Boundary-Layer Meteorology

eISSN: 1573-1472pISSN: 0006-8314

Key Metrics

CiteScore
6
H-Index
99
SNIP
1

Topics Covered

Large eddy simulation
Wind speed
Boundary layer
Land use
Spatial dependence
Infrared
Simulation
Surface layer
Nocturnal boundary layer
Heat flux
Flow statistics
Turbulence statistics
Street canyon
Stratified flow
Sensible heat
Evapotranspiration
Probability density function
Energy flux
Computer simulation
Wind field

Journal Specifications

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Overview
  • Publisher
    Springer Nature
  • Language
    Multi-Language
  • Frequency
    Monthly
  • Article Processing Charges
    USD 3280
General Details
  • Language
    Multi-Language
  • Frequency
    Monthly
  • Publication Start Year
    1970
  • Publisher URL
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How long has Boundary-Layer Meteorology been actively publishing? Faqs

Boundary-Layer Meteorology has been in operation since 1970 till date.

What is the publishing frequency of Boundary-Layer Meteorology? Faqs

Boundary-Layer Meteorology published with a Monthly frequency.

How many articles did Boundary-Layer Meteorology publish last year? Faqs

In 2022, Boundary-Layer Meteorology publsihed 72 articles.

What is the eISSN & pISSN for Boundary-Layer Meteorology? Faqs

For Boundary-Layer Meteorology, eISSN is 1573-1472 and pISSN is 0006-8314.

What is Citescore for Boundary-Layer Meteorology? Faqs

Citescore for Boundary-Layer Meteorology is 6.

What is the H Index for Boundary-Layer Meteorology ? Faqs

H Index for Boundary-Layer Meteorology is 99.

What is SNIP score for Boundary-Layer Meteorology? Faqs

SNIP score for Boundary-Layer Meteorology is 1.

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Springer Nature is the publisher of Boundary-Layer Meteorology.