<HTML> <HEAD> <META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="Corel WordPerfect 8"> <TITLE></TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY TEXT="#000000" LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#551a8b" ALINK="#ff0000" BGCOLOR="#ffffff"> <P><STRONG>PUBLICATIONS</STRONG></P> <P>1. (1965) On the asymmetric diurnal tide. <EM>Pure &amp; Appl. Geophys.</EM>, <STRONG>62</STRONG>, 142-147.</P> <P>2. R.S. Lindzen and R.M. Goody (1965). Radiative and photochemical processes in mesospheric dynamics: Part I. Models for radiative and photochemical processes. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>22</STRONG>, 341-348. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/raphprmdy1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>3. (1965) The radiative-photochemical response of the mesosphere to fluctuations in radiation. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>22</STRONG>, 469-478. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/rpremeflra.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>4. (1966) Radiative and photochemical processes in mesospheric dynamics: Part II. Vertical propagation of long period disturbances at the equator. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>23</STRONG>, 334-343. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/rpprIIpdeq.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>5. (1966) Radiative and photochemical processes in mesospheric dynamics. Part III. Stability of a zonal vortex at midlatitudes to axially symmetric disturbances. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>23</STRONG>, 344-349. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/rpprIIIasd.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>6. (1966) Radiative and photochemical processes in mesospheric dynamics. Part IV. Stability of a zonal vortex at midlatitudes to baroclinic waves. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>23</STRONG>, 350-359. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/rpprivbrwv.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>7. (1966) On the theory of the diurnal tide. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>94</STRONG>, 295-301. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/7_diur~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>8. (1966) Crude estimate for the zonal velocity associated with the diurnal temperature oscillation in the thermosphere. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>71</STRONG>, 865-870.</P> <P>9. (1966) On the relation of wave behavior to source strength and distribution in a propagating medium. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>23</STRONG>, 630-632. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/wbhsostdst.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>10. (1966) Turbulent convection -- Malkus theory. <EM>Proc. NCAR Thermal Convection Colloquium.</EM> <STRONG>NCAR Tech. Note 24</STRONG>.</P> <P>11. (1967) Thermally driven diurnal tide in the atmosphere. <EM>Q.J. Roy. Met. Soc.</EM>, <STRONG>93</STRONG>, 18-42.</P> <P>12. (1967) Diurnal velocity oscillation in the thermosphere -- reconsidered. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>72</STRONG>, 1591-1598.</P> <P>13. (1967) On the consistency of thermistor measurements of upper air temperatures. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>24</STRONG>, 317-318. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/thmsupatmp.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>14. (1967) Mesosphere. In <EM>The Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences and Astrogeology</EM>, R. Fairbridge, ed. Reinhold Pub. Co., New York, pp 556-559.</P> <P>15. R.S. Lindzen and D.J. McKenzie (1967). Tidal theory with Newtonian cooling. <EM>Pure &amp; Appl. Geophys.</EM>, <STRONG>64</STRONG>, 90-96.</P> <P>16. (1967) Physical processes in the mesosphere. <EM>Proc. IAMAP Moscow Meeting on Dynamics of Large Scale Atmospheric Processes</EM>, A.S. Monin, ed.</P> <P>17. (1967) Lunar diurnal atmospheric tide. <EM>Nature</EM>, <STRONG>213</STRONG>, 1260-1261.</P> <P>18. (1967) Planetary waves on beta planes. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>95</STRONG>, 441-451. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/18_bet~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>19. (1968) The application of classical atmospheric tidal theory. <EM>Proc. Roy. Soc.</EM>, <STRONG>A</STRONG>, <STRONG>303</STRONG>, 299-316.</P> <P>20. (1968) Lower atmospheric energy sources for the upper atmosphere. <EM>Met. Mono.</EM>, <STRONG>9</STRONG>, 37-46.</P> <P>21. (1968) Rossby waves with negative equivalent depths -- comments on a note by G.A. Corby. <EM>Q.J. Roy. Met. Soc.</EM>, <STRONG>94</STRONG>, 402-407.