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Sergej Zilitinkevich
Sergej Zilitinkevich
Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Province of Southern Finland, Finland
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Enhanced haze pollution by black carbon in megacities in China
AJ Ding, X Huang, W Nie, JN Sun, VM Kerminen, T Petäjä, H Su, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (6), 2873-2879, 2016
5952016
On the determination of the height of the Ekman boundary layer
SS Zilitinkevich
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 3, 141-145, 1972
4331972
Enhanced air pollution via aerosol-boundary layer feedback in China
T Petäjä, L Järvi, VM Kerminen, AJ Ding, JN Sun, W Nie, J Kujansuu, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 18998, 2016
3402016
Non-local turbulent transport: Pollution dispersion aspects of coherent structure of connective flows
S Zilitinkevich
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 9, 53-60, 1970
2761970
Diurnal asymmetry to the observed global warming
R Davy, I Esau, A Chernokulsky, S Outten, S Zilitinkevich
International Journal of Climatology 37 (1), 79-93, 2017
2692017
The dynamics of the atmospheric boundary layer
SS Zilitinkevich
National Lending Library for Science and Technology, 1972
2671972
Energy-and flux-budget (EFB) turbulence closure model for stably stratified flows. Part I: Steady-state, homogeneous regimes
SS Zilitinkevich, T Elperin, N Kleeorin, I Rogachevskii
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 125 (2), 167-191, 2007
2512007
Calculation of the height of the stable boundary layer in practical applications
S Zilitinkevich, A Baklanov
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 105, 389-409, 2002
2482002
Turbulence energetics in stably stratified geophysical flows: Strong and weak mixing regimes
SS Zilitinkevich, T Elperin, N Kleeorin, I Rogachevskii, I Esau, T Mauritsen, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2008
2152008
A hierarchy of energy-and flux-budget (EFB) turbulence closure models for stably-stratified geophysical flows
SS Zilitinkevich, T Elperin, N Kleeorin, I Rogachevskii, I Esau
Boundary-layer meteorology 146 (3), 341-373, 2013
2042013
The nature, theory, and modeling of atmospheric planetary boundary layers
AA Baklanov, B Grisogono, R Bornstein, L Mahrt, SS Zilitinkevich, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92 (2), 123-128, 2011
1752011
A multi-limit formulation for the equilibrium depth of a stably stratified boundary layer. Max-Plank-Institut for Meteorology
S Zilitinkevich, DV Moronov
Report, 1996
174*1996
A total turbulent energy closure model for neutrally and stably stratified atmospheric boundary layers
T Mauritsen, G Svensson, SS Zilitinkevich, I Esau, L Enger, B Grisogono
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 64 (11), 4113-4126, 2007
1692007
On the turbulent energy transport in accretion discs
NI Shakura, RA Sunyaev, SS Zilitinkevich
Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 62, no. 1-2, Jan. 1978, p. 179-187. 62, 179-187, 1978
1681978
Resistance and heat‐transfer laws for stable and neutral planetary boundary layers: Old theory advanced and re‐evaluated
SS Zilitinkevich, IN Esau
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2005
1672005
Comments on “A model for the dynamics of the inversion above a convective boundary layer”
SS Zilitinkevich
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 32 (5), 991-992, 1975
1641975
Velocity profiles, the resistance law and the dissipation rate of mean flow kinetic energy in a neutrally and stably stratified planetary boundary layer
SS Zilitinkevich
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 46 (4), 367-387, 1989
1531989
Resistance laws and prediction equations for the depth of the planetary boundary layer
SS Zilitinkevich
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 32 (4), 741-752, 1975
1521975
An extended similarity theory for the stably stratified atmospheric surface layer
S Zilitinkevich, P Calanca
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 126 (566), 1913-1923, 2000
1512000
Turbulent Penetrative Convection, 179 pp
SS Zilitinkevich
Avebury Technical, Aldershot, England, 1991
150*1991
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