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Turbulent convection is inherently a nonlocal phenomenon and a primary condition for a successful treatment of the convective boundary layer is a reliable model of nonlocality. In the dynamic equations governing the convective flux, the turbulent kinetic energy, etc., nonlocality is represented...
A formal approach is presented to couple small-scale processes associated with atmospheric moist convection with the large-scale dynamics. The approach involves applying a two-dimensional cloud-resolving model in each column of a three-dimensional large-scale model. In the spirit of classical...
A quasigeostrophic Eady model is used to study the instability properties of finite-amplitude Eady waves and relate them to the disturbances generated by isolated bottom topography. It is found that when the amplitude of the primary wave is small the unstable perturbations are slightly deformed...
Numerical simulations of nonrotating flow with uniform basic wind and stability past long three-dimensional (3D) ridges are compared to the corresponding two-dimensional (2D) limit to reveal the importance of 3D effects. For mountain heights smaller than the threshold for breaking waves, the...
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