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White, Robert M. (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Several recent investigations, KUO (1951), VAN MEIGHEM (1953), STARR (1953) and ARAKAWA (1953), have been concerned with examining the physical processes which account for the maintenance of the kinetic energy of zonal motion in the atmosphere. These studies have pointed up the important role played by the large scale horizontal eddies.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1954.tb01107.x
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    • ARAKAWHA.,, 1953: On the time rate of work done by the eddy stresses in the free air, and the maintenance of the westerlies in middle latitudes. J . Meteor., 10, 392 - 393.
    • Kuo, H. L., 1951: A note on the kinetic energy balance of the zonal wind systems. Tellus, 3, 205 - 207.
    • MINTZY,., 1951: T h e geostrophic poleward flux of sensible heat in the month of January 1949. Prog. Report No. 8, U.C.L.A., Contract No. AF 19-122-48. Geophysics Research Directorate, AFCRC.
    • PRIESTLBCY. ,H. B., 1949:Heat transport and zonal stress between latitudes. Quart. /. R. Met. Soc., 75, 28 - 40.
    • STARRV,. P., 1953: Note concerning the nature of the large-xale eddies in the atmosphere. Tellus, 5, 494 -498.
    • STARRV, . P., and WHITER,. M., 1952: The meridional flux of angular momentum in the tropics. Tellus, 4. 118 - 125.
    • - 1951: A hemispherical study of the atmospheric angular momentum balance. Quart. J . R. A4et. Sor., 7,21s -225.
    • VAN MIEGHEMJ.,, 1953: Energy conversions in the atmosphere on the scale of the general circulation. Tellus, 4. 334 - 351.
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