Dr Julia M. Rees

 

My main research interests are in Fluid Dynamics, with applications to engineering and meteorology. Current research areas include microbubble-mediated flows, Marangoni waves and rheology. If you are considering doing a Phd in these areas, please get in touch: j.rees@shef.ac.uk. Here is a full list of my publications:

 

Patents

 

[100] J M Rees and W B Zimmerman: UK Patent Application No 1207436.5 for online, continuous rheometry; University of Sheffield, 29 April 2012

 

Refereed Journals - in Print – Original Articles

 

[99]

W B Zimmerman, J M Rees (2017)

Excitation of surface waves due to thermocapillary effects on a stably stratified fluid layer.

Applied Sciences, 7(4), 392-405

doi: 10.3390/app7040392

Impact factor 1.726, 1.773(5yr)

 

[98]

N Abdulrazzaq, B H Al-Sabbagh, J M Rees, W B Zimmerman (2016)

Purification of bioethanol using microbubbles generated by fluidic oscillation: a dynamic evaporation model.

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 55(50), 12909-12918

doi: 10.1021/acs.iecr.6b01666

Impact factor 2.567

 

[97]

G S Regunath, W B Zimmerman, J M Rees (2016)

Dual plane PIV investigation of acoustically excited jets in a swirl nozzle.

Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 23, 83-89

doi: 10.5194/npg-23-83-2016

Impact factor 0.987, 1.358 (5yr)

 

[96]

S Bashir, M Bashir, J M Rees, W B Zimmerman (2016)

Flow fields during formation of W/O and O/W emulsions using µPIV.

Journal of Biochips and Tissue Chips, 6(1), (5 pages)

doi: 10.4172/2153-0777.1000113

Impact factor 1.42

 

[95]

N Abdulrazzaq, B Al-Sabbagh, J M Rees, W B Zimmerman (2015)

Separation of azeotropic mixtures using air microbubbles generated by fluidic oscillation.

AIChE Journal, 62(4)

doi: 10.1002/aic.15097

Impact factor 2.748

 

 

[94]

S Bashir, M Bashir, X Casadevall i Solvas, J M Rees, W B Zimmerman (2015)

 

Hydrophilic surface modification of PDMS microchannel for O/W and W/O/W emulsions.

Micromachines, 6(10), 1445-1458

doi: 10.3390/mi6101429

Impact factor 1.269, 1.627 (5yr)

 

[93]

M Bashir, J M Rees, S Bashir, W B Zimmerman (2014)

Characterization of atmospheric pressure microplasma produced from argon and a mixture of argon-ethylenediamine.

Physics Letters A, 378(32-33), 2395-2405

doi: 10.1016/j.physleta.2014.05.049

Impact factor 1.683

 

[92]

M Bashir, J M Rees, S Bashir, W B Zimmerman (2014)

Microplasma copolymerization of amine and Si containing precursors.

Thin Solid Films, 564, 186-194

doi: 10.1016.j.tsf.2014.06.004

Impact factor: 1.604, 1.888 (5yr)

 

[91]

S Bashir, X Casadevall i Solvas, M Bashir, J M Rees, W B Zimmerman (2014)

Dynamic wetting in microfluidic droplet formation.

BioChip Journal, 8, 122-128

doi: 10.1007/s13206-014-8207-y

Impact factor: 0.820

 

[90]

J M Rees (2014)

Towards online, continuous monitoring for rheometry of complex fluids.

Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 206, 294-302

doi: 10.1016/j.cis.2013.05.006

Impact factor: 6.169,8.010 (5yr)

 

[89] M Bashir, S Bashir, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2014)

Surface coating of bonded PDMS microchannels by atmospheric pressure microplasma.

Plasma Processes and Polymers, 11(3), 279-288

doi: 10.1002/ppap.201300123

Impact factor 3.730

 

[88]

S Bashir, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2014)

Investigation of pressure profile evolution during confined microdroplet formation using a two-phase level set method.

