Blowing Snow Observations during ASCII. David Kristovich Prairie Research Institute University of Illinois. Related Goals in Proposal and Supplemental Request. To examine PBL turbulence as a mechanism of orographic precipitation growth
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Prairie Research Institute
University of Illinois
Related Goals in Proposal and Supplemental Request
Horizontal transport, surface snow loss, change in snowpack characteristics
Modified from Chung, Y.-C., S. Bélair, J. Mailhot, 2011: Blowing Snow on Arctic Sea Ice: Results from an Improved Sea Ice–Snow–Blowing Snow Coupled System. J. Hydrometeor, 12, 678–689.
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