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Submeso-scale motions and stable boundary layers

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Von 10/2014 bis 12/2020

Mitarbeiter: Christoph Thomas, Lisa Dirks, Lena Pfister

We conduct research on a class of motions termed submeso-scale motions, which are larger than turbulence, but smaller than those of typical weather systems (meso-scale). They become important at night when winds are weak, and they dominate the transport (diffusion and dispersion) of heat and mass including pollutants and contaminants. Please follow the link below to access the webpage, on which you can find more explanations and videos clips on visualizations.

Homepage: http://www.submeso.org

Publikationsliste dieses Schwerpunkts

Zeeman, MJ; Selker, JS; Thomas, CK: Near-surface motion in the nocturnal, stable boundary layer observed with fibre-optic distributed temperature sensing, Boundary-Layer Meterology, 154(2), 189-205 (2014), doi:10.1007/s10546-014-9972-9
Thomas, CK: Was, wenn wenig Wind weht?, Forum der Geoökologie(03/2014), 35-37 (2014)
Mahrt, L; Thomas, CK; Richardson, S; Seaman, N; Stauffer, D; Zeeman, MJ: Non-stationary generation of weak turbulence for very stable and weak-wind conditions, Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 147, 179-199 (2013), doi:10.1007/s10546-012-9782-x
Mahrt, L; Thomas, CK; Prueger, JH: Space-time structure of mesoscale modes in the stable boundary layer, Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc., 135, 67-75 (2009), doi:10.1002/qj.348
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