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Tsing-Chang Chen and Harry van Loon

AUGUST I987 TSING-CHANG CHEN AND HARRY VAN LOON 1739Interannual Variation of the Tropical Easterly Jet* TSING-CHANG CHENDepartment of Earth Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, 1A 50011 HARRY VAN LOONNational Center for Atmospheric Research,** Boulder, CO 80307(Manuscript received 18 February 1986, in final form 26 January 1987)ABSTRACT The 200-mb tropical wind fields analyzed

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Frank S. Sechrist and Thomas M. Whittaker

1014MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEWVOLUME 107Evidence of Jet Streak Vertical CirculationsFRANK S. SECHR1ST AND THOMAS M. WHITTAKERDepartment of Meteorology, University of Wisconsin, Madison 53706(Manuscript received 23 June 1978, in final form 16 March 1979)ABSTRACTA Man Computer Interactive Data Access System (McIDAS) has been used to great advantagein the monitoring and processing of weather data on a real-time basis. In particular, McIDASfacilitated the timely acquisition of data for the study of a

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E. R. REITER and L. F. WHITNEY

. .. .. .432MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW Vol. 97, No. 6UDC 651.~7.6~1.616.8:61.~,~.2:651m8(0.1~INTERACTION BETWEEN SUBTROPICAL ANDPOLAR-FRONT JET STREAM E. R. REITER Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado hie University, Fort Collins, Colo. L. F. WHITNEYMeteorological Satellite Laboratory, National Environmental Satellite Center, ESSA, Suitland, Md.ABSTRACTBy means of satellite photographs originally analyzed by Oliver et al., it is shown that the polar

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Linwood F. Whitney Jr.

$98 MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW VoI. uM~.Relationship of the Subtropical .Jet Stream to Severe Local Storms LXNwooo F. WHITNEY, yR.National Environmental Satellite Service, NOAA, Washington, D. C. 20233(Manuscript received 15 September 1976, in revised form 22 December 1976)ABSTRACT A series of five case histories illustrates the apparent effect of the subtropical jet stream on severe localstorms

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WALTER H. HOECKER

March 1965Walter H. Hoecker133COMPARATIVE PHYSICAL BEHAVIOR OF SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY-LAYER WIND JETS WALTER H. HOECKER U.S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D.C. ABSTRACT Wind data from the central five stations of the 1961 Weather Bureau boundary-layer-jet research pihal lint. ttrcspace-nvrragrd ns point data. In this form the information is compatible with other boundary-layer wind nnnlywsmndr from composites of several

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Hector Teitelbaum, Hervé Le Treut, Mohamed Moustaoui, Gustavo C. Cabrera, and Guillermo Ibañez

how they can be met in the complex orographic situation of northern Argentina and the Mendoza region. The height of the Andes is such that humidity cannot originate from the Pacific Ocean area: crossing the Andes results in a very strong drying of the air masses. Humid air masses are usually carried to the Mendoza area by the so-called low-level jet (LLJ). The LLJ consists of a low-level northerly circulation that is concentrated in a relatively narrow region located toward the east of the

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Philip Ardanuy

. Wen. Rev., 92, 266-270.On the Observed Diurnal Oscillation of the Somali Jet PHILIP ARDANUYDepartment of Meteorology, Florida State University, Tallahassee 3230627 April 1979 and 6 August 1979 ABSTRACT The time mean and diurnal oscillation of the Somali jet are examined, using as a data base a highresolution time series of pilot balloon soundings for two sites in northeast Africa. The diurnal mode isfound to contain a significant amount of the total amplitude of

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James T. Moore and Glenn E. Vanknowe

NOVEMBER 1992 MOORE AND VANKNOWE 2429The Effect of Jet-Streak Curvature on Kinematic Fields JAMES T. MOORESaint Louis University, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, St. Louis, MissouriGLENN E. VANKNOWE$taff Meteorology Office, Rome Laboratory, Griffiss Air Force Base, New York(Manuscript received I March 1991, in final form 4 February 1992) ABSTRACT A

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Dayton G. Vincent, Ken-Chung Ko, and Jon M. Schrage

1. Introduction Subtropical jet streams and jet streaks over the Australian and South Pacific region have been subjects of numerous studies. It appears that the primary motivation for investigating westerly wind maxima in this region stems from their unique location, particularly in summer, when the sun is overhead and hence the jets are not too far removed from tropical heat sources (e.g., ITCZ, SPCZ, and intraseasonal oscillations). A majority of the studies has focused on the maintenance or

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Xin An Chen and Yi-Leng Chen

JUNE 1995 CHEN AND CHEN 1695Development of Low-Level Jets during TAMEXXIN AN CHEN AND YI-LEN~ CHENDepartment of Meteorology, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii (Manuscript received 6 May 1994, in final form 6 December 1994) ABSTRACT Detailed synoptic-scale map analysis and

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