Synoptic Meteorology II: The Quasi-Geostrophic Height Tendency Equation
30 January 2013
Readings: Holton (3rd Ed.), Section 6.3.1
Similar material may also be found in the 4th and 5th editions of Holtons textbook.
The Quasi-Geostrophic Vorticity/Thermodyn
FUNGSI GAMMA, BETA, DAN INTEGRAL ELLIPTIK
Stephan Matthiesen and Helen Kettle
Atmospheric Dynamics (2006/07)
Problems on Chapter 12: Potential Vorticity
Q 12.1: Consider a marked column of air, the top of which is labelled A, and the bottom labelled B.
Suppose this column is forced over a mountai
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