Book Detail

WEATHER ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING

Author(s)
: Christo G Georgiev
Patrick Santurette
Karine Maynard
Edition
:
Call Number
: 551.5 GEO w
ISBN/ISSN
: 978-0-12-800194-3
Subject(s)
: A Dynamical View of Synoptic Development
Clasification
: 551.5 GEO w
Series Title
:
GMD
: Buku
Language
: English
Publisher
: Academic Press
Publishing Year
: 2016
Publishing Place
: UNITED KINGDOM
Collation
: 343hal; ilus; 25cm
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: B003001.1   My Library   : Available
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This book is a practical guide about the great combination of interpreting satellite water vapor imagery and potential vorticity of numerical weather model output. The author illustrate how this two elements create a better atmospheric thermodynamic analysis and improve the weather forecast. Many meteorological phenomena are studied using this combination, such as: deep convection, tropical cyclones, atmospheric front, jet stream, etc. It is a big invention in meteorology due to the great ability of water vapor satellite to classify moist and dry layers meet the effectiveness of synoptic development observing using potential vorticity concept.

This book is a practical guide about the great combination of interpreting satellite water vapor imagery and potential vorticity of numerical weather model output. The author illustrate how this two elements create a better atmospheric thermodynamic analysis and improve the weather forecast. Many meteorological phenomena are studied using this combination, such as: deep convection, tropical cyclones, atmospheric front, jet stream, etc. It is a big invention in meteorology due to the great ability of water vapor satellite to classify moist and dry layers meet the effectiveness of synoptic development observing using potential vorticity concept.

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