Senior research, air quality unit
Atmospheric Composition Unit
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Dr. Curtis Wood is currently working as a Senior research, air quality unit in the Department of Atmospheric Composition Unit, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Atmospheric Composition Research, P.O.Box 503 FIN-00101 Helsinki , Finland. His research interests includes Turbulence and boundary-layer structure, environmental and atmospheric physics observations, Urban climate observations. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Curtis Wood is the member of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Turbulence and boundary-layer structure, environmental and atmospheric physics observations, Urban climate observations.
Turbulence and boundary-layer structure (e.g. data analysis for fluxes of heat, moisture, tracers and momentum; boundary-layer height / mixing height); General environmental and atmospheric physics observations (e.g. measurements with eddy-covariance, lidar, scintillometer, sodar, etc) Urban dispersion (mostly field campaigns, but also modelling)
Wood CR, Kouznetsov RD, Gierens R, Nordbo A, Järvi L, Kallistratova MA, and Kukkonen J (2013) On the temperature structure parameter and sensible heat flux over Helsinki from sonic anemometry and scintillometry. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology.
Barlow JF, Halios C, Lane SE, Wood CR (2014) Observations of urban boundary layer structure during a strong urban heat island event. Environ Fluid Mech, 10.1007/s10652-014-9335-6.
van Dinther D, Wood CR, Hartogensis OK, Nordbo A, and O'Connor EJ "Observing crosswind over urban terrain using scintillometer and Doppler lidar" (2015) Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8: 1901-1911.