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The atmosphere, of course, has to be still. 30 H. N. Dutta, Pawan K. C. Deb et al. Figure 14. Isobaric contours of surface msl recorded on January 22, 2002 indicate high Pressure zone (marked as H) around the ship position. Figure 15. The sea ice erosion along the eastern coast of Antarctica has been severe in the months of January-March, 2002. Sreenivasan and Majumdar (2006). This support is available for the synoptic pictures as seen in Figure 14. It is clear from this figure that there was indeed a high pressure area or zone between two consecutive cyclones.
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