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Note that 1 e = 2 VFr~ =. 45) Thus e «; 1 if either Fr C 1 or Ro < 1. Using the condition e

14) has magnitude (U/L)2A/H, the second term has magnitude f2A/H and the third term has magnitude N2L~2HA. 16) are valid if either the Rossby number Ro = U/(fL) or the Froude number Fr = U/(NH) is small. This book is concerned only with such cases. Much more detailed presentations of these arguments are given in the articles contained in [Norbury and Roulstone (2002)]. In the atmosphere a typical horizontal wind speed is 10ms - 1 , while a maximum value is about 100ms - 1 . A mid-latitude value of / is 10~ 4 s _ 1 .

In [Hoskins (1975)] additional approximations are made. These are not valid on large scales, but allow the equations to be solved relatively easily. We will use these additional approximations to illustrate various aspects of the behaviour of the solutions. 20 Large-scale atmosphere flow (ii) It appears strange that only the horizontal momentum is approximated, not the trajectory. This choice retains energetic consistency, which is essential in proving that the equations can be solved for large times.