Modelling balance of the earth angle moment, atmospheric processes and radiowaveguides: Advanced non-stationary theory

Authors: A.V. Glushkov, S.V. Ambrosov, Yu.Ya. Bunyakova, V.F. Mansarliysky

Year: 2014

Issue: 15

Pages: 59-64


There are presented the elements of an advanced non-stationary theory of the global mechanisms in the atmosphere low frequency processes, the Earth angle moment balance, teleconnection effects, and the radio-waveguides.

Tags: atmospheric models; Earth angle moment balance; GeoMath; microsystem technology; teleconnection


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