New CIAI’s seminar: Free barotropic Rossby waves as drivers of the NAFDI variations, the Saharan Heat Low and the dust outbreaks towards the Atlantic and the Mediterranean
On 19 May 2016 at 13:00, Ángel J. Gómez-Peláez (CIAI-AEMET) imparted the seminar entitled “Free barotropic Rossby waves as drivers of the NAFDI variations, the Saharan Heat Low and the dust outbreaks towards the Atlantic and the Mediterranean” at the Izaña Atmospheric Research Center’s Offices in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The speaker presented results corresponding to the second half of an article recently published in the scientific review Atmopheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, as well as an introduction about the quasi-geostrophic theory and the Rossby waves. The results corresponding to the first half of that article had been already presented in a CIAI’s seminar that held in December 2015 (click here to access to the news about that seminar).
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