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Title: Some atmospheric dispersion, wind and temperature statistics from Jervis Bay, Australian Capital Territory, 1972 to 1974.
Authors: Clark, GH
Issue Date: Jul-1985
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Abstract: A meteorological study of winds temperatures and Pasquill stability categories was conducted in the coastal conditions at Jervis Bay. Three Pasquill stability categorisation schemes were compared. These indicated a predominance of neutral to slightly unstable conditions. During the daytime north bay breezes and north-east sea breezes were most common together with on-shore south-east winds. Off-shore south-west winds prevailed during winter and were observed most frequently at night.
ISBN: 0642598088
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