4-5-Day-Period Variation and Low-Level Dry Air Observed in the Equatorial Western Pacific during the

@inproceedings{Numaguti199545DayPeriodVA,
  title={4-5-Day-Period Variation and Low-Level Dry Air Observed in the Equatorial Western Pacific during the},
  author={Atusi Numaguti and Riko Oki and Kozo Nakamura and Kazuhisa Tsuboki and Nobuhiko Misawa and Tomio Asai and Yasu-Masa Kodama},
  year={1995}
}
A significant 4-5-day-period variation was observed in surface and aerological data obtained at the equator, 156E during November 1992. The time-height structure of the variation is determined by use of spectral and composite analysis. The 4-5-day period variation can be basically explained by westward-propagating mixed Rossby-gravity wave disturbances. However, the structure of the circulation was significantly distorted by the presence of a tropical depression. Further, two distinctive events… CONTINUE READING

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