Articles | Volume 20
28 Sep 2023
 | 28 Sep 2023

Internal boundary layer characteristics at the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast

Damyan Barantiev and Ekaterina Batchvarova

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The importance of the ABL studies is essential because we live and work in it. The presented study is based on long-term acoustic soundings data for the coastal atmosphere. Such data is of great importance for the study and the theoretical description of the atmospheric processes in similar complex terrain regions and can be used for validation of different NWP and prognostic air pollution models. Such data is critically needed for the development of improved ABL parametrization schemes.