The Intensity of Lateral Mixing in the Atmosphere as Determined From Isentropic Charts

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  • 1 David Taylor Model Basin, Navy Department, Washington, D. C.
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*Presented at the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, April, 1938; abstract in Trans. A. G. U., 1938, pt. 1, p. 163. This paper represents, in part, the results of investigation carried on at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in cooperation with the Weather Bureau under the Bankhead-Jones Special Research Fund.

The author was with the U. S. Weather Bureau, assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, during the period (1937–38) in which the study was begun.

*Presented at the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, April, 1938; abstract in Trans. A. G. U., 1938, pt. 1, p. 163. This paper represents, in part, the results of investigation carried on at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in cooperation with the Weather Bureau under the Bankhead-Jones Special Research Fund.

The author was with the U. S. Weather Bureau, assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, during the period (1937–38) in which the study was begun.

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