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At present, research-grade data (air and soil temperatures, surface heat fluxes, soil moisture, radiation etc.) are scarce for the humid tropical regions.This is primarily because of lack of appropriate Micrometeorological instrumentation.As such, mass and energy transfer between the surface layer and the sub-surface (soil layer) have not been adequately predicted. Therefore, there is a need for detailed investigation to be conducted from a station in the tropical sub-region, through atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) profiler measurements with fast response sensors to acquire in situ…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
At present, research-grade data (air and soil temperatures, surface heat fluxes, soil moisture, radiation etc.) are scarce for the humid tropical regions.This is primarily because of lack of appropriate Micrometeorological instrumentation.As such, mass and energy transfer between the surface layer and the sub-surface (soil layer) have not been adequately predicted. Therefore, there is a need for detailed investigation to be conducted from a station in the tropical sub-region, through atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) profiler measurements with fast response sensors to acquire in situ micrometeorological data.This book presents the results of mass and energy exchanges necessary for reliable tropical weather prediction within the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL). It also reported the effects of the atmospheric phenomena on magnitudes of the surface layer parameters.
Autorenporträt
Dr M.A. Ayoola, an Atmospheric Physicist had his secondary education at Ibadan.He had taught in Wesley College of Science Ibadan, University of Ibadan and presently a lecturer in the Department of Physics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He has traveled far and wide for international Scientific Conferences and training.