General_Circulation

General_Circulation - Figure 4-16 Midlatitude Circulation...

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The Earth’s General Circulation Tropics Intertropical convergence zone Easterly trade winds Subtropical Highs Midlatitudes Surface winds Upper-air flow
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Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-2
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Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-2
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Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-4
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Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-4
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July January
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Africa ITCZ
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Midlatitude Circulation Surface westerlies Driven by subtropical high pressure Direction varies locally Upper-air Contours Rossby waves Jet stream
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Aguado and Burt,
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 4-16 Midlatitude Circulation Surface westerlies Driven by subtropical high pressure Direction varies locally Upper-air Contours Rossby waves Jet stream Aguado and Burt, p. 116 Fig. 4-7 Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-7 Aguado & Burt, Figure 4-11 Rossbys Dishpan Experiments Aguado and Burt, p. 245 Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-11 Aguado & Burt, Figure 4-13 Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-7 Aguado and Burt, Figure 8-8...
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