Lecture on Atmospheric Turbulence

Major objective of this lecture is to present on Atmospheric Turbulence. The atmosphere is an inhomegeneous medium with varying index of refraction in both time and space. Turbulence is important because it mixes and churns the atmosphere and causes water vapour, smoke, and other substances, as well as energy, to become distributed both vertically and horizontally. Here briefly focus on thermal gradients; humidity gradients and bulk wind shear.