Discussion about Skin temperature in water body

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Discussion about Skin temperature in water body

Postby jordi » Thu Feb 11, 2021 5:27 am

Hello everyone

I have some lakes which I transform into water body (I just put the wholel lakemask to 0, and change these points in LU_INDEX to 16 (water body)), I checked the table parameters and looks nice
Link the image ( https://ibb.co/SJ4XG4n ).

After running for 2 days with the timestep of 10seconds (actually model blow up with this time, I need 5 seconds but doesn't matter) and a Dx of 1km, I look the SKIN TEMPERATURE (SKT), and doesn't look bad, but not what I expected.
https://gph.is/g/Z8oM6N0
In this gif you can see the Berre lagoon, in France, in a piece of my domain, the bottom contour is SKT, the middle one is the water body in red, (the bottom part of this domain is the sea)
The top image is the variation coefficient of the temperature in time over a single line horizontal, corresponds with the arrow (Coef. Var), where the blue cross is the water body, is look that water is changing more over time than land.
The second plot is the evolution of the temperature over timesteps in a single point of land and a single point of water.
It also shows that water changes more than land.
And my final image is an autocorrelation,
https://ibb.co/12dRYm6
Again I see that land points change the temperature more than water.

I'm not sure if is the correct behaviour, I guess that as we see in the first image, the thermal inertia of water is higher so it should have a lower variation than the land.

Does anyone know the reason? if is some problem of my set up, or maybe this is what should be and is fine.

I would really appreciate your help


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Re: Discussion about Skin temperature in water body

Postby StephenDenzel » Tue Mar 02, 2021 4:09 pm

An interesting experiment! I wish I knew the answer to your questions.
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