Are there higher-accuracy analogues of semigeostrophic theory?


M.E.McIntyre and I.Roulstone
Centre for Atmospheric Science at the
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge
and
Joint Centre for Mesoscale Meteorology
(Met Office and University of Reading)
Article to appear late 2002 in Large-scale Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics: II: Geometric Methods and Models, ed. I. Roulstone & J. Norbury, Cambridge University Press. Also Internal Report No. 128 and NWP Scientific Paper No. 61 of the Joint Centre for Mesoscale Meteorology.

The complete article, as finally sent to press in June 2001 and incorporating the tutorial material from the 1996 report, plus various updates and a primer in Kähler and hyper-Kähler geometry, can be downloaded as an uncompressed postscript file (652 Kb) from here or as a gzipped postscript file (247 Kb) from here.


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