Data from: Gentle topography increases vertical transport of coarse dust by orders of magnitude

Michael Heisel, Bicheng Chen, Jasper Kok & Marcelo Chamecki
The presence of coarse mineral dust in the atmosphere has been substantiated in several recent measurement campaigns, which include observations of particles up to and above 100 micrometer in diameter. Yet, atmospheric dust models either do not include particles larger than 20 micrometer or severely underestimate their concentrations. One possibility for the underestimated concentrations is that models do not represent enhancements of particle transport due to subgrid-scale topography. Here, large-eddy simulations are used in combination...
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