The Combined Effect of Mechanical and Thermal Forcing on the Dispersion of a Plume: Fine-Scale Modeling and Parameterization.
Dispersion in the so-called Convective Boundary Layer (CBL) is driven by the combined effect of thermal forcing (buoyancy) and mechanical forcing (wind shear).
KeywordsConvection Line Source
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