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Outgoing Long-wave Radiation from Indian Stations

Naturevolume 207pages852853 (1965) | Download Citation



IN recent months average values have been available to us of outgoing long-wave radiation recorded by Tiros IV for the equatorial region between 50° E. to 110° E. and 20° N. to 20° S. These observations were obtained through the courtesy of Mr. P. Krishna Rao, of the U.S. Weather Bureau. They represent averages for 5-day periods in the pre-monsoon months of April, May and June 1962, and are shown in Fig. 1 in langleys/min.

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  1. 1

    Das, P. K., Tellus, 14, 2, 212 (1962).

  2. 2

    Bryson, R. A., Dept. Meteorol.,Univ. Wisconsin (personal communication).

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  1. Meteorological Office, Lodi Road, New Delhi, 3, India

    • M. G. GUPTA


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