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S.-E. Gryning, E. Batchvarova, and R. Floors

using long-term observations . Renewable Energy , 20 ( 2 ), 145 – 153 . Nakanishi , M. , 2001 : Improvement of the Mellor–Yamada turbulence closure model based on large-eddy simulation data . Bound.-Layer Meteor. , 99 , 349 – 378 . O’Connor , E. J. , A. J. Illingworth , I. M. Brooks , C. D. Westbrook , R. J. Hogan , F. Davies , and B. J. Brooks , 2010 : A method for estimating the turbulent kinetic energy dissipation rate from a vertically pointing Doppler lidar, and

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Valery F. Kramar, Evgeniya Baykova, Margarita Kallistratova, Rostislav Kouznetsov, and Sergei Kulichkov

in the ABL ( Kallistratova 1994 ; Emeis et al. 2007 ). Sodar-derived vertical velocities also provide a measure of convection intensity. For urban measurements, sodar has advantages over radar and lidar wind profilers. Unlike radar, it is not necessary to allocate an electromagnetic band for sodar, and relative to low-power lidar a sodar has a greater height range (higher-power lidar has greater range but requires further governmental approval). Moreover, the cost of a sodar unit is typically

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