STUDY ON VERTICAL STRUCTURE OF MARINE BOUNDARY LAYER OVER PALAU
Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL) over land and ocean surface is quite diriment because of the differing dynamic and thermodynamic characteristics of both the surface. The structure and characteristics of the ABL over the oceanic surface, often known as the Marine Boundary Layer (MBL) plays an important role in regulating the surface energy, moisture fluxes and in controlling the convective transfer of energy moisture of the free atmosphere. It is imperative for coupled ocean-atmosphere modelling and numerical weather prediction. PALAU (Pacific Area Long-term Atmospheric observation for the Understanding of climate change) over Aimeliik state of Babeldaob Island (7.45° N; 134.47° E) of Republic of Palau field study can advances our knowledge of marine stratocumulus by providing information on the boundary layer and cloud structure, as well as their diurnal cycle.
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