International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 60, 40-49

doi: 10.1016/j.ijmultiphaseflow.2013.11.012

Impact factor 1.715, 2.167 (5 yr)

 

 

[87]

M Bashir, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2013)

Plasma polymerization in a microcapillary using an atmospheric pressure dielectric

barrier discharge.

Surface Coating and Technology, 234, 82-91

doi: 10.1016/j.surfcoat.2013.01.041

Impact factor: 1.941, 2.102 (5yr)

 

[86]

H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2011)

An inverse method for rheometry of power law fluids.

Measurement Science & Technology, 22 (12), 125402-125414

doi: 10.1088/0957-0233/22/12/125402

Impact factor: 1.353

 

[85]

A Sohail, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2011)

Analysis of capillary-gravity waves using the discrete periodic inverse scattering transform.

Colloid and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 391 (1), 42- 50 doi:10.1016/j.colsurfa.2011.07.009

Impact factor: 2.130, 2.240 (5 yr)

 

[84]

S Bashir, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2011)

Simulations of microfluidic droplet formation using the two phase level set method.

Chemical Engineering Science, 66 (20), 4733-4741.

doi:10.1016/j.ces.2011.0.034

Impact factor: 2.379, 2.533 (5 yr)

 

[83]

J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2011)

An intermediate wavelength, weakly nonlinear theory for the evolution of capillary gravity waves.

Wave Motion, 48 (8), 707-716

doi:1016/j.wavemoti.2011.03.006

Impact factor: 1.505, 1.453 (5 yr)

 

[82]

T J Craven, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2010)

Pressure sensor positioning in an electrokinetic microrheometer device:

simulations of shear-thinning liquid flows.

Microfluidics & Nanofluidics, 9(2-3), 559-571.

doi: 10.1007/s10404-010-0573-8

Impact factor: 3.504

 

[81]

H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2010)

Rheometry of non-Newtonian polymer solution using microchannel pressure driven flow.

Applied Rheology, 20, 55608.

Impact factor: 1.778

 

[80]

H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2010)

Creeping flow analysis of an integrated microfluidic device for rheometry.

Journal of non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 165(19-20), 1302-1308.

doi: 10.1016/j.jnnfm.2019.06.013

Impact factor: 1.572, 1.869 (5 yr)

 

[79]

H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2009)

Microfluidic rheometry of a polymer solution by micron resolution particle image velocimetry: a model validation study.

Measurement Science & Technology, 20, 115405 (9pp.)

Impact factor: 1.350

 

[78]

W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2009)

Optimal modelling and experimentation for the improved sustainability of microfluidic chemical technology design.

Chem. Eng. Research Design. 87, 798-808.

doi: 10.1016/j.cherd.2008.11.010

Impact factor: 1.519

 

[77]

A J Maguire, J M Rees and S H Derbyshire (2008)

Impact of height-dependent drainage forcing on the stable atmospheric boundary

layer over a uniform slope.

Il Nuovo Cimento C, 031(05-06), 699-710.

doi: 10.1393/ncc/i2008-10325-2

Impact factor: 0.197

 

[76]

J M Rees, G Regunath, S P Whiteside, M B Wadnerkar and P E Cowell (2008)

Adaptation of wavelet transform analysis to the investigation of biological variations in speech signals.

Medical Engineering and Physics, 30(7), 865-871.

doi: 10.1016/j.medengphys.2007.10.006

Impact factor: 1.906, 2.113 (5 yr)

 

[75]

T J Craven, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2008)

On slip flow velocity boundary conditions for electroosmotic flow near sharp corners.

Physics of Fluids, 20 (4), article number: 043603.

doi: 10.1063/1.2906344

Impact factor: 1.722, 1.998 (5 yr)

Paper also selected for 5 May 2008 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, published by the American Institute of Physics and the American Physical Society.

 

[74]

H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2008)

An inverse methodology for the rheology of a power law non-Newtonian fluid.

