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Mak, Ho Yi Lydia (author)
In the atmospheric boundary layer, when surface heat flux is small and mean wind shear is strong, horizontal convective rolls that are elongated along the wind shear are formed. This study attempts to explain the asymmetry of rolls in terms of turbulence using large-eddy simulations. A pressure gradient in the north-south y direction is applied,...
student report 2023
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O'Driscoll, Owen (author)
Oceans play a vital role in the regulation of Earth's intricate climate system. The majority of gas and energy exchanges occurring at the ocean-atmosphere interface are driven by small-scale, O(1 km), coupled processes. Despite its importance, too few observations have been able to capture the ocean-atmosphere coupling at scales smaller than O...
master thesis 2021
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Savazzi, Alessandro (author)
In the context of climate modelling, convective clouds in tropical regions play a major role in determining the climate sensitivity. The vertical transport of mass and energy associated with this type of clouds is often represented with so called mass-flux parameterization schemes. In this work the aim is to evaluate the relationship between...
master thesis 2019
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Oberle, Esther (author)
Wind is an important indicator of circulation related processes in the atmosphere. Accurate wind in- formation is used as an input for weather and circulation models. Wind data with a high temporal and spatial resolution are useful for research on the microphysics of the atmosphere, which is the area of application for the three-beam...
master thesis 2018
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