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Air Pollution III Volume 1 Air Pollution Theory and Simulation
During the last forty years vertical exchange in the atmospheric surface layer has been parameterized with the aid of the Monin-Obukhov similarity theory. Currently it is understood that the concept of local flux-gradient correspondence underlying that theory and most traditional turbulence closures breaks down in convective conditions. Physical essence of the problem is as follows. In strong convection large-scale semi-organised coherent structures embrace the entire convective boundary layerdoi:10.2495/air950071 fatcat:m3cjzenbsrhynlqgyko67unnoa