J. Mech. Eng. Sci. Part C, 222 (5), 761-768.

doi: 10.1243/09544062JMES747

Impact factor: 0.416

 

[73]

 

 

W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2007)

Rollover instability due to double diffusion in a stably stratified cylindrical tank.

Physics of Fluids, 19 (12), article number: 123604.

doi: 10.1063/1.2827488

Impact factor: 1.722, 1.998 (5 yr)

 

[72]

W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and B N Hewakandamby (2007)

Numerical analysis of solutocapillary Marangoni induced interfacial waves.

Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 134-35, 346-359.

doi:10.1016/j.cis.2007.04.015

Impact factor: 8.651, 7.419 (5 yr)

 

[71]

A J Maguire, J M Rees and S H Derbyshire (2007)

Depth of the stable atmospheric boundary layer over a shallow uniform slope.

Fisica de la Tierra, 19, 11-20.

ISSN 0214-4557

 

[70]

C Yague, S Viana, G Maqueda, M F Lazcano, G Morales and J M Rees (2007)

A study on the nocturnal atmospheric boundary layer.

Fisica de la Tierra, 19, 55-71.

ISSN 0214-4557

 

[69]

W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and T J Craven (2006)

Rheometry of non-Newtonian electrokinetic flow in a microchannel T-junction.

Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2, 481-492.

Impact factor: 3.504

 

J[68]

A J Maguire, J M Rees and S H Derbyshire (2006)

Stable atmospheric boundary layer over a uniform slope: some theoretical concepts.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 120, 219-227.

Impact factor: 1.879

[67]

J M Rees, R J Atkin, and W B Zimmerman (2005)

On the use of audio tapes for teaching vector analysis to engineering undergraduates.

International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education,

33(4), 358-368.

 

[66]

W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2004)

Long solitary internal waves in stable stratification.

Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 11(2), 165-180.

Impact factor: 1.409

 

[65]

C R Wilford, R J Moffett, J M Rees, G J Bailey and S A Gonzalez (2003)

Comparison of the He+ layer observed over Arecibo during solar maximum and solar minimum with CTIP model results.

Journal of Geophysical Research (Space), 108 (A12), pp. 17-2 to 17-9.

Impact factor: 3.303

 

[64]

 

J M Rees, B Koprov, V Koprov, W B Zimmerman (2003)

On solitary wave mediated heat exchange in the Antarctic boundary layer. Atmospheric Science Letters, 4, 1-14.

 

[63]

J M Rees, C R Wilford, R J Moffett, Z C Dent, I R Mann (2003)

Analysis of magnetometer data using wavelet transforms

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 361, 133-137.

Impact factor: 2.457, 2.627 (5yr)

 

[62]

C R Wilford, R J Moffett, J M Rees, R A Heelis (2003)

A modified CTIP model and comparisons with DMSP satellite data

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 361, 139-142.

Impact factor: 2.457, 2.627 (5yr)

 

[61]

J M Rees, W J Staszewski and J R Winkler (2001)

Case study of a wave event in the stable atmospheric boundary layer overlying an Antarctic ice shelf using the orthogonal wavelet transform

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 245-261.

Impact factor: 2.674, 1.880 (5yr)

 

[60]

C Yague, G Maqueda and J M Rees (2001)

Characteristics of turbulence in the lower atmosphere at Halley IV station, Antarctica

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 205-223.

Impact factor: 2.674, 1.880 (5yr)

 

[59]

C R Wilford, R J Moffett and J M Rees (2001)

Modelling helium ions in the Earth’s upper atmosphere

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 383-397.

Impact factor: 2.674, 1.880 (5yr)

 

[58]

J M Rees, J C W Denholm-Price J C King and P S Anderson (2000)

A climatological study of internal gravity waves in the atmospheric boundary layer overlying the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica.

Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 57, 511-526.

