The influence of low level clouds on the correlation between the temperature and humidity in the atmospheric boundary layer of Western Siberia
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The peculiarities of the vertical and intercorrelation relations between the air temperature and humidity (water vapor mass fraction) in the atmospheric boundary layer have been investigated as being dependent on the cloud state using the typical aerologic stations of Western Siberia located at Salekhard, Turukhansk, Omsk, and Novosibirsk.
KeywordsCross Correlation Atmospheric Boundary Layer Oceanic Optic Pecu Liarities Cloud State
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