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relationships between several parameters which may be used to represent atmospheric vortices
|Title:||The relationships between several parameters which may be used to represent atmospheric vortices.||
DesJardins, Robert B., author
Gleeson, Thomas, professor directing thesis.
Florida State University, degree granting institution
|Type of Resource:||text|
Florida State University
Florida State University
|Place of Publication:||Tallahassee, Florida|
|Extent:||1 online resource (vi, 23 leaves)|
|Abstract/Description:||"The study was restricted to cyclones which appeared over Europe for at least two consecutive days during 1950"--Page v. The statistical relationships between five parameters which may be used to represent an atmospheric vortex are studied. These parameters are: the central height, ?h, the space change of height, ?h, a size factor, D, the mean gradient, h, and the "gradient-area index", I. The primary purpose of the study is to determine the relationship between the central height and each of the other parameters. The study was restricted to cyclones which appeared over Europe for at least two consecutive days during 1950. All measurements were made on the 500-mb chart. Each parameter was evaluated for 263 cyclones and the 24-hr change of each parameter was computed for 208 cyclones. The methods used to evaluate each parameter are discussed. For each pair of parameters, linear correlation coefficients were computed from grouped data.|
|Bibliography Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
"Submitted to the Graduate Council of Florida State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science."
Advisor: Thomas A. Gleeson, Professor Directing Paper.
Author's name handwritten on cover: Robert B. DesJardins.
Cyclones -- Mathematical models
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DesJardins, R. B. (1954). The relationships between several parameters which may be used to represent atmospheric vortices. Retrieved from http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_historic_ala5637