Conceptual Boundary Layer Meteorology: The Air Near Here

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April L. Hiscox
Elsevier Science, 2022 - Science - 314 pages
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Conceptual Boundary Layer Meteorology: The Air Near Here explains essential boundary layer concepts in a way that is accessible to a wide number of people studying and working in the environmental sciences. It begins with chapters designed to present the language of the boundary layer and the key concepts of mass, momentum exchanges, and the role of turbulence. The book then moves to focusing on specific environments, uses, and problems facing science with respect to the boundary layer.

  • Uses authentic examples to give readers the ability to utilize real world data
  • Covers boundary layer meteorology without requiring knowledge of advanced mathematics
  • Provides a set of tools that can be used by the reader to better understand land-air interactions
  • Provides specific applications for a wide spectrum of environmental systems

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About the author (2022)

April Hiscox is an associate professor of geography at the University of South Carolina. She has been working in boundary layer meteorology, remote sensing and air pollution for 15 years. Her research specialization is in stable boundary layers, with a particular focus on forest and agricultural applications. Her work is at the forefront of new measurement techniques, particularly in the realm of deriving quantitative information from lidar measurements. She has been teaching micrometeorology courses for 8 years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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