</P> <P>22. R.S. Lindzen, E.S. Batten and J.W. Kim (1968). Oscillations in atmospheres with tops. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>96</STRONG>, 133-140. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/22_tops.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>23. R.S. Lindzen and J.R. Holton (1968). A note on Kelvin waves in the atmosphere. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>96</STRONG>, 385-386. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/23_kel~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>24. R.S. Lindzen and T. Matsuno (1968). On the nature of large scale wave disturbances in the equatorial lower stratosphere. <EM>J. Met. Soc. Japan</EM>, <STRONG>46</STRONG>, 215-221. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/24_LScaleWaveDistrb.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>25. R.S. Lindzen and J.R. Holton (1968). A theory of quasi-biennial oscillation. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>26</STRONG>, 1095-1107. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/qubieoscil.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>26. (1968) Vertically propagating waves in an atmosphere with Newtonian cooling inversely proportional to density. <EM>Can. J. Phys.</EM>, <STRONG>46</STRONG>, 1835-1840.</P> <P>27. (1968) Some speculations on the roles of critical level interactions between internal gravity waves and mean flows. In <EM>Acoustic Gravity Waves in the Atmosphere</EM>, T.M. Georges, ed. U.S. Government Printing Office.</P> <P>28. (1969) Data necessary for the detection and description of tides and gravity waves in the upper atmosphere. <EM>J. Atmos. Ter. Phys.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 449-456.</P> <P>29. R.S. Lindzen and S. Chapman (1969). Atmospheric tides. <EM>Sp. Sci. Revs.</EM>, <STRONG>10</STRONG>, 3-188. <a href="29_Atmos_Tides.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>30. R.S. Lindzen and H.L. Kuo (1969). A reliable method for the numerical integration of a large class of ordinary and partial differential equations. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>97</STRONG>, 732-734. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/30_lin~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>31. (1969) Vertical momentum transport by large scale disturbances of the equatorial lower stratosphere. <EM>J. Met. Soc. Japan.</EM>, <STRONG>48</STRONG>, 81-83.</P> <P>32. (1969) The latke, the hamantasch and the (m)oral crisis in the university. <EM>The Jewish Digest</EM>, <STRONG>15</STRONG>, 55-58. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/32_Latke.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>33. S. Chapman and R.S. Lindzen (1970). <EM>Atmospheric Tides</EM>, D. Reidel Press, Dordrecht, Holland, 200 pp. </P> <P>34. (1970) Internal equatorial planetary scale waves in shear flow. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>27</STRONG>, 394-407. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/eqplwvshfl.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>35. (1970) The application and applicability of terrestrial atmospheric tidal theory to Venus and Mars. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>27</STRONG>, 536-549. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/trattithvm.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>36. (1970) Mean heating of the thermosphere by tides. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>75</STRONG>, 6868-6871.</P> <P>37. (l970) Internal gravity waves in atmospheres with realistic dissipation and temperature: Part I. Mathematical development and propagation of waves into the thermosphere. <EM>Geophys. Fl. Dyn.</EM>, <STRONG>1</STRONG>, 303-355. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/37_IG_Waves_I.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>38. R.S. Lindzen and D. Blake (1971). Internal gravity waves in atmospheres with realistic dissipation and temperature: Part II. Thermal tides excited below the mesopause. <EM>Geophys. Fl. Dyn.</EM>, <STRONG>2</STRONG>, 31-61. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/38_IG_Waves_II.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>39. (1971) Internal gravity waves in atmospheres with realistic dissipation and temperature: Part III. Daily variations in the thermosphere. <EM>Geophys. Fl. Dyn.</EM>, <STRONG>2</STRONG>, 89-121. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/39_IG_Waves_III.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>40. (197l) Tides and gravity waves in the upper atmosphere. In <EM>Mesospheric Models and Related Experiments</EM>, G. Fiocco, ed., D. Reidel Pub., Dordrecht, Holland.</P> <P>41. (1971) Atmospheric Tides. <EM>Lec. in App. Math.