On the formulation of a nonlinear atmospheric tidal theory from the meteorological primitive equations
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The theory of atmospheric tides is derived from the meteorological primitive equations by means of a perturbation expansion in Rossby number. Separation of the system for the first order variables into the standard horizontal and vertical structure equations of tidal theory is effected.
KeywordsStructure Equation Vertical Structure Order Variable Primitive Equation Perturbation Expansion
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