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    • Cirrus and water vapor transport in the tropical tropopause layer 

      Dinh, Tra Phuong (2012-08-10)
      Simulations of tropical-tropopause-layer (TTL) cirrus under the influence of a large-scale equatorial Kelvin wave have been performed in two dimensions. These simulations show that, even under the influence of the large-scale ...
    • The downstream decay of trapped lee waves 

      Hills, Matthew
      The mechanisms through which trapped lee waves decay, and where this decay occurs, are of utmost importance in order to understand the impact that these waves have on the larger-scale climate system. Previous studies have ...
    • The downstream decay of trapped lee waves 

      Hills, Matthew
      The mechanisms through which trapped lee waves decay, and where this decay occurs, are of utmost importance in order to understand the impact that these waves have on the larger-scale climate system. Previous studies have ...
    • The downstream decay of trapped lee waves 

      Hills, Matthew
      The mechanisms through which trapped lee waves decay, and where this decay occurs, are of utmost importance in order to understand the impact that these waves have on the larger-scale climate system. Previous studies have ...
    • Mesoscale Predictability and Error Growth in Short Range Ensemble Forecasts 

      Gingrich, Mark (2013-11-14)
      Although it was originally suggested that small-scale, unresolved errors corrupt forecasts at all scales through an inverse error cascade, some authors have proposed that those mesoscale circulations resulting from stationary ...