Cover: A Model of the Seasonal and Latitudinal Variation of Zonal Winds and Temperatures in the Stratosphere above 30 km.

A Model of the Seasonal and Latitudinal Variation of Zonal Winds and Temperatures in the Stratosphere above 30 km.

Published 1964

by E. S. Batten

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By smoothing and extrapolating from meteorological rocket data, this Memorandum develops a tentative model of the seasonal changes of wind and temperature in the stratosphere between the altitudes of 30 and 50 km. The model describes the spring and fall reversals of the zonal winds and meridional temperature gradients

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