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Key Ingredients
Stable Layer Formation
Surface Heat Exchange
Snow and Frozen Ground
Radiative Cooling
Fog Layer Formation
Heat Flux from the Surface
Surface Variations
Balance Between Opposing Forces
Fogtop Radiative Cooling
Fogtop Mixing
Condensation Nuclei Concentrations
Introduction of Overlying Cloud Layers
Surface Heat Conductivity
Duration of the Dissipation Phase
Radiative Heating Near the Surface
Radiative Heating Within the Fog Layer
Droplet Settling
Fogtop Turbulent Mixing
Changes in the Winds
Overlying Cloud Layers at Night
Surface Observation Patterns
Example of Fog Dissipation
Observing Fog in Visible Imagery
Observing Fog at Night
Observing Urban-Rural Differences
Satellite Analysis Exercise
Example Fog Event
Soil Moisture
Cloud Condensation Nuclei
Forecasting Fog Dissipation
Surface Analysis
Conditions Aloft
Diurnal Variation
Formation and Growth
Detecting Fog
Forecasting Fog
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