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Special volume 56 (1): Recent Topics in Boundary-Layer Meteorology; Guest Editor: Zbigniew W. Sorbjan

Sorbjan, Z.

Recent topics in boundary-layer meteorology (preface to the Special Issue)

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Angevine, W.M.

Transitional, entraining, cloudy, and coastal boundary layers

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Balsley, B.B.

The CIRES Tethered Lifting System: a survey of the system, past results and future capabilities

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Banta, R.M.

Stable-boundary-layer regimes from the perspective of the low-level jet

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Basu, S., Holtslag, A.A.M.  , van de Wiel, B.J.H.  , Moene, A.F.  , Steeneveld, G.-J.  

An inconvenient “truth” about using sensible heat flux as a surface boundary condition in models under stably stratified regimes

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Cuxart, J.

Nocturnal basin low-level jets: an integrated study

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Fedorovich, E., Conzemius, R.  

Effects of wind shear on the atmospheric convective boundary layer structure and evolution

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Grachev, A.A., Andreas, E.L  , Fairall, Ch.W.  , Guest, P.S.  , Persson, P.O.  

Turbulent measurements in the stable atmospheric boundary layer during SHEBA: ten years after

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Pino, D., Vila-Guerau de Arellano, J.

Effects of shear in the convective boundary layer: analysis of the turbulent kinetic energy budget

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Rotach, M.W., Andretta, M.  , Calanca, P.  , Weigel, A.P.  , Weiss, A.  

Boundary layer characteristics and turbulent exchange mechanisms in highly complex terrain

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Sorbjan, Z.

Gradient-based similarity in the atmospheric boundary layer

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Vickers, D., Mahrt, L.  , Belusic, D.  

Particle simulations of dispersion using observed meandering and turbulence

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