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A mesoscale atmospheric model is used to address the characteristics of stratified flow bounded by a side wall along a varying coastline. Initial Froude number values are varied through alteration of marine inversion strength, permitting examination of supercritical, subcritical, and...
Coriolis terms proportional to cos φ are omitted in the conventional theory of inertial motions, which predicts horizontal oscillations of frequency f for f -plane geometries in the absence of horizontal and vertical pressure gradients. If this approximation is removed, an oscillation is found...
This study has employed the concept of bandpass filtering of aircraft field data that are obtained within convective planetary boundary layers, for the purpose of comparing the characteristic turbulence statistics with the results of large eddy simulation (LES) models. Field data from Project...
Two different approaches are applied to quantify mixing in a shallow water model of the stratosphere. These are modified Lagrangian mean (MLM) theory and a technique referred to as “reverse domain filling with local gradient reversal” (RDF-LGR). The latter is similar to a previously existing...
The structure of idealized two-dimensional shear lines has been calculated for specified tropopause potential temperature anomalies. A cold anomaly corresponds to an intrusion of stratospheric air into the troposphere. A balanced hydrostatic primitive equation structure is derived using an...
A wake is traditionally defined as the region of nearly stagnant flow downstream of a body in a uniform stream. In a stratified fluid, the motions and density surfaces downstream of an obstacle become primarily horizontal; the vertical component of the vorticity associated with the wake,...
This paper examines a number of commonly used methods for the calculation of the scattering and absorption properties of nonspherical ice crystals at thermal infrared wavelengths. It is found that, for randomly oriented nonspherical particles, Mie theory using equivalent ice spheres tends to...
High-Resolution Doppler Imager (HRDI) winds and temperatures are used to diagnose a 2-day wave event detected in the Southern Hemisphere during January 1994. A novel aspect of this study is the focus upon the wave fluxes throughout the 65–100-km range, and their relationship to the background...
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