Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
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Ertel potential vorticity versus Bernoulli streamfunction on Mars
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Eric Stansifer, Paul O'Gorman, Jareth Holt
Large-eddy simulations over Germany using ICON: A comprehensive evaluation
Rieke Heinze, Anurag Dipankar, Cintia Carbajal-Henken, Christopher Moseley, Odran Sourdeval, Silke Trömel, Xinxin Xie, Panos Adamidis, Felix Ament, Holger Baars, Christian Barthlott, Andreas Behrendt, Ulrich Blahak, Sebastian Bley, Slavko Brdar, Matthias Brueck, Susanne Crewell, Hartwig Deneke, Paolo Di Girolamo, Raquel Evaristo, Jürgen Fischer, Christopher Frank, Petra Friederichs, Tobias Göcke, Ksenia Gorges, Luke Hande, Mroitz Hanke, Akio Hansen, Hans-Christian Hege, Corinna Hoose, Thomas Jahns, Norbert Kalthoff, Daniel Klocke, Stefan Kneifel, Peter Knippertz, Alexander Kuhn, Thriza van Laar, Andreas Macke, Vera Maurer, Bernhard Mayer, Catrin Meyer, Shravan Muppa, Roel Neggers, Emiliano Orlandi, Florian Pantillon, Bernhard Pospichal, Niklas Röber, Leonhard Scheck, Axel Seifert, Patric Seifert, Fabian Senf, Pavan Siligam, Clemens Simmer, Sandra Steinke, Bjorn Stevens, Kathrin Wapler, Michael Weniger, Volker Wulfmeyer, Gunther Zängl,Dan Zhang, Johannes Quaas
On upstream blocking over heated mountain ridges
A reassessment of temperature variations and trends from global reanalyses and monthly surface climatological datasets
Adrian Simmons, Paul Berrisford, Dick Dee, Hans Hersbach, Shoji Hirahara, Jean-Noel Thepaut
The Megha-Tropiques mission: day 1 algorithms
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