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DATE

1982-09

AUTHORS

A. C. M. Beljaars

ABSTRACT

When the wind profiles measured at the 200 m meteorological tower at Cabauw are observed, we see that under nearly neutral conditions two logarithmic parts can be distinguished with a junction at about 20 m height. This is attributed to perturbations in the upstream surface condition. Two effects are important, viz., the increase of shear stress with height, and deviations from the ordinary flux-profile relationships. The former effect is illustrated by means of a simple model for sparsely distributed obstructions in a smooth area. The latter effect is discussed on the basis of existing data on heat and momentum fluxes. Conclusions are drawn about the possibility of deriving fluxes from profiles in perturbed situations. More... »

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35-55

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