1966-02-01

Synoptic Analysis of Clear Air Turbulence 660177

It is hypothesized that frontal surfaces between air masses of differing characteristics are the source of much of the clear air turbulence encountered by aircraft in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. These fronts can be detected on detailed soundings as adiabatic zones of mixing and traced over geographic areas by isentropic analysis.

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