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Since the well-defined convergent and divergent zones do not always occur as pairs, the sketch in Figure 7 suggests only a plausible structure not necessarily describing any given sample. The sketch in Figure 7 recognizes the significant rising motion and horizontal temperature gradient in the divergent zones and the greater frequency of strong horizontal velocity gradients in the convergence zones. Apparently ejection of cold air from the surface inversion layer is responsible for the overall large fluxes in the divergent zone.

2 3 4 5 6 flight leg Fig. 3. The percentage of variance explained by the first two eigenvectors for the six Hight legs, from about 35 to 50% (Figure 3), while the second eigenvector typically accounts for 20 to 25% of the variance. Vertical motion is generally the dominant variable in EV #2 (Figure 2b), probably representing shear-driven overturning. One does not expect the leading eigenvector to explain a majority of the variance, because turbulence by definition contains a variety of modes observed in different phases.

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