Boundary Layer Meteorology. Prof. Daniel Kirk-Davidoff Rm. 3423 CSS (301)-270-3704 [email protected] Lecture 1 8/31/04. Course Syllabus: discuss requirements, schedule, readings. Starting Point Exam Introduction to the Boundary Layer Hand out readings.
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Boundary Layer Meteorology
Prof. Daniel Kirk-Davidoff
Rm. 3423 CSS
Stull:“that part of the troposphere that is directly influenced by the presence of the earth’s surface, and responds to surface forcings with a timescale of about an hour or less”
Garratt:“the layer of air directly above the Earth’s surface in which the effects of the surface (friction, heating and cooling [and moistening]) are felt directly on time scales of less than a day, and in which significant fluxes of momentum, heat or matter are carried by turbulent motions on a scale of the order of the depth of the boundary layer or less.”