratus Cloud in a Two-Dimensional Meso-Scale Model Abstract approved: A two-dimensional numerical rnesoscale model, which ic1udes radiative and turbulent transfers, has been constructed to study the formation, development and dissipation of coastal stratus cloud under an inversion.
In the model, the delta. Numerical study of a coastal fog event over Casablanca, Morocco This numerical model has previously been validated for.
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The model. A higher order closure mesoscale model is used to study the influence of different surface properties on stratiform boundary-layer clouds.
The model is. The numerical models used in this study were Weather and Research Forecasting (WRF) model to assess the atmospheric circulation and FLEXPART to estimate the.
A higher order closure mesoscale model is used to study the influence of terrain height differences on the meso-γ-scale on stratiform boundary-layer clouds.
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Quart. Roy. Meteor. COTTON, WILLIAM R.: Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.
U.S. citizen. Cotton's educational qualifications include a B.S. in Mathematics and an M.S. in Atmospheric Science, both from the State University of New York, Albany, in and respectively; and a Ph.D. in Meteorology from Pennsylvania. For the present study, the meso-scale model (University of Virginia Mesoscale Model-UVMM), developed by Pielke and his col- height of the cloud base are tabulated in the book of Oke29 (p.
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