Vol. 13, issue 02, article # 8

pdf Gorchakov G. I., Koprov B. M., Shukurov K. A. Study of submicron aerosol uplift from the underlying surface. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2000. V. 13. No. 02. P. 150-153.
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Synchronous measurements of fluctuating meteorological parameters and the submicron aerosol number concentration, made near the Aral Sea, are analyzed. It is shown that aerosol uplift from the surface in the form of "spikes" is associated with wind squalls, or with periods of air temperature rises in the atmospheric boundary layer. We have analyzed power spectra of fluctuations of the aerosol concentration, air temperature, and longitudinal component of the wind velocity.