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Circles represent the center points of rectangles in those figures. 34 FUJITA spawned it. However, in classifications that separate scales by 3 orders of magnitude, two or more disturbances in a sequence are likely to be included in one scale, resulting, for example, in an extratropical cyclone and a mesocyclone together in one scale, and a tornado and a suction vortex together in another scale. REFERENCES Agee, E. , J. T. Snow, F. S. Nickerson, P. R. Clare, C. R. Church, and C. A. Schaal, 1977: An observational study of the West Lafayette, Indiana, tornado of March 20, 1976.
08 s-1. " On the basis of his research on radar storm echoes collected at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Weather Radar Research Project, Ligda (19S1, p. hat radar will provide useful information concerning the structure and behavior of that portion of the atmosphere which is not covered by either micro- or synoptic-meteorological studies. We have already observed with radar that precipitation formulations which are undoubtedly of significance occur on a scale too gross to be observed from a single station, yet too small to appear even on sectional synoptic charts.
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