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Record #29840:

Upper air over the Antarctic / W.L. Hofmeyr.

Title: Upper air over the Antarctic / W.L. Hofmeyr.
Author(s): Hofmeyr, W. L.
Date: 1957.
Publisher: Pretoria: South Africa. Weather Bureau, Department of Transport
In: Meteorology of the Antarctic. (1957.),
Abstract: From a study of mean geopotential heights, geostrophic flow, temperature gradients, surface inversions, tropospheric and stratospheric lapse rates, geopotential and wind variations, etc., it is concluded that the free air circulation and characteristics are simple and depend largely on latitude.
Notes:

In: Meteorology of the Antarctic / M.P. van Rooy, ed.

Keywords: 551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.587 -- Climate, upper atmosphere.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 29840

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