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Vulquin, Anaik (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
En été de l'hémisphère Sud, en Amérique du Sud, se renouvelle fréquemment un certain type de temps, la déclivité transéquatoriale (ou drift), que l'on peut assimiler à une situation de mousson. On a cherché à prouver qu'à ce type de temps correspond le passage de l'alizé de l'hémisphère Nord dans l'hémisphère Sud à travers l'Amazonie et dans la basse troposphère. Les arguments invoqués successivement sont les pointages de vent à 900 m, les isothermes du thermomètre mouillé ou du point de rosée la configuration de la convergence Intertropicale ou la direction des lignes de Cumulonimbus. Mais la statistique reste à faire de ce temps de mousson qui n'existe qu'à l'échelle synoptique et que l'on ne retrouve pas avec stabilité à l'échelle de la saison.During the summer of the southern hemisphere in South America, a certain type of synoptic situation known as “drift” often recurs. It can be likened to a monsoon situation. The attempt has been made to demonstrate that in this type the winds of the trades in the lower troposphere pass from the northern to the southern hemisphere over the Amazon Basin. Data presented in evidence are the plotted winds at 900 m, the isotherms of wetbulb and dew-point temperature, the configuration of the Intertropical Convergence and the direction of the lines of cumulonimbus cloud. But the frequency of this type of Monsoon weather, which exists only on the timescale of synoptic types and is not regularly found on the seasonal timescale, remains to be determined.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1971.tb00547.x
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