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).
KeywordsConvective Boundary Layer Simulated Case Dispersion Parameter Geostrophic Wind Plume Height
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