Optically relevant turbulence parameters in the Marine boundary layer
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Shipboard measurements of temperature and velocity fluctuations were performed to determine optical propagation properties of the marine boundary layer. Empirical expressions describing the temperature structure parameter in terms of the Richardson Number overland were used to analyze data obtained for open ocean conditions. Likewise, profiles of mean wind and velocity fluctuation spectra derived from shipboard observations were utilized to calculate associated boundary layer turbulence parameters. In general, there are considerable differences between the open-ocean results of this study and previously determined overland results.
SEE ParentDocumentRecord|Ntt=19770003363 "NASA. Langley Res. Center Advan. in Eng. Sci., Vol. 3"; p. p 1137-1151
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