By Ismail Gultepe
This topical quantity of the magazine of natural and utilized Geophysics makes use of new info now not formerly available for fog similar examine. It specializes in floor and distant sensing observations of fog, quite a few numerical version purposes utilizing new parameterizations, fog climatology, and new statistical tools. the consequences provided during this designated factor come from learn efforts in North the USA and Europe.
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