Publications by Edward Norton Lorenz
1950: Dynamic models illustrating the energy balance of the atmosphere. J. Meteor., 7, 30-38. 1951: Seasonal and irregular variations of the northern hemisphere sea-level pressure profile. J. Meteor., 8, 52-59. 1952: Flow of angular momentum as a predictor for the zonal westerlies. J. Meteor., 9, 152-157. 1953: The interaction between a mean flow and random disturbances. Tellus, 3, 238-250. 1953: A proposed explanation for the existence of two regimes of flow in a rotating symmetrically-heated cylindrical vessel. Fluid Models in Geophysics, Proc. 1st Sympos. Models in Geophys. Fluid Dynamics, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins U., 73-80. 1953: A multiple-index notation for describing atmospheric transport processes. Geophys. Res. Papers, 24, 100-110. 1953: Displacement and intensification associated with variations of local angular momentum. Geophys. Res. Papers, 24, 164-170. 1953: The vertical extent of Jupiter's Atmosphere. Geophys. Res. Papers, 24, 123-127. 1954: A study of the general circulation and a possible theory suggested by it. Sci. Proc. Internat. Assoc. Meteor., Rome, 603-608. 1955: Available potential energy and the maintenance of the general circulation. Tellus, 7, 271-281. 1955: Generation of available potential energy and the intensity of the general circulation. Scientific Report No. 1, UCLA, Dept. of Meteorology, July 1955. 1956: Empirical orthogonal functions and statistical weather prediction. Scientific Report No. 1, Statistical Forecasting Project. Air Force Research Laboratories, Office of Aerospace Research, USAF, Bedford, MA,
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