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    Amsterdam [u.a.] : Academic Press
    Call number: A1-03-0001
    ISBN: 0122270908
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    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: MOP B 19921
    In: International geophysics series
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 391 S. : graph. Darst.
    Edition: 2. ed
    ISBN: 0123543606
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 23
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    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: MOP 33002/16 ; MOP B 15410
    In: International geophysics series
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 319 S.
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 16
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    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: PIK N 455-07-0046
    In: International geophysics series
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XII, 535 S. + CD , Ill., graph. Darst. , 1 CD-ROM
    Edition: 4. ed
    ISBN: 0123540151 , 0-12-354016-X
    Series Statement: International geophysics series; 88
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    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: AWI A6-92-0280 ; 5/M 08.0207
    In: International geophysics series, Vol. 40
    Type of Medium: Monograph non-lending collection
    Pages: X, 489 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
    ISBN: 0120585766
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 40
    Classification:
    Meteorology and Climatology
    Language: English
    Note: Contents: Preface. - Acknowledgements. - Chapter 1 Introduction. - 1.1 The Static Structure of the Middle Atmosphere. - 1.2 Zonal Mean Temperature and Wind Distributions. - 1.3 Composition of the Middle Atmosphere. - 1.4 The Vertical Distribution of Eddy Amplitudes. - 1.5 Observational Techniques. - References. - Chapter 2 Radiative Processes and Remote Sounding. - 2.1 Introduction. - 2.2 Fundamentals. - 2.3 Gaseous Absorption Spectra. - 2.4 Transmission Functions. - 2.5 Infrared Radiative Exchange and Radiative Damping. - 2.6 Departure from Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium. - 2.7 Absorption of Solar Radiation. - 2.8 Radiative Equilibrium Temperature and Heating-Rate Distributions. - 2.9 Remote Sounding. - References. - Chapter 3 Basic Dynamics. - 3.1 Introduction. - 3.2 The Beta-Plane Approximation and Quasi-Geostrophic Theory. - 3.3 The Eulerian-Mean Equations. - 3.4 Linearized Disturbances to Zonal-Mean Flows. - 3.5 The Transformed Eulerian-Mean Equations. - 3.6 The Generalized Eliassen-Palm Theorem and the Charney-Drazin Nonacceleration Theorem. - 3.7 The Lagrangian Approach. - 3.8 Isentropic Coordinates. - 3.9 The Zonal-Mean Equations in Isentropic Coordinates. - Appendix 3A. Derivation of Some Equations in Isentropic Coordinates. - Appendix 3B. Boundary Conditions on the Residual Circulation. - References. - Chapter 4 Linear Wave Theory. - 4.1 Introduction and Classification of Wave Types. - 4.2 Wave Disturbances to a Resting Spherical Atmosphere. - 4.3 Atmospheric Thermal Tides. - 4.4 Free Traveling Planetary Waves. - 4.5 Forced Planetary Waves. - 4.6 Gravity Waves. - 4.7 Equatorial Waves. - Appendix 4A. Ray-Tracing Theory and Wave Action in a Slowly Varying Medium. - References. - Chapter 5 Extratropical Planetary-Scale Circulations. - 5.1 Introduction. - 5.2 The Observed Annual Cycle. - 5.3 Detailed Linear Models of Stationary Planetary Waves in the Middle Atmosphere. - 5.4 Detailed Linear Models of Free Traveling Planetary Waves in the Atmosphere. - 5.5 Barotropic and Baroclinic Instability. - 5.6 Planetary-Wave Critical Layers. - References. - Chapter 6 Stratospheric Sudden Warmings. - 6.1 Introduction. - 6.2 Observed Features of Sudden Warmings. - 6.3 Theoretical Modeling of Sudden Warmings. - 6.4 Conclusions. - References. - Chapter 7 The Extratropical Zonal-Mean Circulation. - 7.1 Introduction. - 7.2 Some Simple Zonally Averaged Models of the Middle Atmosphere. - 7.3 The Upper Mesosphere. - 7.4 The Winter Polar Stratosphere. - 7. 