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Posted by Mike Ross on 27 Feb 02, 9:56 MT
Is there a way to relate isobaric levels to altitude? What I am trying to find out is; at what altitude does a given isobaric level start? I am making the assumption that these levels can vary their altitude depending on conditions. For instance in ruc236 wind components and temperature have 37 isobaric levels. I would like to find out at what altitude these levels start at. Thanks
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