ECHANGES DANS LA COUCHE LIMITE ET LA BASSE TROPOSPHERE
ET CONSEQUENCES SUR LA POLLUTION
DANS LA REGION DE FOS-BERRE-MARSEILLE (EXPERIENCE ESCOMPTE).

Abstract : The aim of this study is to analyse the vertical structure of the low troposphere during the ESCOMPTE campaign in relation with transport and diffusion of pollutants. This analysis shows the difficulty to define a boundary layer. It allows us to highlight a complexe superposition of several internal boundary layers, particularly near the coast. The study of the layer where pollution may be accumulated or diluted pointed out the fact that pollution is trapped near the surface, close to the coastline under sea-breeze conditions whereas it is advected over the mountains where the boundary layers are deeper. During sea-breeze conditions, the ozone concentration is paradoxically weak near the sources at the coastline (titration). Over the mountains, the strong developments of the boundary layers result in a mixing between the highly polluted low troposphere and the surface which enhances the ozone concentration.
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Ocean, Atmosphere. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2006. French


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Clotilde Moppert. ECHANGES DANS LA COUCHE LIMITE ET LA BASSE TROPOSPHERE
ET CONSEQUENCES SUR LA POLLUTION
DANS LA REGION DE FOS-BERRE-MARSEILLE (EXPERIENCE ESCOMPTE).. Ocean, Atmosphere. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2006. French. <tel-00081960>

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