By Roger Daley
Functionality becoming -- the tactic of successive corrections -- Statistical interpolation : univariate -- Statistical interpolation : multivariate -- The initialization challenge -- Quasi-geostrophic constraints -- Variational systems -- basic mode initialization : concept -- basic mode initialization : purposes -- Dynamic initialization -- non-stop facts assimilation -- destiny instructions
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This was 66 years ago. It certainly is still interesting-and still true-today. Acknowledgments Expeditions into archives need assistance. It is my pleasure to thank I. Bemlochner (Oberpfaffenhofen), M. Dominger (Vienna), G. Hartjenstein (Munich), D. Intes (Paris), and H. Lejeniis (Stockholm) for their help in obtaining copies of some of the referenced articles and biographical information. 27 H. C. Davies (Zurich), M. A. Shapiro (Boulder), and A. J. Thorpe (Reading) provided valuable encouragement, and words of caution, during the early phase of this historical research.
He was a professor in Innsbruck from 1910 to 1917 and then director of the Zentralanstalt and professor of physics of the earth in Vienna. He pioneered numerical weather forecasting by evaluating the surface pressure tendency for a geostrophically balanced flow with a climatologically determined thermal forcing before 1908, published a textbook on dynamical meteorology in 1917, undertook rotating tank experiments to study analogies of tornados as well as the general circulation with embedded cyclones, and attempted to explain cyclogenesis by the interaction between the westerlies and cold air outbreaks from polar regions (see Shields 1995, 1-3).
Recognizing that this "actual contact with practice [praxis]" resulted in a discovery that had implications both for theory and for practice, Bj erknes came to believe that close contact between theoretical dynamic meteorology and daily practical forecasting was essential for the progress of both. Practical methods ought to be based on a physical understanding of the atmosphere, and concepts and insight arising from the study of weather maps and of actual weather phenomena could provide direction and enrich theoretical inquiry.
Atmospheric data analysis by Roger Daley