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Wind turbines with large rotor diameters create wakes which are affected by the rotation of the earth. Aside from creating horizontal mean velocity veer, the Coriolis force, caused by earth's rotation, also results in wake deflection and turbulence kinetic energy redistribution. In atmospheric turbulence, the horizontal component of Earth's rotation is often neglected since its forcing magnitude is small compared to buoyant forces. However, at lower latitudes, the horizontal component willdoi:10.1088/1742-6596/1037/7/072003 fatcat:jmt42sv77za63c7j2lsb6jzdtm