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Meten in de poolnacht \ Wageningen world : magazine van Wageningen UR en KLV over werken aan de kwaliteit van leven [Artikel]
Louwerens, T. \ 2020
Je moet er wat voor over hebben om poolonderzoek te doen: weken in het donker leven met hevige stormen en temperaturen tot wel -40 graden. Vanuit het onderzoeksschip Polarstern, ingevroren in het Noordpoolgebied, trotseert de Wageningse onderzoeker S ...
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Clip10: Atmospheric Turbulence [Video]
2017
The flow of air through the atmosphere is not always smooth and steady sometimes the airflow becomes erratic and unsteady the flow is then said to be turbulent. A good example of this turbulence occurs in the layer of air close to the ground. Strong ...
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Clip7c Atmospheric Dynamics -Thermal wind [Video]
2017
In this clip I will show an application of the theory of geostrategic motion using the case of a change in the geostrategic wind with height. You will see that this change is closely linked to an existing horizontal temperature gradient. We start wit ...
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Clip7b Atmospheric Dynamics [Video]
2017
In this clip I will illustrate the theory of juice trophic motion by using the example of curved isobars We will also examine the theory of circular motion and learn how to derive the gradient wind relationships. The clip relates to the course Introd ...
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Clip4b Radiation -extinction [Video]
2017
When solar radiation first enters the earth's atmosphere it interacts with Adams molecules and aerosol particles which results in the attenuation or extinction of the solar rays. In this clip we will take a closer look at the influence of atmospheric ...
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Clip4a: Radiation [Video]
2017
adiation from the sun is the sole reason that Earth can sustain life. It is also the driving force behind many of the movements that we see happening in the atmosphere and the oceans. In this clip we will examine fundamental radiation laws and take a ...
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Clip3:Thermodynamic diagrams [Video]
2017
Performing calculations of thermodynamic processes in the atmosphere is often cumbersome Furthermore graphical representation of the vertical profiles for temperature and humidity as measured by radiosonde require consistency. For both applications t ...
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Clip2b:Atmospheric Humidity [Video]
2017
Well water in its many phases plays a crucial role in the atmosphere as well as in the climate in this clip I will explain the essential properties of water vapor and the different ways to express the amount of humidity in the air. Let's start by mak ...
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Clip2a:Thermodynamics [Video]
2017
n this clip I will present an overview of two fundamental concepts in meteorology hydrostatic equilibrium and the First Law of Thermodynamics. The clip relates to the course Introduction Atmosphere (MAQ-10306; https://ssc.wur.nl/Handbook/Course/MAQ-1 ...
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Clip1a: Introduction to the Atmosphere [Video]
2017
In this clip I will present a brief overview of atmospheric pressure and explain why it decreases as we move upward through the atmosphere. The clip relates to the course Introduction Atmosphere (MAQ-10306; https://ssc.wur.nl/Handbook/Course/MAQ-1030 ...
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Life on earth? Yes! We are here, right? [Video]
Moene, A. \ 2017
But why is the atmosphere suitable for us?
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Clip7a: Atmopsheric Dynamics [Video]
2017
The atmosphere is in constant motion. Motions are caused by and subject to a number of different forces. In this clip we will examine the fundamental forces involved in atmospheric motion. The clip relates to the course Introduction Atmosphere (MAQ-1 ...
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Clip1b: Introduction to the Atmosphere [Video]
2017
In this clip I will give you a brief overview of one of the fundamental laws concerning the atmosphere the ideal gas law for any gas or mixture of gases the pressure within a given volume is determined by the temperature and the number of molecules i ...
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Class : design a research plan 'the research cycle' [Video]
2015
In this clip is explained how to use CLASS to design a research plan the strategy is to build your research plan step-by-step from simple ideas to more complex ones, a four-step research cycle has been developed which will lead you through the proces ...
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Class : introduction [Video]
2015
With this series of clips we would like to introduce you to the class model and the book atmospheric boundary layer within the atmosphere boundary layer. The clip relates to the CLASS model and the book Atmospheric Boundary Layer - Integrating Air Ch ...
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Class : first experiment [Video]
2015
In this clip I will show you the basics of the class and her interface so that you can run your first numerical experiments and save the set ups notice that before running the class. The clip relates to the CLASS model and the book Atmospheric Bounda ...
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CLASS : making graphs [Video]
2015
In this clip I will show you how to load your setup file and create graphs. The clip relates to the CLASS model and the book Atmospheric Boundary Layer - Integrating Air Chemistry and Land Interactions (https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316117422, restr ...
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Class : save data/upload to Excel [Video]
2015
In this clip I will show you how to save your data and upload it to an Excel spreadsheet. This way you can use the data for calculations and more advanced graphs such as plotting two variables together, which is not possible in the interface of CLASS ...
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Class : tab basic [Video]
2015
Within the tab basic in the class model the main parameters that influence boundary layer processes can be changed. In this clip I will show you how to change the time settings of the model how to control the boundary layer height and how to initiali ...
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Class : tab wind (CO2/Scalar) [Video]
2015
In this clip I will introduce the main specifications within the tab wind. The clip relates to the CLASS model and the book Atmospheric Boundary Layer - Integrating Air Chemistry and Land Interactions (https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316117422, restri ...
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