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Remote Sensing, Vol. 10, Pages 1219: Lidar Studies of Wind Turbulence in the Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layer (Remote Sensing)
 




The kinetic energy of turbulence, the dissipation rate of turbulent energy, and the integral scale of turbulence in the stable atmospheric boundary layer at the location heights of low-level jets (LLJs) have been measured with a coherent Doppler light detection and ranging (lidar) system. The turbulence is shown to be weak in the central part of LLJs. The kinetic energy of turbulence at the maximum velocity heights of the jet does not exceed 0.1 (m/s)2, while the dissipation rate is about 10−5 m2/s3. On average, the integral scale of turbulence in the central part of the jet is about 100 m, which is two to three times less than the effective vertical size of the LLJ.


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