ISSN 1000-0526
CN 11-2282/P

Volume 15,Issue 2,1989 Table of Contents

  • Display Type:
  • Text List
  • Abstract List
  • 1  The characters of spatial-temporal variation of the Antarctic ice coverage and its effects on the atmospheric circulation
    赵汉光 姬菊枝
    1989, 15(2):3-8. DOI: 10.7519/j.issn.1000-0526.1989.02.001
    [Abstract](458) [HTML](0) [PDF 617.57 K](447)
    Abstract:
    The charaters of spatial-temporal variation of the polar ice are analysed using the Antarctic ice coverage area data of 1973-1982. A spectralanalysis has been made to determine the changes of the polar ice in the increasing and melting processes.It is shown that there exists a main os-ciallation in a period of 8.2 weeks in these processes for the total polar ice.The maximum rate of polar ice increasing and melting occurred res-spectively between May and June as well as November and December (in the Northern Hemisphere).Al the same Lime, it is found that the variation of the Antarctic ice coverage exerted a significant impact on the positional variations of the ridge line of the subtropical high over the northwest Pacific and of the tropical cyclones landing China.
    2  Two kinds of new artificial catalysts to cold clouds
    张铮
    1989, 15(2):9-14. DOI: 10.7519/j.issn.1000-0526.1989.2.002
    [Abstract](530) [HTML](0) [PDF 629.43 K](457)
    Abstract:
    A AC and PA are two kind of organic compounds. Acetyl Acetone Copper and Phthalic Anhydride. They were chosen among over thirty kinds of organic compounds based on the experiments on their performance in ice nucleation via a cold chamber at Beijing University. They are approved by the expert concerned in Wuhan, in April of 1984.A comprehensive decriplion is given here on AAC and PA, including their performance in ice nucleation,physical and chemical property,poiso-onusness,price.the materials from which they are made and the method the by which the particles are generated as well as several experiments in the field.
    3  The distribution of the apparent temperature in winter and the amount of clothing in keeping warm for people
    冯定原 邱新法 傅玮东
    1989, 15(2):15-21. DOI: 10.7519/j.issn.1000-0526.1989.02.003
    [Abstract](450) [HTML](0) [PDF 674.03 K](425)
    Abstract:
    The distributions of monthly mean apparent temperature in winter (Dec.-Feb.)in China and its relationship with the amount of clothing in keeping warm for people are discussed here, based on the concept of thermal equilibrium in human body as well as on the theory on apparent temperature intiated by the famous American bio-meteor otogist, R. G. Steadman.
    4  A study on Z-I relationship in different types of rain over Ningxia plain
    吴兑 刘永政
    1989, 15(2):22-26. DOI: 10.7519/j.issn.1000-0526.1989.2.004
    [Abstract](451) [HTML](0) [PDF 432.45 K](539)
    Abstract:
    It is the most common method to use radar reflectivity factor in quantitatively measuring rainfall amount. Based on the calculations of data of 4618 ground raindrop spectra collected from 7 observation stations over Ningxia plain during June to September in 1983, Z-I relationships in different types of rain in this region have been obtained.In addition, the effect of quantitative measuerment of precipitation with these relationships in this region is tested, and the mean relative error is about 30%.

    Current Issue


    Volume , No.

    Table of Contents

    Archive

    Volume

    Issue

    Most Read

    Most Cited

    Most Downloaded

    WeChat

    Mobile website