5 Interpretation and Generalization. - References. - Chapter 8 Equatorial Circulations. - 8.1 Introduction. - 8.2 The Observed Structure of the Equatorial Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. - 8.3 Theory of the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. - 8.4 Observed Structure of the Equatorial Semiannual Oscillations. - 8.5 Dynamics of the Equatorial Semiannual Oscillations. - 8.6 Inertial Instability in the Equatorial Zone. - References. - Chapter 9 Tracer Transport in the Middle Atmosphere. - 9.1 Introduction: Types of Tracers. - 9.2 Long-Lived Chemical Tracers. - 9.3 Transport in the Meridional Plane. - 9.4 Formulations of Eddy and Mean-Flow Transport. - 9.5 Dispersive Wave Transport: Irreversible Mixing of Tracers. - 9.6 Troposphere-Stratosphere Exchange. - 9.7 Transport Modeling. - Appendix 9A. The Transformed Eulerian-Mean Transport for Small-Arnplitude Eddies. - References. - Chapter 10 The Ozone Layer. - 10.1 Introduction. - 10.2 The Climatology of Ozone. - 10.3 Elementary Aspects of Photochemical Modeling. - 10.4 Photochemistry of Ozone: Catalytic Cycles. - 10.5 Models of the Natural and Perturbed Ozone Layer. - Appendix 10A. The Continuity Equation for Chemical Species. - References. - Chapter 11 General Circulation Modeling. - 11.1 Models of the Lower Stratosphere. - 11.2 The GFDL SKYHI Model. - 11.3 Forecasting of Sudden Stratospheric Warmings. - 11.4 Transport Modeling. - References. - Chapter 12 Interaction between the Middle Atmosphere and the Lower Atmosphere. - 12.1 Introduction. - 12.2 Radiative Links: Deductions from Simple Models. - 12.3 Radiative Links: Deductions from GCMs. - 12.4 Dynamical Links: Vertically Propagating Planetary Waves. - 12.5 Interannual Variability in the Stratosphere. - References. - Bibliography. - Index.
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    Boston, Mass : American Meteorological Society
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    Call number: AWI A8-98-0018
    In: Meteorological monographs
    Description / Table of Contents: Table of Contents: Preface. - Chapter 1. Introduction: The observational basis. - Chapter 2. The development of dynamical models. - Chapter 3. Baroclinic instability in the stratosphere and mesosphere. - Chapter 4. Forced waves and wave-zonal flow interactions. - Chapter 5. Numerical modelling of the general circulation of the stratosphere and mesosphere. - List of symbols. - Bibliography. - Index.
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    Pages: 217 S.
    Series Statement: Meteorological monographs 15, 37
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    Monograph available for loan
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    San Diego [u.a.] : Acad. Press
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    Call number: PIK N 455-00-0200 ; PIK N 455-92-0599 ; AWI A6-92-0277 ; PIK N 455-00-0523
    In: International geophysics series
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: X, 511 S. , Ill., graph. Darst.
    Edition: 3rd ed.
    ISBN: 012354355X
    Series Statement: International geophysics series 48
    Note: Contents: Preface. - 1. Introduction. - 1.1 The atmospheric continuum. - 1.2 Physical dimensions and units. - 1.3 Scale analysis. - 1.4 The fundamental forces. - 1.5 Nininertial reference frames and "apparent" forces. - 1.6 Structure of the static atmosphere. - Problems. - Suggested references. - 2. The basic conservation laws. - 2.1 Total differentiation. - 2.2 The vectorial form of the momentum equation in rotating coordinates. - 2.3 The component equations in spherical coodinates. - 2.4 Scale analysis of the equations of motion. - 2.5 The continuity equation. - 2.6 The thermodynamic energy equation. - 2.7 Thermodynamics of the dry atmosphere. - Problems. - Suggested references. - 3. Elementary applications of the basic equations. - Chapter 3 Elementary Applications of the Basic Equations. - 3.1 The Basic Equations in Isobaric Coordinates. - 3.2 Balanced Flow. - 3.3 Trajectories and Streamlines. - 3.4 The Thermal Wind. - 3.5 Vertical Motion. - 3. 6 Surface Pressure Tendency. - Problems. - 4 Circulation and Vorticity. - 4.1 The Circulation Theorem. - 4.2 Vorticity. - 4.3 Potential Vorticity. - 4.4 The Vorticity Equation. - 4.5 The Barotropic (Rossby) Potential Vorticity Equation. - 4.6 The Baroclinic (Ertel) Potential Vorticity Equation. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 5 The Planetary Boundary Layer. - 5.1 Atmospheric Turbulence. - 5.2 Turbulent Kinetic Energy. - 5.3 Planetary Boundary Layer Momentum Equations. - 5.4 Secondary Circulations and Spin-Down. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 6 Synoptic-Scale Motions 1: Quasi-geostrophic Analysis. - 6.1 The Observed Structure of Extratropical CircuIations. - 6.2 The Quasi-geostrophic Approximation. - 6.3 Quasi-geostrophic Prediction. - 6.4 Diagnosis of Vertical Motion. - 6.5 Idealized Model of a Baroclinic Disturbance. