Dr. John D. Wilson
- Professor of Micrometeorology, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
- Editorial boards of Boundary-Layer Meteorology (1986-2005), Agricultural & Forest Meteorology (1995-2014)
- Patterson Medal (2012) of Canadian Meteorological Service for Distinguished Service to Meteorology
- Email contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
- B.Sc. Hons. (1st Class) Physics, Canterbury (New Zealand), 1974
- M.Sc. (Meteorology), Alberta, 1976
- Ph.D. (Micrometeorology), Guelph, 1980
Lagrangian stochastic (LS) model of turbulent wind-paths (pollen, aerial spray, pollutants, etc).
Disturbed windflows (windbreaks, hills, forest clearcuts).
"Inverse dispersion" approach for determining ground-atmosphere emission rate
Expanded Research Information
- Micrometeorology (General Introduction)
- Current or Recent Work
- Samples of Some Older Work
- Contributions to Meteorology on the Larger Scales
- Representing Drag on Unresolved Terrain
- An Idealized Mean Wind Profile for Models of the Lower Atmosphere
List of PUBLICATIONS (last updated 23 July, 2015)
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