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Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak

Dennis Arthur Keyser

Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak

by Dennis Arthur Keyser

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va. : For sale by the National Technical Information Service] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric circulation,
  • Troposhere,
  • Convection (Meteorology)

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    Statementby Dennis Arthur Keyser and Donald R. Johnson ; prepared for Marshall Space Flight Center under Contract NAS8-33222
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 3497
    ContributionsJohnson, Donald R., 1930-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p. :
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14930851M

    T1 - Diabatic heating, divergent circulation and moisture transport in the African monsoon system. AU - Hagos, Samson. AU - Zhang, Chidong. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - The dynamics of the West African monsoon system is studied through the diagnosis of the roles of diabatic heating in the divergent circulation and moisture by: Subsidence through the jet core is favorable for upper-tropospheric frontogenesis, thus locally enhanced subsidence resulting from the establishment of geostrophic cold air advection along the jet (termed the Shapiro Effect) has been described .

    Rossow et al. Rossow, W.B., Y.-C. Zhang, and G. Tselioudis, Atmospheric diabatic heating in different weather states and the general circulation. J. Climate, 29, no. 3, The results show that the forcing for the atmospheric general circulation is a very dynamic process, varying strongly at weather space-time scales, and comprised. However, adiabatic cooling or heating is reversible, because if the parcel ascends or descends, it cools or warms. Finally, diabatic is the result from heat leaving or entering the parcel, whereas.

    The mechanism relies on the coupled contribution of the tropospheric ageostrophic circulations associated to jet streaks. These circulations: (1) interact under local and regional forcing (sea surface temperature, topography and latent heat) and (2) feedback on enhancing an upper-level jet’s secondary streak, leading to a persistent, severe Author: Mihaela Caian, Meda Daniela Andrei. 78 2. Age difference theory 79 In the stratosphere, age satisfies an advection–diffusion equation with a source of 1 (year/year): G t +L(G)=1; (1) 80 where G is the age and L is the advection–diffusion operator, with a boundary condition of zero 81 at the tropopause. In equilibrium, age determined from linearly growing tracers also satisfies this 82 equation .


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Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak by Dennis Arthur Keyser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of Diabatic Heating on the Ageostrophic Circulation of an Upper Tropospheric Jet Streak Dennis Arthur Keyser and Donald R. Johnson University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, Wisconsin Prepared for Marshall Space Flight Center under Contract NASS National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationFile Size: 7MB.

Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], (OCoLC) Material Type.

They are driven by diabatic heating in the eyewall, in the inner rainbands in the RFZ, and in the upper-tropospheric anvil clouds, respectively (Fudeyasu and Wang ). The inflow in the midtroposphere and under the upper-tropospheric anvil clouds brings high AAM inward to accelerate the tangential wind (Fig.

15a).Cited by: 8. THE EFFECT OF ENHANCED DIABATIC HEATING ON STRATOSPHERIC CIRCULATION by Mary M. Kleb A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Atmospheric and Space Sciences) in The University of Michigan Doctoral Committee: Professor S.

Roland Drayson, Chairperson Professor William R. Kuhn. Tropospheric heating with a maximum of some 10 K d −1 underneath the lowered tropopause leads to the decay of the upper‐level vortex within a few days. During the decay there is a sizeable, diabatically induced mass flux across the PV‐defined tropopause: air in the vortex centre which initially was part of the lower stratosphere gradually.

exchange and mixing. The diabatic heat budget is closed with the calculation of the temperature assimilation increment. The previously noted excessive tropospheric circulation at low latitudes in ERA is also reflected in the diabatic heat budget. The temperature increment acts to cool the excessive model heating.

Diabatic Heating and Outgoing Longwave Radiation. To model the Walker circulation as a steady wave response as in equation 6 and Figure 1, one must know the atmospheric momentum sources (F mom) and heat sources (F heat) that shape the circulation. These sources have proven difficult to measure from observational by: [1] Characteristics of the hPa Arctic air temperature field are evaluated with respect to controls by horizontal temperature advection, vertical motion, and characteristics of the underlying land and ocean surface.

The highest winter mean temperatures in the Arctic, found in the Norwegian and Barents seas, are maintained primarily by cold horizontal advection countered. in negative values for the integrated diabatic heating.

Over the Mediterranean Sea and eastward at "N there are a few regions of positive diabatic heating, associated with sensible heat fluxes over the sea, latent heat release in rainy regions and also high. Diabatic temperature changes on the other hand can occur in the form of diabatic heating or diabatic cooling.

The prime contributor to diabatic heating is the sun. Warm soils (via sun's radiation) can also produce diabatic heating.

The sun's energy warms the earth's surface and thus warms parcels of air near the surface even though they are not. ERAI heating rates, which are based on h model fore-casts.

The only observational constraint on reanalysis dia-batic heating is the effect of the data assimilation on the fore-cast initial conditions. Physical context Diabatic heating is a fundamental component of the temper-ature budget, which may be expressed by the thermodynamic.

The role of extratropical diabatic heating in the variability of storm tracks and jet streams remains an important open question. This paper analyzes the role of diabatic heating in observationally constrained analysis data for the winter, which was notable for an extreme southward shift of the North Atlantic eddy‐driven by: 8.

To understand the mechanisms whereby the changes in solar irradiance affect tropospheric winds and circulation, experiments have been carried out with a simplified global circulation model.

The results show that generic heating of the lower stratosphere tends to weaken the subtropical jets and the tropospheric mean meridional circulations. where g is the acceleration due to gravity, is the dry static energy, is the kinetic energy, is the horizontal velocity, is pressure, c p is the specific heat capacity of air at constant pressure, T is absolute temperature, and z is height.

Hereinafter, we use the symbol H* to refer to divergence of s and k based upon the diabatic heating terms in Eq. and H to refer to that from by: 8. Keyser DA, Johnson DR () Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak.

Mon Weather Rev – CrossRef Google Scholar Keyser DA, Shapiro MA () A review of the structure and Cited by: 9. On the Tropospheric Response to Anomalous Stratospheric Wave Drag and Radiative Heating with the impact of anomalous diabatic heating in the polar stratosphere as stratospheric temperatures relax tropospheric circulation centered over the North At-lantic sector.

Thompson and Wallace (, ) sub. The key role of diabatic processes in modifying the upper-tropospheric wave guide: A North Atlantic case-study and contributes to the formation of a jet streak.

This suggests that the. George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Books from the extended shelves: George C. Marshall Space Flight Center: Effects of diabatic heating on the ageostrophic circulation of an upper tropospheric jet streak /.

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The mutual forcing of a midlatitude upper-tropospheric jet streak by organized mesoscale adiabatic and diabatic processes within a simulated convective system (SCS) is investigated. exiting the jet. Associated with this circulation pattern is rising (sinking) motion on the cyclonic or cold (anticyclonic or warm) side of the jet, which again is in agreement with the vorticity advection patterns (Fig.

3c). The possible influence of curvature effects in masking the contribution of jet streaks to upper-level ageostrophy Cited by: A&OS C/C – Jet streaks and the ageostrophic circulation Winter, – Fovell A jet is a three-dimensional (3D) ribbon or tube of air in which wind speeds are locally large.

The jet can snake around in space, changing elevation relative to .C. M. Hoppe et al.: Diabatic and kinematic vertical velocity rived from diabatic heating rates. The corresponding vertical velocity Pis referred to as diabatic vertical velocity. In a perfect model, all vertical velocity representations would deliver the same result.

However, inaccuracies are al-ways present in numerical models.