</EM>, <STRONG>14</STRONG>, 293-362. </P> <P>42. (1971) Some aspects of atmospheric waves in realistic atmosphere. In <EM>Atmospheric Model Criteria</EM>, R.E. Smith and S.T. Wu, eds., Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA Report SP-305, pp. 71-90.</P> <P>43. (1971) Equatorial planetary waves in shear: Part I. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>28</STRONG>, 609-622. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/eqplwavshI.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>44. (1972) Equatorial planetary waves in shear: Part II. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>29</STRONG>, 1452-1463. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/eqplwvshII.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>45. (1972) Atmospheric tides. In <EM>Structure and Dynamics of the Upper Atmosphere</EM>, F. Verniani, ed., Elsevier, New York, pp. 21-88.</P> <P>46. R.S. Lindzen and D. Blake (1972). Lamb waves in the presence of realistic distributions of temperature and dissipation. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>7</STRONG>, 2166-2176.</P> <P>47. (1972) The 26 month oscillation in the atmosphere. In <EM>Geopaedia Encyclopedic Dictionary of Geosciences</EM>, Pergamon Press, New York.</P> <P>48. (1972) Atmospheric tides. In <EM>Geopaedia Encyclopedic Dictionary of Geosciences</EM>, Pergamon Press, New York. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/48_Tides.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>49. J.R. Holton and R.S. Lindzen (1972). An updated theory for the quasibiennial cycle of the tropical stratosphere. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>29</STRONG>, 1076-1080. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/qbicytrstr.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>50. (1973) Wave-mean flow interaction in the upper atmosphere. <EM>Bound. Lay. Met.</EM>, <STRONG>4</STRONG>, 327-343.</P> <P>51. (1973) Hydrodynamics of stratified fluids. <EM>Bound. Lay. Met.</EM>, <STRONG>4</STRONG>, 227-231.</P> <P>52. D. Blake and R.S. Lindzen (1973). Effect of photochemical models on calculated equilibria and cooling rates in the stratosphere. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>101</STRONG>, 738-802.</P> <P>53. J.R. Holton and R.S. Lindzen (1973). Internal gravity wave-mean wind interaction. <EM>Science</EM>, <STRONG>182</STRONG>, 85-86.</P> <P>54. R.S. Lindzen and S.S. Hong (1973). Equivalent gravity modes -- an interim evaluation. <EM>Geophys. Fl. Dyn.</EM>, <STRONG>4</STRONG>, 279-292.</P> <P>55. R.S. Lindzen and D. Will (1973). An analytic formula for heating due to ozone absorption. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>30</STRONG>, 513-515. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/fohtozabso.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>56. (1974) Wave-CISK and tropical meteorology. <EM>Proceedings Int'l. Trop. Met. Meeting, 1/31-2/7, Nairobi, Kenya</EM>. Amer. Met. Soc. Pub.</P> <P>57. (1974) Wave-CISK in the tropics. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 156-179. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/wvcisktrop.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>58. (1974) Wave-CISK and tropical spectra. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 1447-1449. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/wvcisktrsp.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>59. (1974) Stability of a Helmholtz velocity profile in a continuously stratified infinite Boussinesq fluid - applications to a clear air turbulence. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 1507-1514. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/sthelvelpr.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>60. S. Fels and R.S. Lindzen (1974). Interaction of thermally excited gravity waves with mean flows. <EM>Geophys. Fl. Dyn.</EM>, <STRONG>6</STRONG>, 149-191. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/60_Interac.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>61. R.S. Lindzen and S.S. Hong (1974). Effects of mean winds and horizonal temperature gradients on solar and lunar semidiurnal tides in the atmosphere. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 1421-1446. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/mnwitmgrti.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>62. (1975) Reply to comments by A. Hollingsworth. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>31</STRONG>, 1643.</P> <P>63. R.S. Lindzen and C.Y. Tsay (1975). Wave structure of tropical atmosphere over the Marshall Islands during 1 April - 1 July 1958. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>32</STRONG>, 2009-2021. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/63wast~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>64. R.S. Lindzen and S.S. Hong (1976) Reply to comments by M. Geller. