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1994). The method accomplishes this by assimilating satellite-observed surface temperature rates of change into boundary-layer models in a thermodynamically consistent manner. It requires the use of GOES infrared images, land surface temperatures (LSTs), surface albedo, and insolation over the time period of interest. It adjusts the model's bulk moisture availability so that the model's rate of change of LST agrees more closely with that derived from satellite observations. , 1984; Carlson 1986).
2). In Fig. 3, the 03 concentrations monitored during the second day of the air pollution episodc in Athens (8 July (994) is shown. As it is seen, the plume travels within the marine boundary layer for several hundreds of kilometers keeping most of its characteristics. , 1996a,b. More characteristic is the event of 3-5 July 1995 where the plume of Athens was tracked for three days. As it is seen in Figs 4, consequent 0 3 maxima were detected all the way from the Saronic Gulf to the area approximately 250 km SE of Crete within a period of approximately three days.