Ivana Stiperski

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Katabatic flow down long glaciers in high latitudes experiences deflection due to the Coriolis force. If the Coriolis force is added to the classic Prandtl model for katabatic flow, the cross-slope wind component does not approach a true steady state, but rather diffuses upwards in time. On the other hand, the down-slope component and the potential(More)
Katabatic flows on long glaciers in high latitudes experience the Coriolis effect deflecting the flow thus affecting turbulent transports in the boundary layer. Analytically katabatic flows have been best represented by Prandtl model. However, the classic Prandtl model does not take into account the effect of the Coriolis force. It is found that after a(More)
The role of the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) in the atmosphere-climate system is the exchange of heat, mass, and momentum between " the earth's surface " and the atmosphere. Traditionally, it is understood that turbulent transport is responsible for this exchange and hence the understanding and physical description of the turbulence structure of the(More)
In this article, we present an overview of the HyIV-CNRS-SecORo (Hydralab IV-CNRS-Secondary Orography and Rotors Experiments) laboratory experiments carried out in the CNRM (Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques) large stratified water flume. The experiments were designed to systematically study the influence of double obstacles on stably stratified(More)
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