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Tack, A., et al. Morphological database of Paris for atmospheric modeling purposes. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 5, (2012).
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Zilitinkevich, S., et al. The nature and the role of semi-organised structures in the atmospheric convective boundary layers. Abstracts: 4th Annual Meeting of the European Meteorological Society, Nice, France, 26-30 September 2004 (2004).
Esau, I. Non-local effects of large eddies in surface layer. Computational Technology (Russian) 9, 71-85 (2004).
Zilitinkevich, S., Baklanov, A., Esau, I. & Petrosyan, A. Non-local features of the atmospheric long-lived stable boundary layers. 4th Annual Meeting of the European Meteorological Society, Nice, France, 26-30 September 2004 (2004).
Shokurov, M.V., Artamonov, S.Y. & Esau, I. Numerical atmospheric modeling in Kaceveli area for field experiment planning and interpretation. Ecological safety of the coastal and shelf zones and exploatation of the shelf resources 21, 239-251 (2011).
Esau, I. Numerical experiments with assimilation of the mean and unresolved meteorological conditions into large-eddy simulation model. MEGAPOLI "Emissions, urban, regional and Global Atmospheric POLlution and climate effects, and Integrated tools for assessment and mitigation" project (2010).at <http://arxiv.org/abs/1002.1632> Abstract
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Esau, I. Planetary Boundary Layer Feedback and Its Role in Climate Change. 16B.3, /18th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence/, American Geophysical Society, 9-13 June, Stockholm, Sweden (2008).
Esau, I. Planetary boundary layer feedback on the climate sensitivity: Estimations derived from large-eddy simulations. EGU General Assembly, 13-18 April, Vienna, Austria, /Geophysical Research Abstracts/, *10*, EGU2008-A-01467 (2008).
Esau, I. The planetary boundary layer feedbacks in polar latitudes. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate (2010).at <http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html>
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