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4 It is often useful to express the hydrostatic equation in terms of the geopotential rather than the geometric height. 28) Thus, the variation in geopotential with respect to pressure depends only on temperature. 29) Here is the geopotential height, where is the global average of gravity at mean sea level. Thus, in the troposphere and lower stratosphere, Z is numerically almost identical to the geometric height z. 30) where ZT is the thickness of the atmospheric layer between the pressure surfaces p2 and p1.
15) of the text? m with latitude 60°, u = 0, v = 80 m/s. What is different from case (a)? By varying the run time, see if you can determine how long it takes for the particle to make a full circuit in each case, and compare this to the time given in Eq. 24) for ϕ = 60°. 2. 1, compare the magnitudes of the lateral deflection for ballistic missiles fired eastward and westward at 43° latitude. Each missile is launched at a velocity of 1000 ms−1 and travels 1000km. Explain your results. Can the curvature term be neglected in these cases?