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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> For non-omnidirectional sonic anemometers like the Kaijo-Denki DAT 600 TR61A probe, it is shown that separate planar-fit rotations must be used for the undisturbed (open part of the sonic anemometer) and the disturbed sector. This increases the friction velocity while no effect on the scalar fluxes was found. In the disturbed sector, irregular values of &minus; <span style="text-decoration: overline"><i>u&prime;</i><i>w&prime;</i></span> < 0 weredoi:10.5194/amt-6-221-2013 fatcat:w3c6b4s2qbdypiuix6uca7pjcq