We used two methods to calculate the approximate height of the Planetary Boundary Layer (the lowermost part of the troposphere, which is the lowermost part of all the atmospheric layers). Our first method was using Wind Profiler data. Our second; Signal-to-Noise Ratios. Explanations and procedures for both are explained on our poster.

PBL-Poster

http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2014/12/Final-Poster.pdf

Katira Campos, Kyle Leighton, Stephen Martinez, Joy Nuga

Mark Dempsey, Pamela Burger

Hunter College

Signal-to-Noise Ratio, Wind Profile, Planetary Boundary Layer, New York City

The Planetary Boundary Layer: Looking at Signal-to-Noise Ratios and Wind Profiler Data | 2014 | 2014 Posters | Tags: , , , | Comments (0)

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