By J. C. Kaimal
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14. 7'zj, approaching spectral levels attributable to just the diurnal trend (used as reference in all the frames in Fig. 2zt level at z = Zi. 5,2,. 7,2, to entrainment of warmer air from above the capping inversion into the mixed layer. , h > z > L, where L often ranges from 1/10 to 1/3 of the inversion depth h), the energy due to turbulence in the spectrum decreases rapidly with height, whereas that of the wave components present does not. At z = h, only the wave energy remains unless nonlinear processes induce wave breaking, thereby producing turbulent kinetic energy; at frequencies where turbulent energy shows a peak at the lower heights, the spectrum is flat and significantly depressed.
Izumi, 1971: Local free-convection, similarity and the budgets of shear stress and heat flux. J. Atmos. , 28, 1171-1182. Yaglom, A. , 1979: Similarity laws for constant pressure and pressure gradient wall flows. Ann. Rev. , 11, 505-540. Additional Readings Arya, S. P. , 1988: An Introduction to Micrometeorology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 303 pp. Haugen, D. A. ), 1973: Workshop in Micrometeorology. American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA, 392 pp. Kaimal, J. , and J. C. Wyngaard, 1990: The Kansas and Minnesota experiments.
Conspicuously absent from this list are forms for the standard deviations FLOW OVER FLAT UNIFORM TERRAIN FIG. 7. Similarity functions in the surface layer. of u and v. They do not follow M-O similarity for reasons that will become clear as we examine the behavior of their spectra in Chapter 2. We can, however, expect scalar properties such as q and their fluxes to follow M-O similarity and to have functional forms resembling those of