Infrared and millimetre-wave scintillometry in the suburban environment – Part 1: Structure parameters

@inproceedings{Ward2014InfraredAM,
  title={Infrared and millimetre-wave scintillometry in the suburban environment – Part 1: Structure parameters},
  author={Helen C. Ward and Jonathan G. Evans and Cs. B. Grimmond and John Bradford},
  year={2014}
}
Scintillometry, a form of ground-based remote sensing, provides the capability to estimate surface heat fluxes over scales of a few hundred metres to kilometres. Measurements are spatial averages, making this technique particularly valuable over areas with moderate heterogeneity such as mixed agricultural or urban environments. In this study, we present the structure parameters of temperature and humidity, which can be related to the sensible and latent heat fluxes through similarity theory… CONTINUE READING

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