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>33</STRONG>, 558. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/64repl~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>65. (1976) A modal decomposition of the semidiurnal tide in the lower atmosphere. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>81</STRONG>, 2923-2925.</P> <P>66. R.S. Lindzen and S.S. Hong (1976). Solar semidiurnal tide in the thermosphere. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>33</STRONG>, 135-153. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/sosetither.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>67. R.S. Lindzen and A.J. Rosenthal (1976). On the instability of Helmholtz velocity profiles in stably stratified fluids when a lower boundary is present. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>81</STRONG>, 1561-1571. <a href="67_Instab.Helmholz.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>68. R.S. Lindzen and K.K. Tung (1976). Banded convective activity and ducted gravity waves. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>104</STRONG>, 1602-1617. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/68bcna~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>69. E. Schneider and R.S. Lindzen (1976). A discussion of the parameterization of momentum exchange by cumulus convection. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>81</STRONG>, 3158-3160.</P> <P>70. E. Schneider and R.S. Lindzen (1976). On the influence of stable stratification on the thermally driven tropical boundary layer. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>33</STRONG>, 1301-1307. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/sstrtrobla.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>71. J. Forbes and R.S. Lindzen (1976). Atmospheric solar tides and their electrodynamic effects. Part I: The global Sq current system. <EM>J. Atmos. Ter. Phys.</EM>, <STRONG>38</STRONG>, 897-910.</P> <P>72. J. Forbes and R.S. Lindzen (1976). Atmospheric solar tides and their electrodynamic effects. Part II: The equatorial electrojet. <EM>J. Atmos. Ter. Phys.</EM>, <STRONG>38</STRONG>, 911-920.</P> <P>73. J. Forbes and R.S. Lindzen (1977). Atmospheric solar tides and their electrodynamic effects. Part III: The polarization electric field. <EM>J. Atmos. Ter. Phys.</EM>, <STRONG>38</STRONG>, 1369-1377.</P> <P>74. (1977) Some aspects of convection in meteorology. In <EM>Problems of Stellar Convection</EM>, J.P. Zahn, ed., Springer Verlag, New York, 128-141.</P> <P>75. R.S. Lindzen and B. Farrell (1977). Some realistic modifications of simple climate models. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>34</STRONG>, 1487-1501. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/remosiclmo.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>76. R.S. Lindzen, J. Forbes and S.S. Hong (1977). <EM>Semidiurnal Hough modes extensions and their application.</EM> Naval Research Lab. Memorandum. Rep. 3442, 65 pp.</P> <P>77. E. Schneider and R.S. Lindzen (1977). Axially symmetric steady state models of the basic state of instability and climate studies. Part I: Linearized calculations. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>34</STRONG>, 253-279. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/mobst1lcal.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>78. D. Stevens, R.S. Lindzen and L. Shapiro (1977). A new model of tropical waves incorporating momentum mixing by cumulus convection. <EM>Dyn. Atmos. and Oc.</EM>, <STRONG>1</STRONG>, 365-425. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/78trwa~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>79. (1978) Effect of daily variations of cumulonimbus activity on the atmospheric semidiurnal tide. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>106</STRONG>, 526-533. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/cuacatseti.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>80. (1979) Atmospheric Tides. <EM>Ann. Rev. Earth &amp; Plan. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>7</STRONG>, 199-225.</P> <P>81. R.S. Lindzen and K.K. Tung (1978). Wave overreflection and shear instability. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>35</STRONG>, 1626-1632. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/81waov~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>82. D. Stevens and R.S. Lindzen (1978). Tropical wave-CISK with a moisture budget and cumulus friction. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>35</STRONG>, 940-961. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/tropwvcisk.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>83. D. Stevens and R.S. Lindzen (1978). Tropical wave-CISK with cumulus friction. <EM>Proc. AMS Symp. on Trop. Met.</EM>, Key Biscayne.