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

values are averaged over 30 min, and each unit provides average vertical profiles that are freely available in real time on the IAPh ( http://devio.us/~roux/IFA/ ) and Zvenigorod ( http://devio.us/~roux/ZVE/ ) Internet sites. Fig . 1. Locations of the Mosecomonitoring stations. The external ring of roads is the Moscow administrative boundary. Red circles mark stations. Only the numbered stations were used in the current research. See appendix A for further description of the stations. The circle

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Qing Yang, Larry K. Berg, Mikhail Pekour, Jerome D. Fast, Rob K. Newsom, Mark Stoelinga, and Catherine Finley

longwave radiation ( Mlawer et al. 1997 ). For the current version of WRF, the surface-layer options generally are tied to particular boundary layer schemes. The MYJ and UW PBL schemes were run with the Eta Model ( Janjić 1996 , 2002 ) surface-layer scheme, and the YSU scheme was run with the fifth-generation Pennsylvania State University–National Center for Atmospheric Research Mesoscale Model (MM5) similarity-theory surface-layer scheme ( Skamarock et al. 2008 ). Three sets of simulations, denoted

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