The effects of roughness change on the surface layer of the atmosphere (I) — The variations of wind speed and shear stress
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A general four-layer structure linear theory for predicting the effects of arbitrarily distributed roughness change on the variations of wind speed and shear stress in the surface layer of 3D and 2D atmospheres was presented. The results derived by the theory were agreeable to the previous ones.
Key wordsatmospheric boundary layer surface roughness
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