Influence of turbulent mixing and air circulation in the lower atmosphere on fetch areas of selected WMO Global Atmosphere Watch baseline air pollution stations.
World Meteorological Organization
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) established the Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) Programme in 1989. The scientific goals of GAW relate to investigating the role of atmospheric chemistry in global climate change, and include: understanding the complex mechanisms with respect to natural and anthropogenic atmospheric change; and improving the understanding of interactions between the atmosphere, ocean, and biosphere.
Atmospheric circulation, Turbulent flow, WMO, Air pollution, Climatic change, Chemical composition
Zahorowski, W., Chambers, S., Kang, C-H., Crawford, J., Werczynski, S., & Williams, A.G. (2008). Influence of turbulent mixing and air circulation in the lower atmosphere on fetch areas of selected WMO Global Atmosphere Watch baseline air pollution stations. Poster presented to the 18th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence, 9th – 13th June 2008. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University.