[gradsusr] Meridional Circularion
davide.sacchetti at arpal.gov.it
Mon Oct 8 07:56:29 EDT 2018
I'm afraid you should consider Wwnd and Vwnd.
If Wwnd is in Pa/s you should change its sign, furthermore you could
amplify its value in order to see the meridional circulation
On Mon, 2018-10-08 at 16:10 +0800, Joseph Basconcillo wrote:
> Hi, all:
> I would like to plot the meridional circulation from 1000 hPa to 200
> hPa to capture the Hadley Cell.
> I have UWND and VWND. Plotting these variables would be as follows:
> 'open uwnd.ctl'
> 'open vwnd.ctl'
> 'set z 1 23'
> 'set lat 0 50'
> 'define a=ave(uwnd.1,lon=100, lon=260)'
> 'define b=ave(vwnd.2,lon=100, lon=260)'
> 'd a;b'
> Now, "d a;b" only plots the vector wind in height-latitude cross
> section. So, it does not correspond to vertical wind profile. I have
> been reading queries in the forum but it seems there is no proposed
> solution yet. Can you show me if you have proposed solution to this?
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