Remarks O N the Optimum Spacing of Upper - Air Observations

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The optimum time and space distribution of upper-air observations is considered in connection with the detection and prediction of instability lines-a mesoscale phenomenon. It is shown that the optimum spacing of observational stations is not only a function of the scale of the phenomena to be detected but of observational and analytical errors as well… (More)

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