The Principle of Distant Persistence and Associated Relationships as a Basis for Long-range Predictions View Full Text


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DATE

1966

AUTHORS

I. I. Schell

ABSTRACT

The author recommends the use of physical principles as a basis for long-range weather prediction. One of these principles is distant persistence. He succeeded in forecasting weather in an area adjacent to the region where he had investigated persistence. The method is explained by means of two examples.

PAGES

152-153

Book

TITLE

Probleme der Wettervorhersage / Problems of Weather Forecasting

ISBN

978-3-211-80778-1
978-3-7091-5780-0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-5780-0_16

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