Dispersion of spray from insect foggers in stable boundary layers
David R. Miller, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; and A. L. Hiscox and J. Wang
The near-field dispersion of fog clouds from insect foggers mounted on, or behind, a moving truck was mapped using the UCONN aerosol lidar in a desert shrub environment. Replicated spray runs were used to quantify the dispersion rates in x,y and x,z planes across a range of stable boundary layer (SBL) wind conditions. The lidar measurements are being used to evaluate parameterizations of a SBL lagrangian particle transport model.
Session 11A, Stable Boundary Layers III
Friday, 6 August 2010, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM, Torrey's Peak I&II
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