A study of three well-defined temporal intervals in a stably stratified night

DOI: 10.3369/tethys.2007.4.05

Tethys no. 4 pp.: 35 - 45

Abstract

A stable stratified night during the experimental SABLES-98 campaign was studied. It was found that the night could be divided into three distinct parts: an initial phase of transition, with significant changes in all the variables until a quasi-steady regime was reached; a second part dominated by the surface radiative cooling; and a final stage that revealed no significant changes. Each of these intervals was studied separately through the analysis of the vertical profiles, turbulence, spectra and the probability density functions.



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Partially funded through grants CGL2007-29820-E/CLI, CGL2008-02804-E/, CGL2009-07417-E and CGL2011-14046-E of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation



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