Vol. 46, No. 22, 15 November 1989 Journal Contents of the Atmospheric Sciences ARTICLES Topographic Effects on the Mean Tropospheric Flow Patterns around Antarctica .... PETER G . BAINES AN D KLAUS FRAEDRICH 3401-3415 Barotropic Decay of Baroclinic Waves in a Two-Layer Beta-Plane Model STEVEN B. FELDSTEIN AND ISAAC M . HELD 3416-3430 The Finite-Amplitude Nature of Tropical Cyclogenesis KERRY A. EMANUEL 3431-3456 On Deep Quasi-geostrophic Theory PETER R . BANNON 3457-3463 The Vertical Distribution of Heating in AMEX and GATE Cloud Clusters WILLIAM M . FRANK AN D JOHN L. MCBRIDE 3464-3478 A Numerical Study of the Warm Rain Process in Orographic Clouds NAIHU I SONG AN D JOHN MARWITZ 3479-3486 Simulation of the Partial Reflection by the Critical Latitude with a Linear Model. Part I: Methods of Regulating the Reflectivity KIMMO RUOSTEENOJA 3487-3504 NOTES AN D CORRESPONDENCE Comments on "Relationship between Cyclone Tracks, Anticyclone Tracks, and Baroclinic Waveguides" PINHAS ALPERT 3505-3507 Reply JOHN M . WALLACE, GYU-H O LIM AN D MAURICE L. BLACKMON 3508-3509 PAPERS TO APPEAR IN FORTHCOMING ISSUES 3512 The Journal of Atmospheric Sciences is available on a calendar-year only subscription at an annual rate of $50 to AMS members. The single issue price
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1989
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