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Power and Cross-Spectra for the Turbulent Atmospheric Motion and Transports in the Domain of Wave Number Frequency Space: Theoretical Aspects


doi: 10.1007/BF02658170

  • The study of large-scale atmospheric turbulence and transport processes is of vital importance in the general cir-culation of the atmosphere. The governing equations of the power and cross-spectra for the atmospheric motion and transports in the domain of wave number frequency space have been derived. The contributions of the nonlinear interactions of the atmospheric waves in velocity and temperature fields to the conversion of kinetic and potential en-ergies and to the meridional transports of angular momentum and sensible heat in the atmosphere have been discussed.
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Manuscript received: 10 October 1994
Manuscript revised: 10 October 1994
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Power and Cross-Spectra for the Turbulent Atmospheric Motion and Transports in the Domain of Wave Number Frequency Space: Theoretical Aspects

  • 1. Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pashan, Pune-8, India

Abstract: The study of large-scale atmospheric turbulence and transport processes is of vital importance in the general cir-culation of the atmosphere. The governing equations of the power and cross-spectra for the atmospheric motion and transports in the domain of wave number frequency space have been derived. The contributions of the nonlinear interactions of the atmospheric waves in velocity and temperature fields to the conversion of kinetic and potential en-ergies and to the meridional transports of angular momentum and sensible heat in the atmosphere have been discussed.

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