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2. 2. 1, is supported by a comparison shown in Fig. 1 of observed climatological global pressure fields with climatic fronts and cyclones from Blüthgen (1966), shown in Fig. 2 observed global cloud amounts, and shown in Fig. 3 global cloud amounts simulated with a modern general circulation model (GCM). 1. Global pressure field and dynamic structure of the atmosphere in January. 1) Regions of high pressure; 2) low-pressure troughs; 3) Arctic; and 4) Polar climatological fronts in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres; 5) Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ); and 6) its North and South branches (NITCZ and SITCZ).
11) into expression (Eqn. 5. 13b) and all the parameters with overbar are calculated with the mean radius ri . The last three terms in (Eqn. 12a) are the corrections due to diffraction wave effects. After integration over the size spectrum, the accuracy of ADT approximation may increase relative to its accuracy for a single particle since the phase shift between the rays passing through the particle and outside is smoothed due to differences in the particle sizes. Thus, (Eqn. 12a–d) can be applicable for many particle types including drops, crystals, and aerosols.
3 (kindly provided by Yuxing Yun) shows global cloud distribution simulated with the use of the coupled CAM-IMPACT climate model described in Yun and Penner (2012). , 1998). A comparison of Figs. 3 shows that the features of global fields of pressure, winds, and climatic fronts (Fig. 1), and cloudiness (Fig. 2) at present are sufficiently well reproduced by the general circulation model (GCM) (Fig. 3). 16 Clouds and Their Properties Since maxima of ascending velocities and advection rates are located in the climatic cyclones and fronts (Fig.