Modulations in the leading edges of midlatitude storm tracks

Abstract

Downstream development is a term encompassinga variety of effects relating to the propagation of storm systems at midlatitude. We investigate a mechanism behind downstream development and study how wave propagation is affected by varying several physical parameters. We then develop a multiple scales modulation theory based on processes in the leading edge of propagating fronts to examine the effect of nonlinearity and weak variation in the background flow. Detailed comparisons are made with numerical experiments for a simple model system.

Publication
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics
Roy Goodman
Roy Goodman
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences

My research interests include dynamical systems and nonlinear waves, vortex dynamics, quantum graphs, and network inference

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