Prediction of Environmental Parameters.
Annual rept. no. 4, 20 Oct 70-20 Oct 71,
TEXAS A AND M RESEARCH FOUNDATION COLLEGE STATION
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W. H. Darby,F. S. Das,P. Gilbert,K. D. AM-Ref-71-29-ADAAB07-68-C-0073THEMIS-542, DA-1-T-014501-B-81-A1-T-014501-B-81-A-00ECOM0073-5See also AD-722 836.atmospheric motion, equations of motion, weather forecasting, numerical analysis, cumulus clouds, mathematical models, turbulence, reynolds number, sea water, surface temperature, ocean waves, rainfall, tropical regions, stochastic processes, meteorological radarair water interactions, themis project, turbulent flowThe basic goal of the program is the development of mathematical-meteorological models which will permit improved objective forecasting in all scales. The topics discussed include the following Turbulent flow definition through Reynolds stress measurements Change of intensity in cloud systems associated with easterly perturbations as they move over areas of differing water temperature Mesoscale analyses using radar and micro-meteorological measurements Studies of mesoscale air-sea interaction Tropical rainfall patterns and Numerical modeling of the microdynamics of warm cumulus.