TURBULENT SURFACE FLUXES ON KILOMETER SCALE OBTAINED WITH SCINTILLOMETRY; A REVIEW.

Hendrik De Bruin, Wouter Meijninger, Wim Kohsiek, Frank Beyrich, Arnold Moene, Oscar Hartogensis & Hendrik De Bruin
A review will be presented of scintillometry work carried out by the Wageningen University in collaboration with others. A scintillometer consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter produces a parallel beam of light (here wavelengths of about 1 micron and/or 1 mm) and the receiver detects light intensity fluctuations cause by atmospheric turbulent motions. The latter are related to surface fluxes. First, the performance of a large aperture scintillometer (LAS) over different surface...
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