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 7 Atmospheric Oscillations: Linear Perturbation Theory. - 7.1 The Perturbation Method. - 7.2 Properties of Waves. - 7.3 Simple Wave Types. - 7.4 Internal Gravity (Buoyancy) Waves. - 7.5 Inertio-gravity Waves. - 7.6 Adjustment to Geostrophic Balance. - 7.7 Rossby Waves. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 8 Synoptic-Scale Motions II: Baroclinic Instability. - 8.1 Hydrodynamic Instability. - 8.2 Baroclinic Instability: A Two-Layer Model. - 8.3 The Energetics of Baroclinic Waves. - 8.4 Baroclinic Instability of a Continuously Stratified Atmosphere. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 9 Mesoscale Circulations. - 9.1 Energy Sources for Mesoscale Circulations. - 9.2 Fronts and Frontogenesis. - 9.3 Symmetric Instability. - 9.4 Mountain Waves. - 9.5 Cumulus Convection. - 9.6 Convective Storms. - 9.7 Hurricanes. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 10 The General Circulation. - 10.1 The Nature of the Problem. - 10.2 The Zonally Averaged Circulation. - 10.3 The Angular Momentum Budget. - 10.4 The Lorenz Energy Cycle. - 10.5 Longitudinally Dependent Time-Averaged Flow. - 10.6 Low-Frequency Variability. - 10.7 Laboratory Simulation of the General Circulation. - 10.8 Numerical Simulation of the General Circulation. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 11 Tropical Dynamics. - 11.1 The Observed Structure of Large-Scale Tropical Circulations. - 11.2 Scale Analysis of Large-Scale Tropical Motions. - 11.3 Condensation Heating. - 11.4 Equatorial Wave Theory. - 11.5 Steady Forced Equatorial Motions. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 12 Middle Atmosphere Dynamics. - 12.1 Structure and Circulation of the Middle Atmosphere. - 12.2 The Zonal Mean Circulation of the Middle Atmosphere. - 12.3 Venically Propagating Planetary Waves. - 12.4 Sudden Stratospheric Warmings. - 12.5 Waves in the Equatorial Stratosphere. - 12.6 The Quasi-biennial Oscillation. - 12.7 The Ozone Layer. - Problems. - Suggested References. - 13 Numerical Modeling and Prediction. - 13.1 Historical Background. - 13.2 Filtering Meteorological Noise. - 13.3 The Finite Difference Method. - 13.4 The Barotropic Vonicity Equation in Finite Differences. - 13.5 The Spectral Method. - 13.6 Primitive Equation Models. - 13.7 Data Assimilation. - 13.8 Predictability. - Problems. - Suggested References. - Appendix A Useful Constants and Parameters. - Appendix B List of Symbols. - Appendix C Vector Analysis. - Appendix D Equivalent Potential Temperature. - Appendix E Standard Atmosphere Data. - ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS. - BIBLIOGRAPHY. - INDEX. - INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICS SERIES
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    ISSN: 1420-9136
    Keywords: Zonal mean circulation ; Diabatic circulation ; Rayleigh friction ; Equatorial semiannual oscillation
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Geosciences , Physics
    Notes: Abstract The annual cycle of the zonally averaged circulation in the middle atmosphere (16–96 km) is simulated using a numerical model based on the primitive equations in log pressure coordinates. The circulation is driven radiatively by heating due to solar ultraviolet absorption by ozone and infrared cooling due to carbon dioxide and ozone (parameterized as a Newtonian cooling). Since eddy fluxes due to planetary waves are neglected in the model, the computed mean meridional circulation must be interpreted as thediabatic circulation, not as the total eulerian mean. Rayleigh friction with a short (2–4 day) time constant above 70 km is included to simulate the strong mechanical dissipation which is hypothesized to exist in the vicinity of the mesopause due to turbulence associated with gravity waves and tides near the mesopause. Computed mean winds and temperatures are in general agreement with observations for both equinox and solstice conditions. In particular, the strong mechanical damping specified near the mesopause makes it possible to simulate the cold summer and warm winter mesopause temperatures without generating excessive mean zonal winds. In addition, the model exhibits a strong semiannual cycle in the mean zonal wind at the equator, with both amplitude and vertical structure in agreement with the easterly phase of the observed equatorial semiannual oscillation.
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    Publication Date: 2003-12-01
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    Print ISSN: 0065-9401
    Electronic ISSN: 1943-3646
    Topics: Geography , Geosciences , Physics
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