Many processes interact in a complex and highly non-linear way during the life cycle of fog, the turbulent transport being among them. Observations and analysis of urbulence are, then, fundamental to our understanding of the physical mechanisms involved with fog formation, evolution and dissipation. Data gathered by fast-response sonic anemometers are processed using wavelet methods in order to estimate turbulence parameters such as kinetic energy or fluxes during the successive stages of fog evolution.
CitationTerradellas, E.; Ferreres, E.; Soler, M. R. Analysis of turbulence in fog episodes. Advances in Science and Research, 2008, núm. 2, p. 31–34
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