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book reviews The Kleiner Feldberg Cloud Experiment 1990. second, What is the origin of the air with respect to Sandr o Fuzzi, Ed. 1995. 26 4 pp. $118.50. likely incorporation of pollution from urban/industrial Hardbound . Kluwer Academi c Publishers. ISBN 0- sources, both local and distant? The importance of the 7923-3330-6 . first question lies in assessing whether the mountain simply acts as a convenient measurement site, with- Investigating problems in the earth's atmosphere out significant influence on the flow and cloud, or requires different strategies for different times and whether the mountain itself is instrumental to the places and also for different scales of activity. This cloud formation, dominating the local flow and tur- book is about strategies for looking at cloud in the bulence. A knowledge of upstream stability and the boundary layer—up to some tens of meters above the presence of inversions are necessary. Air origins re- quire back trajectory analysis. It turns out that the first surface—in an isolated mountaintop situation (Kleiner week or so of the project took place in rapidly mov- Felderberg, 825 m, near Frankfurt am Main, Ger- ing Atlantic source air, which was relatively clean, many) from chemical, meteorological, and physical whereas http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-77.11.2737
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The Kleiner Feldberg Cloud Experiment 1990. second, What is the origin of the air with respect to Sandr o Fuzzi, Ed. 1995. 26 4 pp. $118.50. likely incorporation of pollution from urban/industrial Hardbound . Kluwer Academi c Publishers. ISBN 0- sources, both local and distant? The importance of the 7923-3330-6 . first question lies in assessing whether the mountain simply acts as a convenient measurement site, with- Investigating problems in the earth's atmosphere out significant influence on the flow and cloud, or requires different strategies for different times and whether the mountain itself is instrumental to the places and also for different scales of activity. This cloud formation, dominating the local flow and tur- book is about strategies for looking at cloud in the bulence. A knowledge of upstream stability and the boundary layer—up to some tens of meters above the presence of inversions are necessary. Air origins re- quire back trajectory analysis. It turns out that the first surface—in an isolated mountaintop situation (Kleiner week or so of the project took place in rapidly mov- Felderberg, 825 m, near Frankfurt am Main, Ger- ing Atlantic source air, which was relatively clean, many) from chemical, meteorological, and physical whereas

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1996

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