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At that time computers were very crude, and the resolution of models was far short of that necessary to expose the small-scale limitations of quasi-geostrophic theory. However, they have proved very useful for understanding the processes governing the evolution of extra-tropical weather systems, where quantitative accuracy is not required, [Pedlosky (1987)]. 4. The first step is to define an inversion procedure for calculating h,u and v from Qg. 69) This is an constant coefficient elliptic equation for h.

It is relevant because of the assumption of small aspect ratio. We consider only the case of plane geometry since the aim is to illustrate concepts rather than derive results directly applicable to the real system. Large-scale atmosphere flow 22 The equations are written as Du dh , £ + ' £ + '• = <>• (2 21) ' f+V-(/»)=„. Here u = («,w) is the velocity vector and h is the fluid depth. / is the Coriolis parameter which is in general a function of position. The equations are to be solved in a closed region T g 1Z2 with boundary conditions u • n = 0.

4 Slow solutions on small scales In this section we assume Fr