2 edition of glacial anticyclones found in the catalog.
William Herbert Hobbs
|Statement||by William Herbert Hobbs ... with an introduction by Hugh Robert Mill ...|
|Series||University of Michigan studies. Scientific series -- vol. IV, University of Michigan studies -- v. 14.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
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Get this from a library. The glacial anticyclones; the poles of the atmospheric circulation. [William Herbert Hobbs] -- History of polar wind observations; theory and data on relationship of inland ice and atmospheric circulation.
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History Of Polar Wind Observations, Theory And Data On Relationship Of Inland Ice And Atmospheric Circulation. University Cited by: Get this from a library. The glacial anticyclones the poles of the atmospheric circulation. [William Herbert Hobbs] -- History of polar wind observations; theory and data on relationship of inland ice and atmospheric circulation.
A theory developed by the geologist W. Hobbs, who had studied in some detail the glaciology of Greenland and elsewhere, the Glacial Anticyclone Theory (or Hobb's Theory) postulated that the anticyclonic highs that often glacial anticyclones book a semipermanent position over continental ice sheets (Greenland, Antarctica) constitute principal centers of action providing energy for the world atmospheric.
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Abstract. As I happen to be the author of a sentence quoted by Prof. Hobbs (NATURE, Dec. 25, p. ) from a review in the Geographical Journal (Sept.
) of his recent book on the glacial anticyclones book anticyclones, may I be permitted to point out that an essential word is omitted from the quotation and that Prof.
Hobbs thus misrepresents what I wrote. The Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) was the most recent time during the Last Glacial Period that ice sheets were at their greatest extent. Vast ice sheets covered much of North America, Northern Europe, and Asia and profoundly affected Earth's climate by causing drought, desertification, and a large drop in sea levels.
According to Clark et al, growth of ice sheets commenced 33, years ago and. issued then under the title, The Glacial Anticyclones (14). The Antarctic data of most significance had been those observed over the inland ice by sledging parties, and these clearly revealed the Antarctic anticyclones.
These winds had not, however, been taken account of by the professional. Glacioaeolian processes, sediments, and landforms are a critical component of glacial and periglacial systems. Their forms range from extensive dune systems, cover samples, thick loess successions, to thin veneers of silts and sands that drape glacial and periglacial landforms, and erosion hankins-farms.com by: 2.
The oldest glacial advance occurred in the Namaras Valley at the end of the Last Glacial Maximum (± ka, ka: thousands years ago) and is recorded entirely by the sequence of hummocky. Would you like to receive an alert when new items match your search.
Climate simulations for the Last Glacial Maximum using general circulation models typically show a glacial anticyclone that produced an easterly wind anomaly south of Cited by: Mar 13, · The Earth sciences are highly visual. Therefore, photographs and artwork are a very important part of an introductory book.
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