Deep, Moist Heat Drives Jovian Weather

@article{Kerr2000DeepMH,
  title={Deep, Moist Heat Drives Jovian Weather},
  author={R. Kerr},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={287},
  pages={946 - 947}
}
  • R. Kerr
  • Published 2000
  • Environmental Science
  • Science
Meteorologists have long wondered whether solar energy or heat energy from within the planet predominates in driving Jupiter9s powerful weather engine. In two papers in this week9s issue of Nature, researchers provide an answer: Deep heat funneled upward by local storms is a major driver of jovian weather. They show that much if not all of the deep heat escaping the interior flows up through towering thunderstorms that eventually give up their energy to larger storms such as the Great Red Spot… Expand
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