Abstract

The structure of the atmospheric boundary layer (Ekman layer) was examined using direct numerical simulations. The influence of the resulting turbulent structures, velocity, humidity, and temperature fields on the induced index of refraction are explored. Comments and questions should be directed to the OSA Conference Papers staff (tel: +1 202.416.6191, e-mail: cstech@osa.org).

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