Processes representable by Newtonian cooling models are found to be of importance for tides in various planetary atmospheres. The equations of tidal theory are, therefore, rederived to include a rather general Newtonian cooling, and some of the effects of this inclusion are investigated.
KeywordsAtmosphere Planetary Atmosphere Cool Model Newtonian Cool Tidal Theory
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