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START YEAR

1969

PUBLISHER

Springer Netherlands

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

https://link.springer.com/journal/10546

Recent publications latest 20 shown

  • 2022-11-22 Estimation of the Surface Fluxes for Heat and Momentum in Unstable Conditions with Machine Learning and Similarity Approaches for the LAFE Data Set
  • 2022-11-19 A Novel Method to Quantify Near-Surface Boundary-Layer Dynamics at Ultra-High Spatio-Temporal Resolution
  • 2022-11-15 Spatial Variability of Nocturnal Stability Regimes in an Operational Weather Prediction Model
  • 2022-11-12 A Novel Approach for Deriving the Stable Boundary Layer Height and Eddy Viscosity Profiles from the Ekman Equations
  • 2022-11-06 An Analytical Solution for the Heat Conduction–Convection Equation in Non-homogeneous Soil
  • 2022-11-04 Vertical Resolution of the Surface Layer versus Finite-volume and Topography Issues
  • 2022-10-13 Model of Spectral and Directional Radiative Transfer in Complex Urban Canopies with Participating Atmospheres
  • 2022-10-03 Inclination Angles of Turbulent Structures in Stably Stratified Boundary Layers
  • 2022-09-28 Decoupling Between the Atmosphere and the Underlying Surface During Stable Stratification
  • 2022-09-26 Effective Roughness and Displaced Mean Flow over Complex Terrain
  • 2022-09-24 Scaling of Flows Over Realistic Urban Geometries: A Large-Eddy Simulation Study
  • 2022-09-22 Correction to: Observational Investigation of the Statistical Properties of Surface-Layer Turbulence in a Suburban Area of São Paulo, Brazil: Objective Analysis of Scaling-Parameter Accuracy and Uncertainties
  • 2022-09-21 Thermal Roughness of the Fen Surface
  • 2022-09-15 Estimating Sensible and Latent Heat Fluxes over an Inland Water Body Using Optical and Microwave Scintillometers
  • 2022-09-14 Direct Numerical Simulation of a Turbulent Channel Flow with Forchheimer Drag
  • 2022-09-13 Machine Learning for Improving Surface-Layer-Flux Estimates
  • 2022-09-09 Tracking the Centre of Asymmetric Vortices Using Wind Velocity Vector Data Fields
  • 2022-09-08 Optimal Energy Growth in Stably Stratified Turbulent Couette Flow
  • 2022-09-05 Boundary-Layer Processes Hindering Contemporary Numerical Weather Prediction Models
  • 2022-09-01 Seasonal Changes in Boundary-Layer Flow Over a Forested Escarpment Measured by an Uncrewed Aircraft System
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