NBL

(redirected from Nocturnal Boundary Layer)
AcronymDefinition
NBLNational Basketball League (Australia)
NBLNuestra Belleza Latina (beauty pagent)
NBLNational Bicycle League
NBLNo Block Length
NBLNeutral Buoyancy Laboratory
NBLNocturnal Boundary Layer (meteorology)
NBLNational Blackbelt League (martial arts)
NBLNew Brunswick Laboratory
NBLNeuroblastoma
NBLNetwork-Based Learning
NBLNational Baseball League
NBLNatural Born Leader
NBLNot Bloody Likely
NBLNothing But Love
NBLNational Bank Limited (Bank; Bangladesh)
NBLNational Benefit Life (insurance)
NBLNext Big Language (computer programming)
NBLNegro Baseball League
NBLNational Business League
NBLNew Brunswick Library (Rutgers University; New Jersey)
NBLNandan Biomatrix Limited (Hyderabad, India)
NBLNaval Biological Laboratory
NBLNandan Biomatrix Ltd (Pakistan)
NBLNever Been Laid
NBLNon Battle Loss
NBLNon-Bank Lenders (syndicated loans)
NBLNippon Business Lease (Nippon, Japan)
NBLNumber of Bit Line Failures
NBLNebraska Bird Lady
NBLNorth Bay Library (Santa Rosa, CA)
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Knupp, 2011: Radiometer and profiler analysis of the effects of a bore and a solitary wave on the stability of the nocturnal boundary layer. Mon.
Holtslag et al., "Response and sensitivity of the nocturnal boundary layer over land to added longwave radiative forcing," Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.
At night it is often cooled and forms a stable layer known as Stable Boundary Layer (SBL) or, also, Nocturnal Boundary Layer (NBL) (Stull, 1988).
Mahrt, "Weak-wind mesoscale meandering in the nocturnal boundary layer," Environmental Fluid Mechanics, vol.
At mid-latitudes the SBL tends to be short lived due to the effects of diurnal variations, thus in order to study the well-developed SBL free from the complicating effects of diurnal variations, several observational campaigns have been run in polar regions where the nocturnal boundary layer may persist over much longer periods during the months of winter darkness.
At 300 m, the tower extended above the nocturnal boundary layer and was able to track the evolution of the daytime convective boundary layer until late morning on most days.
The stable boundary layer is formed when the surface is cooler than the air (Stull, 1988), and this is often produced at night over land, which is also known as the nocturnal boundary layer (NBL).
5) two nocturnal boundary layer regimes, a weakly stable one in the first part of the nighttime and a very stable one in the second part, as well as the transitions between them; and
The nocturnal boundary layer (NBL) showed stable stratification for most of the nights during SABLES2006, with a level of stability ranging from near-neutral to strong stratification.
A new parameterization of eddy diffusivities for nocturnal boundary layer modeling.
Pardyjak, 2002: Observations of flow and turbulence in the nocturnal boundary layer over a slope.