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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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Calculation of near-surface layer turbulent transport and analysis of surface thermal equilibrium features in Nagqu of Tibet
Gao, Z. ; Wang, J. ; Ma, Y. ; Kim, J. ; Choi, T. ; Lee, H. ; Asanuma, J. ; Su, Z. - \ 2000
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (B) 25 (2000)2. - ISSN 1464-1909 - p. 135 - 139.
remote sensing - China - aardoppervlak - geo-informatie - Azië
This study investigates aerodynamic roughness, drag coefficient, momentum flux, sensible heat flux and latent heat flux in terms of the extended gradient method, followed by dealing with net radiation and coefficient of soil thermal exchange with the daily variation by dint of the thermal balance technique and Fourier law. The data used in this analysis are those of the Nagqu near-surface layer flux observations obtained during GAME/Tibet (GEWEX Asian Monsoon Experiments/Tibet) in the period June 1 to July 20, 1998.
Study of roughness lengths and drag coefficients over Nansha Sea region, Gobi, desert, oasis and Tibetan plateau
Gao, Z. ; Wang, J. ; Ma, Y. ; Kim, J. ; Choi, T. ; Lee, H. ; Asanuma, J. ; Su, Z. - \ 2000
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (B) 25 (2000)2. - ISSN 1464-1909 - p. 141 - 145.
remote sensing - China - aardoppervlak - geo-informatie - Azië
Near-surface turbulent fluxes observations from three large-scale surface-atmosphere interaction field experiments are studied. In the context of the extended Monin-Obukhov similarity theory, investigation was performed of aerodynamic roughness, scalar roughness, neutral drag coefficient, bulk transfer coefficient (sensible heat exchange coefficient and vapor analog) from a calm and a rough sea of the Nansha region separately, and of aerodynamic roughness and drag coefficients from Gobi, desert, oasis and the Tibetan plateau, together with the related distribution of the wind. Some meaningful results have been derived.
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