Impact factor: 2.6

 

J [57]

J Cuxart, C Yague, G Morales, E Terradellas, J Orbe, J Calvo, A Fernandz, MR Soler, C Infante, P Buenestado, A Espinalt, H E Joergensen, J M Rees, J Vila, J M Redondo, IR Cantalapiedra and L Conangla (2000)

Stable atmospheric boundary layer in Spain (SABLES 98): A report.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 96, 337-370.

Impact factor: 2.291

 

J [56]

J C W Denholm-Price and J M Rees (1999)

Detecting waves using an array of sensors.

Monthly Weather Review, 127, 57-69.

Impact factor: 2.348

 

[55]

J M Rees, P S Anderson and J C King (1998)

Observations of solitary waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 86, 47-61.

Impact factor: 2.291

 

[54]

J C W Denholm-Price and J M Rees (1998)

A practical example of low-frequency trend removal.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 86, 181-187.

Impact factor: 2.291

 

[53]

W J Staszewski, K Worden and J M Rees (1998)

Analysis of wind fluctuations using the orthogonal wavelet transform.

Applied Scientific Research, 59, 205-218.

 

[52]

J M Rees, J L Cano, G Maqueda and J M Cano (1996)

Observaciones con globo cautivo de la capa limite atmosferica, sobre terreno complejo, en la Sierra de Gredos.

Avances en Geofisica y Geodesia, 1, 169-180.

 

[51]

J M Rees and J W Rottman (1994).

Analysis of solitary disturbances over an Antarctic ice shelf.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 69, 285-310.

 

[50]

P S Anderson, S D Mobbs, J C King, I McConnell and J M Rees (1992)

A microbarograph for internal gravity wave studies in Antarctica.

Antarctic Science, 4, 241-248.

 

[49]

J M Rees (1991)

On the characteristics of eddies in the stable atmospheric boundary layer. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 55, 325-343.

 

[48]

S D Mobbs and J M Rees (1989)

Studies of internal gravity waves at Halley Base, Antarctica, using radiosondes.

Antarctic Science, 1, 65-75.

[47]

J C King, S D Mobbs, J M Rees, P S Anderson and A D Culf (1989).

The stable Antarctic boundary layer experiment at Halley Base.

Weather, 44, 398-405.

[46]

J M Rees and S D Mobbs (1988).

Studies of internal gravity waves at Halley Base, Antarctica, using wind observations.

Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 114, 939-966.

 

[45]

J M Rees (1987).

The propagation of internal gravity waves in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

Annales Geophysicae, 5B(5), 421-432.

 

[44]

J C King, S D Mobbs, M S Darby and J M Rees (1987).

Observations of an internal gravity wave in the lower troposphere at Halley, Antarctica.

Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 39, 1-13.

 

Refereed Journals - in Print – Reviews

 

P [43 J M Rees (2001)

Mixing processes in geophysical and astrophysical flows

Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 1, 333-343.

 

Chapters of Books – in Print

 

P [42] J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2006)

Rheometry of electrokinetic flows in microchannels.

In Microfluidics: Theory, History and Applications, W B J Zimmerman (ed.) Springer-Verlag-Wien, Berlin, CISM Lecture Series Vol. 466.

ISBN 3211329943

 

[41] W B J Zimmerman and J M Rees (2006)

Vector Calculus Fundamentals in COMSOL Multiphysics with MATLAB.

In: Multiphysics Modelling with Finite Element Methods. Ed. W B J Zimmerman, World Scientific Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Systems, Series A, Singapore, Volume 18, pp. 393-417.

ISBN 981256843-3

 

[40] W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2004).

A MATLAB/FEMLAB primer for vector calculus.

In: Process Modelling and Simulation with Finite Element Methods.

Ed. W B Zimmerman, World Scientific Series on Stability,

Vibration and Control of Systems, Singapore, 2004, pp. 351-375.

 

[39] J M Rees (2002).

Some observations of waves and turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, P F Linden and J M Redondo (eds.), 159-175.

