By Stephen J. Mackwell, Amy A. Simon-Miller, Jerald W. Harder, Mark A. Bullock
Deducing the preliminary stipulations for those assorted worlds and unraveling how and why they diverged to their present climates is a problem on the vanguard of planetary technological know-how. during the contributions of greater than sixty major specialists within the box, Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets units forth the principles for this rising new technological know-how and brings the reader to the vanguard of our present figuring out of atmospheric formation and weather evolution. specific emphasis is given to surface-atmosphere interactions, evolving stellar flux, mantle techniques, photochemistry, and interactions with the interplanetary setting, all of which impression the climatology of terrestrial planets. From this cornerstone, either present pros and such a lot specially new scholars are dropped at the edge, allowing the following new release of recent advances in our personal sunlight approach and beyond.
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Part III: Clouds, Hazes, and Precipitation
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2011) at about the same latitude as the descending branch of the hemispheric meridional circulation (Imamura and Hashimoto, 1998). Above the clouds, the east-west zonal flow gives way to the subsolar-antisolar winds generated by (b) Fig. 1. See Plate 7 for color version. (a) Venus in reflected UV sunlight. Acquired on February 26, 1979, by the Pioneer Venus Orbiter. The distinctive tilted bands at the cloudtops (68 km) are produced by low wavenumber planetary waves that circle the planet in about four days.
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