Skin2Bulk: Investigating the surface boundary layer

The project in a nutshell

Infrared satellite provide information of the temperature at the surface over the first micrometers in a layer called “skin layer”. This temperature slightly differ from what is observed by in-situ sensors in the top layer (a few cm below the surface) called “bulk layer”. The aim of this project is to measure both skin and bulk temperature over a long period with radiometers and a thermistor chain and finally provide a robust lake-base parameterization of the skin to bulk conversion.

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