Landolt-Börnstein - Group V Geophysics
Volume 4C2 1989

Meteorology · Climatology. Part 2

Editors: G. Fischer
ISBN: 978-3-540-18449-2 (Print) 978-3-540-31375-5 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b85872

Table of contents (61 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    12.1 Introduction

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    12.2 Formal classification criteria

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    12.3.1 Basic physical laws

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    12.3.3 Mechanisms of the geophysical fluids

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    12.3.3.1 Non-turbulent mechanisms

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    12.3.3.2 Static instabilities

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    12.3.3.3 Dynamic instabilities

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    12.3.3.4 Turbulence

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    12.3.4 Mechanisms of the geophysical solids

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    12.3.5 Chemical climate mechanisms

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    12.3.6 Exchange between climatic regimes

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    12.4.1 Basic research-conceptual models

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    12.4.2 Basic research-comprehensive models

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    12.4.3 Operational climate prediction

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    12.4.4 Verification of climate models

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    12.5 References for 12

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    13.1 The earth’s surface as part of the global climate system

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    13.2.1 Climate phenomena and climate elements

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    13.2.2 Measurements and observations

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    13.2.3 Budget climatology as primary ordering principle

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    13.2.4 Secondary field climate elements

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    13.2.5 Complex climate elements

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    13.2.6 Daily cycle, seasons and anomalies

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    13.2.7 Spectrum, scale and statistics

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    13.3 Quantitative respresentation of the global surface climate

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    13.3.1.1 Types of climate tables

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Tables 3.2 - 3.3

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Tables 3.4 - 3.6

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Europe

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    North America, Australia

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Africa

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    Climatology. Part 2 · South America

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Asia (Part 1)

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    Asia (Part 2), Polar Regions

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    Climatology. Part 2 · Figs. 3.3 - 3.10

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    Figs. 3.11 - 3.20

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    Europe, North America, Australia, Africa

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    South America, Asia, Polar Regions

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    13.3.3.1 Global maps of state field quantities

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    Figs. 3.28 - 3.49

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    Figs. 3.50 - 3.69

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    Tables 3.15 - 3.19

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    13.3.3.2 Global maps of flux field quantities

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    Figs. 3.70 - 3.75, Tables 3.23 - 3.24

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    Figs. 3.76 - 3.82, Tables 3.25 - 3.26

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    Figs. 3.83 - 3.92, Tables 3.27 - 3.28

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    Figs. 3.93 - 3.101

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    13.3.4 Global maps of secondary climate elements

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    Table 3.29, Figs. 3.102 - 3.112

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    Figs. 3.113 - 3.121

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    Tables 3.30 - 3.33

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    13.3.5 Global maps of complex climate elements

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    Figs. 3.122 - 3.138

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    Figs. 3.139 - 3.152

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    Tables 3.34 - 3.41

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    13.4.1 Climate classification in general

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    Figs. 4.1 - 4.3, Table 4.2

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    Figs. 4.4 - 4.5, Table 4.3 - 4.4

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    13.4.2 The Köppen climate classification

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    13.5 List of abbreviations used in chapter 13

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    13.6 References for 13

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