Daily Variations of Temperature and Wind Speed in the Surface Boundary layer at Mizuho Station, East Antarctica

元データ 国立極地研究所

概要

Micrometeorological observations at Mizuho Station were carried out from February 1979 to January 1980 by the members of the 20th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE-20) and will be continued until January 1982 by other JARE members. Characteristics profiles of temperature, wind and net radiation during all four seasons measured simultaneously on a 30m tower are discussed in relation to the variation of net radiation. Especially, in winter, there is little variation of net radiation temperature or wind speed. In the lowest 30m layer, stratification is usually stable. On the other hand, as the snow surface is warmed by the shortwave radiation in the summer season, the temperature shows a daily variation and the wind speed also shows a daily variation. The inversion layer gradually disappeared and unstable stratification occurred in the daytime.

著者

Wada Makoto National Institute For Polar Research
Morimoto S National Institute Of Polar Research Organization Of Information And Systems
Mae Shinji National Institute Of Polar Research Research Organization Of Information And Systems
Yamanouchi Takashi National Institute For Polar Research
Morimoto S National Inst. Polar Res. Tokyo Jpn
Mae S National Institute Of Polar Research Research Organization Of Information And Systems
Mae Shinji Department Of Applied Physics Hokkaido University
Mae Shinji National Institute Of Polar Research
Yamada T Geosystems Inc.
Kosha Mitsuyuki Japan Meteorological Agency
Yamanouchi Takashi National Inst. Of Polar Res. And Dep. Of Polar Sci. The Graduate Univ. For Advanced Studies 10-3 Mid
Mae Shinji National Institute For Resources And Environment
Wada Makoto National Inst. Polar Res. Tokyo

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