A note on the hydrostatic equation in the NHEML two-dimensional hurricane model
Michael S. Moss, Stanley Lawrence Rosenthal, Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.). Weather Modification Program Office
Weather Modification Program Office, Environmental Research Laboratories, 1975 - Hurricanes - 15 pages
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