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A global primitive-equation model of the atmosphere is used to study the relationship between the temporal variations of the zonal mean zonal flow and baroclinic eddies. Nonperiodic low-frequency vacillation of the mean zonal flow is found in longtime integrations of the model under a perpetual...
Empirical orthogonal function (EOF) analyses are performed of time–height series of zonal and meridional winds and of cumulonimbus heating and drying in the Tropics. The data are from a rawinsonde array in the western Pacific located between the equator and 10°S during the intensive...
While approximate cyclostationary processes are commonly found in climatic and geophysical studies, one great disincentive for using cyclostationary empirical orthogonal functions is their computational burden. This is especially so for the three-dimensional, space–time case. This paper...
Nonsupercell tornadogenesis along a weak outflow boundary has been simulated using a three-dimensional moist convective cloud model. Thermodynamic conditions similar to those observed for nonsupercell tornado (NST) events of the High Plains were utilized in the model initialization. As the...
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