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Wind Provinces

Nature volume 92, pages 478479 (25 December 1913) | Download Citation

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SEVERAL meteorologists have shown recently that the wind directions in the neighbourhood of cyclones and anticyclones are not of the simple nature that is sometimes supposed. Indeed it would seem that at any moment, if we consider an area large enough, the winds may be separated into distinct provinces over which they blow with great steadiness as regards direction.

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