A kinetic energy study of the meso B-scale storm environment during AVE-SESAME V (20-21 May 1979)
Matthew F. Printy, Henry E. Fuelberg, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, St. Louis University. Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1984 - Nature - 104 pages
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24 h period Area-time averaged AVE-SESAME average station spacing centered convective activity cross-contour flow diffluence divergence of kinetic Elmore City energy analysis region energy balance energy budget terms energy parameters energy processes energy sink errors extratropical cyclones feature Fuelberg and Jedlovec geopotential height GMT Fig greatest Healdton horizontal flux divergence Horizontal maps intense convection jet stream kinetic energy budget kinetic energy content located magnitudes mb layer meso 3-scale Mesoscale Convective Complex mesoscale storm environment negative dissipation non-resolvable scales observed occurred Oklahoma positive dissipation Pressure Layer mb Pressure-time cross section rawinsonde data Red River Valley resolution Robertson and Smith scale environment scale interactions scales of motion section of area-averaged sonde southeastern special network storm scale studies subsynoptic-scale subvolume synoptic scale Table Texas panhandle thunderstorms tion total analysis region troposphere Tsui and Kung unresolvable scales upper level wind upper troposphere V-kV vertical flux divergence vertical motion Vertical Total wind maximum