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According to Part I of this paper, it seems that ignoring the contribution from descendent cloud air in a cloud model for cumulus parameterization (CMCP), such as the spectral cumulus ensemble model in the Arakawa–Schubert parameterization, is an acceptable simplification for tropical deep...
Solutions are obtained for convective regions in a continuously stratified, linearized primitive equation model using a smoothly posed moist convective adjustment parameterization of cumulus convection. In the approximation in which the convective adjustment time is fast compared to other...
A linear σ -coordinate model is used in conjunction with a Mars GCM northern hemisphere winter zonal mean circulation to study the orographically forced stationary disturbances on Mars. The disturbances are compared to their counterparts on Earth and to the bright streak data from the Mariner 9...
Parameterization of cumulus convection requires a model that describes the statistical properties of a cumulus ensemble under given large-scale conditions. Such a model is called a cloud model for cumulus parameterization (CMCP). It would be best if the development of a CMCP were guided by...
This paper discusses a simulation obtained with the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory “SKYHI” troposphere–stratosphere–mesosphere general circulation model run at very high horizontal resolution (∼60-km grid spacing) and without any parameterization of subgrid-scale gravity wave...
A transformed Eulerian mean residual circulation for the middle atmosphere is calculated from daily Limb Infrared Monitor of the Stratosphere data for the period 15 January 1979 to 10 February 1979. When compared to time-averaged results, the daily calculated circulations are shown to reproduce...
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