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G. C. Asnani and S. K. Mishra

Fum~u^t~-1975 G. C. ASNANI AND S. K. MISHRA 115Diabatic Heating Model of the Indian Monsoon G. C. AssAil ^~D S. K. MmuR^Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Poona-5, India(Manuscript received 25 April 1974; in revised form 23 September 1974)ABSTRACT In ]?art I of this paper, influence functions are derived for the response of a quasi-geostrophic atmosphereto transient heat

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Michael Hantel and Hans-Reinhard Baader

1180 JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES VO~.VME35Diabatic Heating Clknatology of the Zonal Atmosphere MICHAEL HANTEL AND HANS-REINHARD BAADERMeteorologisehes Institu4 der Universiti# Bonn, 5300 Bonn 1, Federal Republic of Germany(Manuscript received 21 October 1977, in final form 21 February 1978)ABSTRACT The diabatic heating Q is the ultimate driving force of the general circulation and climate. We

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Kyong-Hwan Seo and Seok-Woo Son

1. Introduction The Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO) is the most dominant physical mode of tropical intraseasonal variability with a characteristic time scale of 30–70 days ( Madden and Julian 1972 ). Previous studies have found that the tropical diabatic heating associated with the MJO induces the atmospheric circulation anomalies in both the tropics and extratropics (e.g., Matthews et al. 2004 ; Lin et al. 2006 , and references therein). The teleconnection to the extratropics occurs in the

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Bryan C. Weare

704 JOURNAL OF CLIMATE VOLOMEIDiabatic Heating in the UCLA General Circulation ModelBRYAN C. WEARE./ttmospheric Science Group, Department of Land, .dir, and Water Resources, University of California, Davis, California(Manuscript received 23 November 1987, in final form 16 March 1988)ABSTRACT Diabatic heating rates calculated in the UCLA general circulation model are analyzed

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Tsing-Chang Chen and Wayman E. Baker

2578 MONTHLY. WEATHER REVIEW VOLUMi~ 114Global Diabatic Heating during FGGE SOP-I and SOP-2 TSINC,-CHANG CHEN Depanrnent of Earth Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, 1,4 50011 WAYMAN E. BAKERLaboratory for Atmospheres, NASA/Ooddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771(Manuscript received 2 May 1985, in final form 18 June 1986)ABSTRACT With the

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Prashant D. Sardeshmukh and Philip Sura

of model resolution suggests that the mishandling of such interactions is not the chief culprit. The pointer thus turns toward the misrepresentation of diabatic processes, as manifested in errors of both the mean and transient diabatic heating. To some extent, a GCM’s mean diabatic heating error can be reduced by the (physical or unphysical) tuning of the GCM’s parameterizations. Errors in the variable heating are harder to tune away. Many transient atmospheric phenomena associated with strong

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Yimin Liu, Guoxiong Wu, and Rongcai Ren

National Centers for Environment Prediction–National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCEP–NCAR; Kalnay et al. 1996 ) from 1980 to 1997 and a climate model are employed to investigate the separated and synthetic impacts of different thermal forcings on the formation of the summertime subtropical anticyclones. The diabatic heating in the reanalysis is not an observation, but the product of a GCM that depends on physical parameterization schemes ( Newman et al. 2000 ). Comparisons between the NCEP

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Mingfang Ting and Prashant D. Sardeshmukh

15MARCH 1993 TING AND SARDESHMUKH 907Factors Determining the Extratropical Responseto Equatorial Diabatic Heating Anomalies MINGFANG TING AND PRASHANT D. SARDESHMUKHCooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado(Manuscript received 3 September 1991, in final form 4 June 1992)ABSTRACT The steady linear response of a spherical

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Marvin A. Geller and Susan K. Avery

MA-1978 MARVIN A. GELLER AND SUSAN K. AVERY 629Northern Hemisphere Distributions of Diabatic Heating in the Troposphere Derived from General Circulation Data MAXW~ A. GELLERRosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Fla. 33149 SUSAN K. AVERYLaboratory for Atmospheric Research, University of Illinois, Urbana 61801(Manuscript received 25

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Kamal Puri

1394 MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW VOLUME II5Some Experiments on the Use of Tropical Diabatic Heating Information for Initial State Specification Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, Melbourne, Australia 3001(Manuscript received 8 September 1986, in final form 2 January 1987) The local response to tropical diabatic heating is studied by using diabatic normal mode initlall,alion procedures

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