The Effect of the Structure of the Coastal Marine Boundary-Layer on the Detection of Ship Tracks.
Final rept. 1 Aug 93-30 Sep 96,
SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY LA JOLLA CA
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The goal of this research was to understand the mean cloud-topped boundary layer conditions that favor the persistence of cloud lines associated with ship tracks. The specific objectives of this work were to determine how the diurnal variability of the boundary layer affects the persistence of these tracks to determine how variations in boundary layer structure associated with various coastal phenomenon affect the development and persistence of ship tracks and to what extent the variations in ship track scales observed in satellite images can be tied to variations in coherent scales in the boundary layer.
- Marine Engineering
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment