About Atmospheric Flow Research
The atmospheric boundary layer, referring to the lowermost section of the Earth’s atmosphere, is largely influenced by its interactions with earth’s surface. SAFL researchers use laboratory experiments, field campaigns, numerical simulations, and innovative imaging techniques to investigate a wide-range of near-surface processes, including wall turbulence, thermal stability, and applications involving complex terrains.
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