TD‑9689 Format ‑‑ The format available from NCDC for mixing heights estimated from morning upper air temperature and pressure data and hourly surface observations of temperature.
UNAMAP ‑‑ User's Network for Applied Modeling of Air Pollution, a collection of dispersion models and closely related support utilities, used for disseminating models prior to the SCRAM BBS.
Unformatted File ‑‑ A file written without the use of a FORTRAN FORMAT statement, sometimes referred to as a binary file.
Upper Air Data (or soundings) ‑‑ Meteorological data obtained from balloon‑ borne instrumentation that provides information on pressure, temperature, humidity, and wind away from the surface of the earth.
Vertical Potential Temperature Gradient ‑‑ The change of potential temperature with height, used in modeling the plume rise through a stable layer, and indicates the strength of the stable temperature inversion. A positive value means that potential temperature increases with height above ground and indicates a stable atmosphere.
Warning Message ‑‑ A message written by the model to the error/message file whenever a problem arises that may reflect an erroneous condition, but does not inhibit further processing.
Wind Profile Exponent ‑‑ The value of the exponent used to specify the profile of wind speed with height according to the power law (see Section 1.1.3 of Volume II).
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