Ganeshan and Yang  use unique dropsonde measurements from a field campaign to reveal the structure of atmospheric boundary layer over the entire Antarctic. The authors found four types of atmospheric boundary layers: stable with temperature inversion, stable without temperature inversion, well-mixed neutral, and convective. They showed that a significant percentage of boundary layers are well mixed, especially over the west Antarctic where one third of the boundary layers are well mixed. Such information was not available before.
Citation: Ganeshan, M., & Yang, Y. . A regional analysis of factors affecting the Antarctic boundary layer during the Concordiasi campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JD028629
—Minghua Zhang, Editor-in-Chief, JGR: Atmospheres