H. GORDON, B. and DAVIES, R. D. GREEN, S. A. J. SMITH, F. T. R. On the use of a simple two-level model in general circulation studies. Quart. J . R . Met. SOC., 96, pp. 404413 The sensitivity of response of climate characteristics in a two-level general circulation model to small changes in solar radiation. Tellus, to be published The weather during July 1976: some clynamical considerations of the drought. Weather, 32, pp. 120-126 A note on the relationship between large scale energy functions and characteristics of climate. Quart. J . R . Met. SOC., 99, pp. 693-703 SIXTY YEARS OF SNOW DEPTHS IN BIRMINGHAM By M. C. JACKSON Meteorological Ofice, Bracknell HE depth of snow on the ground has been noted occasionally by observers for many years. However, it was only in the late 1940s that climatological stations began the routine practice of recording the snow depths at the 0900 observations. A number of stations now have a record o snow depths f approaching 30 years in length. 1932-73 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 bI 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 Observations of snow depth at the Edgbaston Observatory in Birmingham (NGR 4046 2864, altitude 163 m) became systematic much earlier.
Weather – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 1978
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