Variations in Convective Active Over Seasia During the Summer of 1967.
NAVY WEATHER RESEARCH FACILITY NORFOLK VA
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Convective activity over the Indochina Peninsula during the summer of 1967 is examined with the aid of radarscope-coverage data, in an attempt to determine the major factors influencing its synoptic variations. Variations in convective activity, as expressed by a radarscope-coverage index RI, are related to the strength of the tropical trough, measures of stability and low-level moisture, and the presence and location of tropical cyclone activity in the South China Sea. Author