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The Venus 4-day circulation, with wind speeds 60 times greater than the surface rotation, is located at the top of the cloud layer (65–70 km) in the middle atmosphere of the planet. This dramatic phenomenon is related to the combination of two processes, the meridional circulation induced by...
This is the second of two papers analyzing the internal liquid water content (LWC) structure of marine stratocumulus (Sc) based on observations taken during the First ICCP (International Commission on Cloud Physics) Regional Experiment (FIRE) 1987 and Atlantic Stratocumulus Transition Experiment...
Systematically recurrent, geographically fixed weather regimes forced by a single isolated mountain in a two-layer, high-resolution, quasigeostrophic model modified for the sphere are found to be robust phenomena. While the climatological stationary wave is often confined to (or has maximum...
The global and zonal atmospheric angular momentum (AAM) budget is computed from seven years of National Centers for Environmental Prediction data and a composite budget of intraseasonal (30–70 day) variations during northern winter is constructed. Regressions on the global AAM tendency are used...
Pronounced seasonal variations in the surface pressure field are present over the Antarctic continent. Surface pressures over the ice sheet decrease during the austral autumn period January–April and increase during the austral springtime months September–December. The largest changes are...
The relative effects of dynamics and surface thermal interactions in determining the heat flux and temperature fluctuations within the lower-tropospheric portion of the Pacific storm track are quantified using the probability distribution functions (PDFs) of the temperature fluctuations and heat...
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