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B12.5 B13.1: EFFECT OF THE DIURNAL VARIATION OF THE CONVECTIVE BOUNDARY LAYER HEIGHT OVER METRO MANILA

Air pollutants are dispersed throughout a very thin layer of the atmosphere called the boundary layer (BL), and concentrations would be influenced by the thickness of the BL. A monostatic, biaxial, vertically pointing Mie Scattering 532 nm Nd:YAG lidar ws used to the development of the daytime BL over Metro Manila in May 1999. The data profiles were background-subtracted, energy-normalized, and range-corrected; 20,000 profiles were arranged in arrays in time sequential order.

Ateneo Center for Social Policy and Public Affairs
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Villarin, Jose T.; environmental protection; research and development (R&D);
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