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Sea-breeze scaling from numerical model simulations, Part I: Pure sea breezes

Bibliographic reference Porson, Aurore ; Steyn, Douw G. ; Schayes, Guy. Sea-breeze scaling from numerical model simulations, Part I: Pure sea breezes. In: Boundary-Layer Meteorology : an international journal of physical and biological processes in the atmospheric boundary layer, Vol. 122, no. 1, p. 17-29 (2007)
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