Boundary Layer Aerosol Transport Measurements in a Valley System. Part III.
Final technical rept. Sep 75-Jun 76,
FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN (WEST GERMANY)
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The transport of aerosols in a mountain valley has been investigated by means of field experiments. This report is based on eight such experiments, which have been conducted under various meteorological conditions stability classes B, C, And D after Pasquill, Turner, Etc. A complete set of measured data like particle distributions, wind profiles, balloon trajectories, and temperature probings will be presented. The particle propagation of the single experiment will be compared with the theoretical distribution and influences of valley shape and temperature inversion on the actual distribution will be discussed. Author
- Atmospheric Physics