dynamic climatology

dynamic climatology

[dī¦nam·ik ‚klī·mə′täl·ə·jē]
(climatology)
The climatology of atmospheric dynamics and thermodynamics, that is, a climatological approach to the study and explanation of atmospheric circulation.
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In the mid-twentieth century Tor Bergeron, an acolyte of the Bergen school of meteorology, defined a 'dynamic climatology' which supplemented statistical means with detailed explanations of air masses, fronts and other thermodynamic factors influencing the climate.
The Arctic Climate System will join two other Barry volumes, Mountain Weather and Climate (1992) and Synoptic and Dynamic Climatology (2001; co-authored with A.M.

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