A Parametrization Method for the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Applied in Extremely Stable Conditions
We present numerical results of the boundary layer model used for regulatory purposes in Finland, and compare these with measurements from field campaigns and routine measurements. The parameterisation schemes used in the dispersion models of the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) are based on the energy flux method of van Ulden and Holtslag (1985), and the parameterisation of the boundary layer height is based on classical boundary layer models with a separate treatment for convective and stable conditions.
KeywordsAtmospheric Boundary Layer Boundary Layer Height Turbulence Parameter Synoptic Weather Boundary Layer Model
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