- 6-Stationary and quasi-stationary eddies in the extratropical troposphere : theory

@inproceedings{Isaac20116A,
  title={- 6-Stationary and quasi-stationary eddies in the extratropical troposphere : theory},
  author={Mar{\'i}a A Isaac},
  year={2011}
}
The climatological zonal asymmetries in the atmosphere result from asymmetries in the Earth's surface. The problem of explaining the atmospheric asymmetries is complicated by the fact that some of the relevant surface properties, such as ocean temperature, land-surface albedo and ground wetness, are at least partially conteolled by the atmosphere. Yet, even if one ignores these important feedback processes and simply prescribed boundary conditions, the construction of a theory explaining the… CONTINUE READING
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