Vol. 46, No. 21, 1 November 1989 Journal Contents of the Atmospheric Sciences ARTICLES The Average Behavior of Large-Scale Westward Traveling Disturbances Evident in the Northern Hemisphere Geopotential Heights ROLAN D A . MADDEN AND PETER SPETH 3225-3239 Nonlinear Response to Anomalous Tropical Forcing R . J. HAARSMA AND J . D . OPSTEEGH 3240-3255 Jupiter's Great Red Spot as a Shallow Water System TIMOTH Y E. DOWLING AND ANDRE W P . INGERSOLL 3256-3278 Transient Development in Confluent and Diffluent Flow BRIAN F. FARRELL 3279-3288 Local Barotropic Instability MANKIN MAK AND MING CAI 3289-3311 The Evolution of Raindrop Spectra. Part II. Collisional Collection/Breakup and Evap- oration in a Rainshaft SHALVA TZIVION (TZITZVASHVILI), GRAHAM FEINGOLD AND ZE V LEVIN 3312-3327 Global Patterns of the Quasi-biennial Oscillation in Total Ozone KENNET H P . BOWMAN 3328-3343 A Modeling Study of the Effect of the Andes on the Summertime Circulation of Tropical Sout h Americ a RICHARD KLEEMAN 3344-3362 A Three-Dimensional Numerical Study of an Oklahoma Squall Line Containing Right- Flan k Supercells JIMY DUDHI A AND MITCHEL L W . MONCRIEFF 3363-3391 Laboratory Measurements of Axial Pressures in Two-Celled Tornado-like Vortices RANDA L L . PAULEY 3392-3399 PAPERS TO APPEAR
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1989
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