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First 457 results for ” JL Attie”

  1. The GASS/EUCLIPSE Model Intercomparison of the Stratocumulus Transition as Observed during ASTEX: LES results

    Large-eddy simulations of a Lagrangian transition from a vertically well-mixed stratocumulus-topp...

    JJ van der Dussen, SR de Roode, AS Ackermann, PN Blossey, CS Bretherton, MJ Kurowski, AP Lock, RAJ Neggers, I Sandu, AP Siebesma | Status: published | Journal: J. of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems | Volume: 5 | Year: 2013 | First page: 483 | Last page: 499 | doi: DOI: 10.1002/jame.20033

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  2. Quantifying trends in surface roughness and the effect on surface wind speed observations

    Many studies analyzing surface wind speed observations find a decrease in wind speed over the las...

    N Wever | Status: published | Journal: J. Geophys. Res. | Volume: 117 | Year: 2012 | First page: D11104 | doi: 10.1029/2011JD017118

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  3. Error sources in the retrieval of aerosol information over bright surfaces from satellite measurements in the oxygen A band

    Retrieving aerosol optical thickness and aerosol layer height over a bright surface from measured...

    S Nanda, M de Graaf, M Sneep, JF de Haan, P Stammes, AFJ Sanders, O Tuinder, JP Veefkind, PF Levelt | Status: published | Journal: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques | Volume: 11 | Year: 2018 | First page: 161 | Last page: 175 | doi: 10.5194/amt-11-161-2018

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  4. Evolution of an Atmospheric Kármán Vortex Street From High‐Resolution Satellite Winds: Guadalupe Island Case Study

    Vortex streets formed in the stratocumulus‐capped wake of mountainous islands are the atmospheri...

    Á. Horváth, W. Bresky, J. Daniels , J. Vogelzang , A. Stoffelen , J.L. Carr, D.L. Wu, C. Seethala, T. Günther, and S.A. Buehler | Journal: Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres | Volume: 125 | Year: 2020 | First page: e2019JD032121 | doi: https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD032121

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  5. Prolonged Siberian heat of 2020 almost impossible without human influence

    Over the first half of 2020, Siberia experienced the warmest period from January to June since re...

    Andrew Ciavarella, Daniel Cotterill, Peter Stott, Sarah Kew, Sjoukje Philip, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Amalie Skålevåg, Philip Lorenz, Yoann Robin, Friederike Otto, Mathias Hauser, Sonia I. Seneviratne, Flavio Lehner and Olga Zolina | Journal: Climatoc Change | Volume: 166 | Year: 2021 | doi: 10.1007/s10584-021-03052-w

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