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ON THE SUMMER TIME DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH PACIFIC SEA-LEVEL PRESSURE ANTICYCLONE
With the exception of the North Indian Ocean, subtropical ocean basins are dominated by climatological planetary-scale sea-level pressure (SLP) anticyclones. The seasonal variability of the North Pacific subtropical SLP ...
THE DIURNAL AND SEASONAL RADIATIVE EFFECTS OF CIRRUS CLOUDS UTILIZING LARGE AIRBORNE AND SPACE-BORNE LIDAR DATASETS
Cirrus clouds are globally the most common cloud type, however, their radiative impact on the Earth remains a large source of uncertainty in global climate models. Cirrus are unique in that they are absorptive to terrestrial ...