Invited chapter for book.

 

[38] J C W Denholm-Price, J M Rees, P S Anderson and J C King (1999).

Beamsteering analysis of internal gravity waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Stably Stratified Flows: Mixing and Dispersion in Stably Stratified Flows, P A Davies (ed.) , 423-437, Oxford University Press.

 

[37] J M Rees (1995).

Transport of energy and momentum by internal gravity waves in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Editors: J M Redondo, O Metais, UPC Barcelona, 64-74.

Invited Plenary Paper.

 

[36] J M Rees, I McConnell, J C King and P S Anderson (1994).

Observations of internal gravity waves over an Antarctic ice shelf using a microbarograph array.

Stably Stratified Flows: Flow and Dispersion over Topography, I Castro and N Rockliff (eds.), 61-79, Oxford University Press.

 

[35] J M Rees and S D Mobbs (1993).

Large eddies in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

Stably Stratified Flows: Waves and Turbulence, S D Mobbs and J C King (eds.), 155-184, Clarendon Press.

ISBN 0198536611

 

[34] J M Rees (1995).

Internal waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer overlying an Antarctic ice shelf.

Fluid Physics: Lecture Notes of Summer Schools, World Scientific Series on Nonlinear Science, Manuel G Velarde (ed.), Vol. 5, 329-340,Spain.

ISBN 9810218990

 

 

[33] C S Grimshaw, K J Miller and J M Rees (1992).

Short fatigue crack growth under variable amplitude loading; a theoretical approach.

Short Fatigue Cracks, K J Miller and E R de los Rios (eds.),

Mechanical Engineering Publications Limited, London, 449-465.

 

[32] S D Mobbs, J M Rees, M S Darby, J Brindley and J C King (1989).

Internal gravity waves in the atmospheric boundary layer.

University Research in Antarctica, R B Heywood (ed.) Cambridge: British Antarctic Survey.

 

Refereed Conference Papers

 

[31] S Bashir, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2010)

Numerical simulations of nanolitre droplet formation in a microfluidic T-junction using the two phase level set method.

In: Proceedings of 2nd European Conference on Microfluidics, Toulouse 8-10 December 2010, µ-FLU10-279.

 

[30] T J Craven, J M Rees and W B Zimmerman (2006)

Stabilised finite element modelling of Oldroyd-B viscoelastic flow.

Proceedings of COMSOL Users Conference, Birmingham 2006.

 

[29] W B Zimmerman, J M Rees and T J Craven (2004)

Inverse problems in non-Newtonian electrokinetic flows in microchannels.

ESDA Manchester, ASME Transactions, No. 2004 58438.

 

[28] J Anderson, J Bayliss, R Davison, P Egerton, G Griffiths, P Kahn, J Levesley, J M Rees and S Townend (1999).

Encouraging mathematical conversation.

Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching Conference 1998, 69-78.

 

[27] M Barry, Q Burrell, D Emery, C Evans, N Gordon, G Hunter, K Houston, P Khan, J M Rees and A Stibbard (1998).

The evaluation of teaching innovations.

Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching Conference 1997, 41-54.

 

[26] P Heeley and J M Rees (1995).

Case study of coherent structures over an Antarctic ice shelf.

Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Editors: J M Redondo, O Metais, UPC Barcelona, 179-194.

[25] J M Rees and I R Cantalapiedra (1993).

Simulacion bidimensional de turbulencia y ondas internas en sistemas no homogeneous.

Congreso de Metodos Numericos en Ingenieria, Editors: F Navarrina, M Casteliero, La Coruna, 1220-1230.

 

[24] J M Rees (1990).

Spectral properties of turbulence and the structure of the atmospheric boundary layer.

Advances in Turbulence, Proc. Third European Turbulence Conference, Stockholm 3-6 July 1990, A V Johansson and P H Alfredsson (eds.), 351-358, Springer-Verlag.

 

[23] S D Mobbs and J M Rees (1989).

