Peter G. Duynkerke mainly investigates Meteorology, Boundary layer, Environmental science, Convection and Large eddy simulation. His primary area of study in Meteorology is in the field of Turbulence. His work in Turbulence addresses subjects such as Radiative cooling, which are connected to disciplines such as Longwave.
His Boundary layer study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Atmospheric sciences. His Environmental science study spans across into areas like Cloud cover and Planetary boundary layer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer simulation and Convective Boundary Layer in addition to Large eddy simulation.
Peter G. Duynkerke mostly deals with Meteorology, Boundary layer, Atmospheric sciences, Planetary boundary layer and Environmental science. His Mixed layer and Inversion study in the realm of Meteorology interacts with subjects such as Microphysics and Optical depth. His studies in Boundary layer integrate themes in fields like Turbulence, Katabatic wind and Convection.
His work on Turbulence kinetic energy as part of general Turbulence study is frequently linked to Chemical species, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study deals with issues like Wind speed, which deal with fields such as Water vapor and Visibility. The concepts of his Planetary boundary layer study are interwoven with issues in Heat transfer and Mass flux.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental science, Boundary layer, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences and Planetary boundary layer. His study in Boundary layer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Large eddy simulation, Climatology and Convection. His work in Large eddy simulation tackles topics such as Computer simulation which are related to areas like Atmospheric convection, Climate model and Cumulus convection.
In the field of Meteorology, his study on Atmospheric models overlaps with subjects such as Microphysics. His Planetary boundary layer study is associated with Turbulence. In his research on the topic of Convective Boundary Layer, Length scale is strongly related with Mesoscale meteorology.
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A Large Eddy Simulation Intercomparison Study of Shallow Cumulus Convection
A. Pier Siebesma;Christopher S. Bretherton;Andrew Brown;Andreas Chlond.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2003)
Large‐eddy simulation of the diurnal cycle of shallow cumulus convection over land
A. R. Brown;R. T. Cederwall;A. Chlond;P. G. Duynkerke.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2002)
Simulations of Trade Wind Cumuli under a Strong Inversion
Bjorn Stevens;Andrew S. Ackerman;Bruce A. Albrecht;Andrew R. Brown.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2001)
Radiation Fog: A Comparison of Model Simulation with Detailed Observations
Peter G. Duynkerke.
Monthly Weather Review (1991)
Large Eddy Simulation of Trade Wind Cumulus Clouds.
J. W. M. Cuijpers;P. G. Duynkerke.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1993)
Confronting Models with Data: The Gewex Cloud Systems Study
David Randall;Steven Krueger;Christopher Bretherton;Judith Curry.
Turbulence, Radiation and fog in Dutch Stable Boundary Layers
Peter G. Duynkerke.
Boundary-Layer Meteorology (1999)
Large-Eddy Simulation: How Large is Large Enough?
Stephan R. de Roode;Peter G. Duynkerke;Harm J. J. Jonker.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2004)
Observed Lagrangian transition of stratocumulus into cumulus during ASTEX : Mean state and turbulence structure
Stephan R. De Roode;Peter G. Duynkerke.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1997)
Entrainment Parameterization in Convective Boundary Layers
Margreet C. vanZanten;Peter G. Duynkerke;Joannes W. M. Cuijpers.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1999)
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