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Raspodjela tlaka zraka duž merdijana 100° i 180°


Title (Dublin Core)

hrv Raspodjela tlaka zraka duž merdijana 100° i 180°
eng Profiles of mean sea-level pressure along the 100th meridian east and 180th meridian

Description (Dublin Core)

eng The presented profiles of the mean sea-level pressure in high latitudes (including the North and the South Pole) are based on the observed data. In this way in the cold part of the year on the northern hemisphere along the 180th meridian it has been possible to note that the highest air pressure is not centered at the North Pole but about 15° to the south. It is the effect of influence of Islandic minimum, so that the air pressure in the Northern Pacific is still on the rise. In summer because of strong thermal influence of Asia, it is demonstrated that the subtropical high-pressure belt over that part of the northern hemisphere does not exist at all.

Creator (Dublin Core)

Filipčić, Anita

Subject (Dublin Core)

hrv tlak zraka; geografska dužina
eng air pressure; longitude

Publisher (Dublin Core)

Andrija Mohorovicic Geophysical Institute

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ISSN 0352-3659 (Print)
ISSN 1846-6346 (Online)
Volume 8
Issue 1

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