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Mixed layer modeling of aerosols in the marine boundary layer
A mixed layer dynamic model for the structure and evolution of aerosols in the marine regime is presented. The ambient aerosol spectrum is divided into the continental and sea salt components and transformed to a reference saturation ratio, S = 0.8 (80% relative humidity). The temporal evolution of the aerosol spectrum is predicted from rate equations which require a specification of the surface production rate, the entrainment rate, (W(e)) and the mixed layer depth (h). The model was tested against a marine data set obtained off Southern California during the CEWCOM-78 experiment. The test was with two different methods of obtaining the relevant meteorological and aerosol parameters: (1) actual measurements and (2) dynamic boundary layer model prediction and parameterization. In the first case the model reproduced the aerosol data within a factor of 1.5 while in the second case the uncertainty factor was 2.0. In either case the model only modestly outperforms the much simpler Wells-Munn-Katz (WMK) model, which uses only local specification of the wind speed and humidity. Suggested improvements of the mixed layer model are presented. (Author)
|Statement||by K.L. Davidson, C.W. Fairall, and G.E. Schacher|
|Contributions||Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.), Fairall, C.W. (Christopher W.), Schacher, G.E. (Gordon Everett)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
At 20S, boundary layer depth away from the coast also differs strongly between models. Yes P. Saide Yes 47 12 Regional WRF-Chem UIOWA U. Iowa Large model biases in cloud fraction, liquid water path, and boundary layer depth are present in most models, similar to the PreVOCA study. Models show large biases in aerosol and chemical concentrations. The chemical composition of individual particles > μm sampled duringthe MAST-experiment wereanalysed by SEM-EDX, in combination with multivariatetechniques. The objective of this experiment was toidentify the mechanisms responsible for themodification of marine stratocumulus clouds byemissions from ships and in a wider sense to provideinformation on the global processes Cited by:
T. Luo et al.: Marine boundary layer structure as observed by A-train satellites to attempt a combination of MODIS and reanalysis data to study the MBL decoupling, though this passive remote sens-ing cannot produce direct measurements of MBL structures. New satellite-based observations allow for . Science and Applications Drivers for Boundary Layer Observations. Given the importance of the BL for a number of scientific research, applications, and modeling efforts, workshop participants explored specific aspects of BL research in detail. 1 Introduction. The ocean surface boundary layer (OSBL) is typically defined by a quasi‐homogeneous density structure which can range from a few metres to several hundred meters in depth and is created by turbulent mixing forced by the wind, surface gravity waves, and convective cooling.
The model simulates such processes as particle production at the sea surface, mixing of particles through the boundary layer by turbulent diffusion, gravitational settling, and dry deposition. The model is initialized at the shoreline with continental and/or surf by: RADIATIVE IMPACTS OF ABSORBING AEROSOLS ON TROPICAL MARITIME BOUNDARY LAYER AND TRADE WIND CUMILI Hailong Wang1, Greg M. McFarquhar1 and Wojciech Grabowski2 1University of Illinois, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Urbana, IL 2National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, CO 1. INTRODUCTION purpose of this study is to better characterize the Author: Hailong Wang, Greg M. McFarquhar, Wojciech Grabowski. The intensity and polarization of light scattered from marine aerosols affect visibility and contrast in the marine atmospheric boundary layer (MABL). The polarization properties of scattered light in the MABL vary with size, refractive index, number distributions, and environmental conditions. Laboratory measurements were used to determine the characteristics and variability of the.
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