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Journal of Climate
Estimates of trends in planetary boundary layer height over Europe are presented, based on daily radiosonde observations at 25 stations during 1973-2010 and using a bulk Richardson number approach to determine heights. Most stations show statistically significant increases in daytime heights in all four seasons, but fewer show statistically significant trends in nighttime heights. Daytime height variations show an expected strong negative correlation with surface relative humidity and strongdoi:10.1175/jcli-d-13-00108.1 fatcat:azaawipkw5hrxcw3svzvpyrv3e