Some atmospheric dispersion, wind and temperature statistics from Jervis Bay, Australian Capital Territory, 1972 to 1974
Australian Atomic Energy Commission
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.
Meteorology, New South Wales, Climates, Temperature measurement, Experimental data
Clark, G. H. (1985). Some atmospheric dispersion, wind and temperature statistics from Jervis Bay, Australian Capital Territory 1972 to 1974. (AAEC/E606). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Research Establishment.