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The Dependence of Boundary-Layer Shear on Diurnal Variation of Stability Public Deposited

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  • Boundary-layer data from several different geographical locations are analyzed to document the behavior of boundary-layer shear above the surface. The influence of diurnal variation of stability is emphasized. The applicability of the power law for use in shear estimates is examined.
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  • This material is based on work supported by the Department of Energy under Contract EY-76-S-06-2227 and the Atmospheric Sciences Division of the National Science Foundation under Grant ATM 7908308-01.
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