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Reply to comment by Cristina Archer and Mark Jacobson on "Evaluation of a wind power parameterization using tower observations"
A thorough examination of a parameterization and its potential biases is both very relevant and important. There are numerous, examples in the meteorological literature that address the global application issue. (For ...
Sensitivity analysis of the Florida Tech UTC-M mesoscale atmospheric seabreeze model to estimates of water and land heating rates using AVHRR SST and coastal margin land temperatures
In this paper we conduct sensitivity analyses of the land surface boundary conditions and parameterizations in the UTC-M primitive equation atmospheric planetary boundary layer Seabreeze model. The boundary conditions for ...
Data Assimilation of AVHRR and MODIS data for Land Base Initialization and Boundary Conditions in the UTC-M Atmospheric Boundary Layer Sea-Breeze Model of Space Coast Florida
The purpose of this paper is to present results of simulations of the Florida Tech UTC-M sea-breeze model²² with the addition of a simplified atmospheric downwelling radiation subroutine¹’⁴ combined and a thermal inertia ...
Absorption spectroscopy of colored dissolved organic carbon in Georgia (USA) rivers: The impact of molecular size distribution
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) was collected in six rivers that transect the coastal plain of Georgia in July 1999 and February 2000. DOC concentrations ranged from 4.9 to 40.7 g m-3 and from 7.1 to 40.5 g m-3, respectively. ...
Synthetic image generation of shallow waters using a parallelized hyperspectral Monte Carlo & analytical radiative transfer model
Modeled hyperspectral reflectance signatures just above the water surface are obtained from radiative transfer models to create synthetic images of the water surface. Images are displayed as 24 bit RGB images of the water ...
Evaluation of a wind power parameterization using tower observations
The spatial and temporal components of a published wind power parameterization method are evaluated using observed winds (9 m to 90 m) from 7 years of data collected at four towers in the Kennedy Space Center/Cape Canaveral ...