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The Monin–Obukhov similarity theory (MOST) is the foundation for understanding the atmospheric surface layer. It hypothesizes that nondimensional .An analysis in a plane of the stability parameters ζ = z/L (where z is a height above the ground surface and L is the Obukhov length) and bulk Richardson .Implications of Nonlocal Transport and Conditionally Averaged Statistics on Monin–Obukhov Similarity Theory and Townsend's Attached Eddy Hypothesis.The Obukhov length is used to describe the effects of buoyancy on turbulent flows, particularly in the lower tenth of the atmospheric boundary layer. It was first .Monin–Obukhov (M–O) similarity theory describes non-dimensionalized mean flow and mean Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 28 (2): 181–189.

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