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Using the NASA/GEOS reanalysis data for 1980–95, the austral-summer stationary eddies in the tropical–subtropical Southern Hemisphere are examined in two wave regimes: long and short wave (wave 1 and waves 2–6, respectively). The basic structure of the Bolivian high–Nordeste low (BH–NL)...
Turbulent flux measurements from five flights of the National Center for Atmospheric Research Electra aircraft during the Tropical Oceans and Global Atmosphere Coupled Ocean–Atmosphere Response Experiment (TOGA COARE) are used to test convective transport theory (CTT) for a marine boundary...
Near-surface wind spectra are considered from three very different data sources, covering a range of spatial scales from 10 0 to 10 3 km. The data were observed during the Tropical Ocean Global Atmosphere Coupled Ocean–Atmosphere Response Experiment intensive observation period spanning...
A model system is established that includes three interactive components: a dynamics model, a turbulence model, and a chemistry model. The dynamics model solves the two-dimensional, nonlinear, nonhydrostatic, compressible, and viscous flow equations, and the turbulence model is adapted from the...
Large eddy simulations use a subgrid model, which is characterized by a length scale that is often related to the scale of the computational mesh by a numerical constant, C s . Mason and Callen argued that this subgrid model and its length scale define and impose the filter operation of the...
The precipitation and structure of a hail-producing region embedded within a severe squall line are investigated by combining data simultaneously measured by vertically pointing and volume-scanning Doppler radar. These data are complemented by surface measurements made, at the location of the...
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