Atmospheric Turbulence and Mesoscale Meteorology: Scientific Research Inspired by Doug Lillyby Evgeni Fedorovich
Leading researchers come together in this 2004 text to survey recent developments in atmospheric turbulence and mesoscale meteorology.See more details below
Leading researchers come together in this 2004 text to survey recent developments in atmospheric turbulence and mesoscale meteorology.
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Table of Contents
Introduction Evgeni Fedorovich, Richard Rotunno and Bjorn Stevens; Douglas Lilly: A biography Katharine Kanak, K. Bryan, J. Deardorff, K. Droegemeier, J. Kimpel, P. Lamb, D. Lenschow and J. Smagorinsky; Part I. Atmospheric Turbulence: 1. Changing the face of small-scale meteorology John C. Wyngaard; 2. Phenomenological hunts in two-dimensional and stratified turbulence James C. McWilliams; 3. Energy dissipation in large eddy simulations: dependence on flow structure and effects of eigenvector alignments Chad Higgins, Charles Meneveau and Marc Parlange; 4. Dreams of a stratocumulus sleeper David A. Randall and Wayne H. Schubert; 5. Large eddy simulations of cloud-topped mixed layers Chin-Hoh Moeng, Bjorn Stevens and Peter P. Sullivan; Part II. Mesoscale Meteorology: 6. Model numerics for convective storm simulation Joseph B. Klemp and William C. Skamarock; 7. Numerical prediction of thunderstorms Juanzhen Sun; 8. Tropical cyclone energetics and structure Kerry Emanuel; 9. Mountain meteorology and regional climates Ronald B. Smith; 10. Dynamical processes contributing to the mesoscale spectrum of atmospheric motions Kenneth S. Gage; Appendix A; Appendix B; Index.
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