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Two boundary rows are needed to eompute the nonlinear terms in (1). W is assumed to be zero at 50 mb, while at the lower boundary W is ealculated as the sum of a frietionally indueed eomponent, W f' and a planetary-seale, time-independent eomponent, Wh' Sinee ljJ is not defined at 950 mb, the values at 800 mb are used in (5). Note that orographie foreing is omitted. Hs (5) inclusion would have introdueed a sub-planetary seale wave souree thereby eontaminating the experiment. d. Steady, planetary scale jorcing If it is assumed that the data represent a reasonable approximation to the summer atmosphere's standing planetary seale waves, one ean then define the distribution of divergence needed to maintain these stationary waves.
The planetary-scale asymmetries of diabatic heating have a dominant role in creating and maintaining the observed tropical and subtropical climatological motion field. Available potential energy is created on the planetary scale. Most ofthis energy is baroclinically converted to kinetic energy thus maintaining the energy of the atmosphere's very long waves. This planetary-scale energy is subsequently transferred barotropically to both the zonal flow and to higher wave numbers. These transfers are the primary energy source for the observed zonal flow and for synoptic-scale eddy motions.
OfCommerce, NOAA. WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION (1973), Significant weather in 1972, WMO BuH. 22, 99-107. (Received 15th June 1977) Pageoph, Vol. 115 (1977), Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel Spectrum Analysis Relevant to Indian Monsoon Abstract - Recent investigations on Indian monsoon by the method of spectrum analysis are reviewed from the viewpoint of various aspects of its application. The assessment is also made on their results and discussions. Through these processes, it emerged that there exist at least two kinds of quasi-periodic variations in the summer monsoonal ftuctuation over India and adjacent regions.
Monsoon Dynamics by T. N. Krishnamurti (auth.)