Measured and Estimated Water Vapor Advection in the Atmospheric Surface Layer

@inproceedings{Higgins2013MeasuredAE,
  title={Measured and Estimated Water Vapor Advection in the Atmospheric Surface Layer},
  author={Chad Higgins and Eric R. Pardyjak and Martin Froidevaux and Valentin Simeonov and Marc B. Parlange},
  year={2013}
}
The flux of water vapor due to advection is measured using high-resolution Raman lidar that was orientated horizontally across a land‐lake transition.At the same time, a fullsurface energy balance is performed toassess the impact of scalar advection on energy budget closure. The flux of water vapor due to advection is then estimated with analytical solutions to the humidity transport equation that show excellent agreement with the field measurements. Although the magnitude of the advection was… CONTINUE READING

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