Atmospheric conditions change throughout the day, from turbulence to convective conditions depending on solar
irradiation and soil temperature. It is a necessity for optical telecommunications technologies to study propagation of
partially coherent beams under convective atmospheric conditions because these are predominant during daytime in
tropical regions. In this work, a theoretical and experimental study of the propagation of partially coherent J0 Bessel
beams trough a convective medium is presented. Experimental results show that phase singularities are preserved.