author = "Ram{\'{\i}}rez, Enver Ramirez Manuel Amador and Camayo Maita, 
                         Rosio Del Pilar",
                title = "Balances in the atmosphere and ocean: implications for forecasting 
                         and reliability",
            booktitle = "Towards mathematics, computers and environment: a disasters 
            publisher = "Springer Nature",
                 year = "2019",
               editor = "Santos, Leonardo Bacelar Lima and Negri, Rog{\'e}rio Galante and 
                         Carvalho, Tiago Jos{\'e} de",
                pages = "37--58",
              address = "Cham, Switzerland",
             keywords = "forecasting, balance, atmosphere, oceans.",
             abstract = "Scale interactions between a variety of motions in the atmosphere 
                         and ocean have many theoretical and practical implications from 
                         predictability at the weather scales to reliability at the slow 
                         seasonal and climate scales. Two classes of wavy motions are 
                         prominent at the hydrostatic limit, for instance: the fast 
                         inertia-gravity waves and the slow Rossby waves. Although only 
                         Rossby waves are believed to be of direct meteorological 
                         significance, neglecting the fast oscillations may corrupt 
                         numerical integrations leading to unrealistic results and 
                         eventually to a complete model crash. Reliability of long seasonal 
                         and climate scales depends upon a proper representation of, at 
                         least, the statistics of the weather scale phenomena under given 
                         boundary conditions. The predictability of the weather scale 
                         phenomena, on the other hand, depends on the proper evolution of 
                         the system from a given initial condition. It has long been shown 
                         that a balance between stringent and permissive control of the 
                         high-frequency oscillations can allow improvements to weather 
                         forecasting. Behind these concepts are the ways by which Rossby 
                         waves can interact, horizontally and vertically, with 
                         high-frequency oscillations, or with other slow frequency 
                         oscillations and even with topography. Thus, in the present work 
                         we make a review of Rossby wave theory, considering its generation 
                         mechanisms and their interactions, including a brief discussion of 
                         some applications for the atmosphere.",
          affiliation = "{Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                  doi = "doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21205-6_1",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21205-6_1",
                 isbn = "978-3-030-21204-9 and {978-3-030-21205-6 (eBook)}",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "Balances_in_the_Atmosphere_and_Ocean.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "19 abr. 2021"