Radiation Fog. Part I: Observations of Stability and Drop Size Distributions

@article{Price2011RadiationFP,
  title={Radiation Fog. Part I: Observations of Stability and Drop Size Distributions},
  author={Jeremy D. Price},
  journal={Boundary-Layer Meteorology},
  year={2011},
  volume={139},
  pages={167-191}
}
Data from several cases of radiation fog occurring at the Met Office field site at Cardington, Bedfordshire, UK have been analyzed with a view to elucidating the typical evolution in its static stability from formation to dissipation. Typically the early stages of radiation fog are characterized by a stable thermal profile and a relatively shallow depth. However, when the fog reached approximately 100 m depth it was observed to become optically thick (to longwave radiation), with a subsequent… CONTINUE READING

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