Synoptic-Dynamic Meteorology in Midlatitudes: Volume II: by Howard B. Bluestein

By Howard B. Bluestein

Synoptic meteorology, the learn of large-scale climate platforms and forecasting utilizing statement, and dynamic meteorology, the learn of the legislation of physics occupied with air stream, are taken care of during this significant new textual content in volumes. the writer, a meteorologist famous for his examine on tornadoes and serious storms, dependent his paintings on fabric he has taught for the prior 14 years on the collage of Oklahoma. There are not any sleek texts at the subject. quantity II covers the formation, movement and climatology of extratropical climate structures within the context of the quasigeostrophic thought and "IPV" considering, the formation and constitution of fronts and jets, purposes of semigeostrophic concept, and the saw constitution and dynamics of precipitation platforms in midlatitudes.

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17 None of these pro-Japanese works had wide currency in the United States. In contrast, mass media (such as Time, Life, and Fortune), humanitarian organizations (such as the American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, the China Aid Council, and the Church Committee for China Relief), and public figures—such as Madame Chiang Kai-shek (Song Meiling), Pearl Buck, and Henry Luce—all argued the righteousness of the Chinese position. 8 million subscribers in 1941. 25 million in 1941.

25 AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN HUMANITARIANS IN NANJING Numbers, however, do not fully attest to the experience of the residents of Nanjing and its environs, though many did not remain long enough to witness the full extent of the suffering. 26 The foreigners who stayed in Nanjing sought to rescue its residents and to win international support for their efforts by publicizing their devastation and suffering. Smythe’s survey in particular was aimed at achieving this objective. The Nanjing International Relief Committee sponsored two more surveys after Smythe’s in order to provide accurate information on the violence and its aftermath: Crop Investigation in the Nanking Area and Sundry Economic Data and The Nanking Population: Employment, Earnings and Expenditures.

41 In 1936, he fled to Shanghai, where he met Chinese intellectuals, many of whom had studied in Japan, including Lu Xun. 42 The Nanjing government made no reply for more than three months, during which time Kaji and his wife were hiding in Shanghai, trying to elude both the hostile Chinese public and the Japanese military police and its local collaborators. 43 In November, after Kaji and his wife escaped to Hong Kong, where he contributed articles opposing Japanese aggression in China to leftist media outlets such as Xinhua ribao, Jiuwang ribao, and Qiyue.

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