Cross-spectral properties of large eddies in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

Advances in Turbulence, Proc. Second European Turbulence Conference, Kiel, Germany 1989, H H Fernholtz and H E Fiedler (eds.), 180-185, Springer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publications as Editor

[22] C. Yague, E. Sanchez and J. M. Rees (2007)

The Prologue.

Fisica de la Tierra, 19, 7-9.

ISSN 0214-4557

 

[21] J M Rees and W Blumen (2001)

Editorial - Mixing in geophysical and astrophysical flows

Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 34, 79.

 

Royal Meteorological Society's quarterly publication Society News.

I was Editor of the following editions:

[20] Vol. 10, No. 3, October 1999, 1-4.

[19] Vol. 11, No. 1, February 2000, 1-4.

[18] Vol. 11, No. 2, May 2000, 1-4.

[17] Vol. 11, No. 3, October 2000, 1-6.

[16] Vol. 12, No. 1, February 2001, 1-4.

[15] Vol. 12, No. 2, June 2001, 1-4.

[14] Weather, 59, p.2 (2005).

 

 

Other Publications

 

[13] J M Rees, C R Wilford, R J Moffett, Z C Dent, I R Mann and D K Milling (2001)

Wavelet analysis of magnetometer data – preliminary results.

ESA SP, 492, 151-156.

 

[12] J M Rees (2000)

Third ERCOFTAC conference on mixing in geophysical and astrophysical flows.

ERCOFTAC Bulletin, 45, 11-12.

 

[11] R J Atkin, J M Rees, W J Stratford and W B J Zimmerman (1999).

Vector Analysis.

Applied Mathematics Department Report No. TR/01/99.

 

[10] J M Rees (1998)

Internal gravity waves in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Applied Mathematics Department Report No. TR/01/98.

 

[9] J M Rees, I McConnell, J C King and P S Anderson (1993).

Studies of internal gravity waves over the Brunt Ice Shelf using a sensitive microbarograph array.

Preprints volume, Fourth International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, Hobart, Tasmania, 473-474.

 

[8] P S Anderson, S E Dover, S D Mobbs, J C King and J M Rees (1993).

Studies of blowing snow at Halley, Antarctica.

Preprints volume, Fourth International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, Hobart, Tasmania, 444-445.

 

[7] J M Rees and I McConnell (1991).

On solitary disturbances in the stably stratified Antarctic boundary layer.

Proceedings of Eighth Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Waves and Stability, Denver, 346-349.

 

[6] I McConnell, J M Rees, J C King and P S Anderson (1991).

Observations of internal gravity waves in the Antarctic boundary layer using a

microbarograph array.

Proceedings of Eighth Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Waves and Stability, Denver, 332-335.

 

[5] J M Rees (1991).

Observations of waves and turbulence in the stable atmospheric boundary layer.

Proceedings of Eighth Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Waves and Stability Denver, 342-345.

 

 

 

Published Abstracts

 

[4] H C H Bandulasena, W B Zimmerman and J M Rees (2006)

Microfluidic inference of rheology of complex fluids.

Proc. Of Microfluidic Inference of Micro and Nanoscale Flows: Advancing the Engineering Science and Design. Glasgow 2006.

 

[3] G Khomenko and J M Rees (1994)

Large-scale vortices in rotating turbulent boundary layers.

Annales Geophysicae, Supplement II to Volume 12. C505.

 

[2] J M Rees and J C King (1987)

Observations of internal gravity waves at Halley, Antarctica.

XII meeting of the European Geophysical Society, Strasbourg, France. Symposium on Modelling of

Internal Gravity Waves and their Influence in the Lower Atmosphere.

 

[1] J M Rees (1986)

The influence of large eddies in the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer.

XI meeting of the European Geophysical Society, Kiel, West Germany. Symposium on Planetary Boundary

Layer and Air Pollution Dispersion. Terra Cognita, 6(3), p362.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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