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Adoptation of atmospheric structure constant (Cn2 ) for identification of boundary layer height: relevant to hazard monitoring
International journal of electronics and applied research
The Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) or the boundary layer is the lowest part of the atmosphere ranging up to 2-4 km height and is largely influenced by the ground surface in contact with it. Above the PBL, the atmosphere is relatively free from the ground influences but the boundary layer dynamics has a role to play on it. Therefore the contributions of turbuances generated by heat exchange processes between ground and the atmosphere up to the PBL cannot be neglegted even at the free mixingdoi:10.33665/ijear.2018.v05i01.002 fatcat:y3wxfh34svdm7nbi6aermk4fsy