atmospheric boundary layer

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DOI: 10.3369/tethys.2012.9.05

pp.: 43 - 51


In the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula there is a 100 m high tower, equipped with meteorological instrumentation at the 10, 50 and 100 m levels. The first observations of temperature, relative humidity, wind (direction and speed) and pressure were recorded in 2009. From the original data with a 10-minute resolution, hourly values were calculated applying quality criteria. Using these values, we have obtained various statistical parameters such as percentiles, maxima and minima. The wind regime has also been analyzed.


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