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Adam P. Showman

combination. The shallow-water layer represents the mass above a surface of constant potential density (virtual potential temperature) near the water-condensation level at ∼5–10 bars (1 bar = 10 5 Pa). The S storm ( λ , ϕ , t ) and S rad ( λ , ϕ , t ) represent mass sources and sinks associated with thunderstorms and radiation. In the general case where the deep (abyssal) layer contains prescribed winds, an additional term (mathematically equivalent to a topography term) must be added to Eqs. (1

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