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by Hess Sl

  • Author: Hess Sl
  • ISBN: 0030057450
  • ISBN13: 978-0030057458
  • ePub: 1200 kb | FB2: 1642 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Environment
  • Publisher: International Thomson Publishing (January 2000)
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His work titled Introduction to theoretical meteorology was published in 1959; it was reprinted in 1979. He died from complications following surgery for cancer. He died from complications following surgery for cancer References. a b Hess, Seymour L. (February 1950).

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Introduction to Theoretical MeteorologyBy Prof. cle{lM, title {Theoretical Meteorology}, author {ROBERT P. Pearce}, journal {Nature}, year {1961}, volume {191}, pages {314-315} }. Pp. xiv + 362. (New York: Henry Holt and Company; London: Constable and C. Lt. 1959.

In meteorology, streamlines are gradient flow lines that can be drawn for any instant on a synoptic chart, thus representing winds blowing parallel to the horizontal isobars and normal to the gradient pressure. The flow is normally variable from moment to moment, but if it maintains the same pattern it is called a steady flow or steady-state flow ( Fig.