</P> <P>84. R.S. Lindzen and J.M. Forbes (l978). Boundary layers associated with thermal forced planetary waves. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>35</STRONG>, 1441-1449. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/84blat~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>85. K.K. Tung and R.S. Lindzen (1979). Theory of stationary long waves. Part I. A simple theory of blocking. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>107</STRONG>, 714-734. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/85thst~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>86. K.K. Tung and R.S. Lindzen (1979). Theory of stationary long waves. Part II. Resonant Rossby waves in the presence of realistic vertical shear. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM> <STRONG>107</STRONG>, 735-750. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/86thst~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>87. (1979) On a calculation of the symmetric circulation and its implications for the role of eddies. <EM>Proceedings of the NCAR General Circulation Colloquium, 1978</EM>. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/87symc~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>88. (1979) The concept of wave overreflection and its application to baroclinic instability. <EM>Proceedings of the NCAR General Circulation Colloquium 1978</EM>. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/88wave~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>89. R.S. Lindzen, B. Farrell and K.K. Tung (1980). The concept of wave overreflection and its application to baroclinic instability. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>37</STRONG>, 44-63. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/wvorebarin.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>90. R.S. Lindzen and B. Farrell (1980). Reply. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>37</STRONG>, 900-902. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/90reply.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>91. R.S. Lindzen and B. Farrell (1980). A simple approximate result for the maximum growth rate of baroclinic instabilities. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>37</STRONG>, 1648-1654. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/91sim@~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>92. R.S. Lindzen and B. Farrell (1980). The role of polar regions in global climate, and the parameterization of global heat transport. <EM>Mon. Wea. Rev.</EM>, <STRONG>108</STRONG>, 2064-2079. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/prggclhttr.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>93. (1980) Theory of atmospheric tides. <EM>J. Meteor. Soc. Japan</EM>, <STRONG>58</STRONG>, 273-278. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/93that~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>94. (1980) Wave-CISK and cumulus parameterization in perspective. <EM>Proceedings of NAS Symposium on the Impact of GATE on Large-Scale Numerical Modeling of the Atmosphere and Ocean</EM>. Woods Hole, MA.</P> <P>95. E.K. Schneider and R.S. Lindzen (1980). Comments on cumulus friction: Estimated influence on the tropical mean meridional circulation. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>37</STRONG>, 2803-2806. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/cufrinfcrc.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>96. R.S. Lindzen and A.J. Rosenthal (1981). A WKB asymptotic analysis of baroclinic instability. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>38</STRONG>, 619-629. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/wkbaanbrin.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>97. (1981) Turbulence and stress due to gravity wave and tidal breakdown. <EM>J. Geophys. Res.</EM>, <STRONG>86</STRONG>, 9707-9714. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/97trbs~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>98. (1981) Some remarks on cumulus parameterization. <EM>Proceedings of the NASA Clouds in Climate Conference</EM>, NASA Report, available NASA/Goddard Institute of Space Studies. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/98cumu~1.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>99. R.S. Lindzen, A.Y. Hou and B.F. Farrell (1982). The role of convective model choice in calculating the climate impact of doubling CO<SUB>2</SUB>. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>39</STRONG>, 1189-1205. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/99_role.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>100. R.S. Lindzen, B.F. Farrell and D. Jacqmin (1982). Vacillations due to wave interference. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>39</STRONG>, 14-23. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/vasatanexp.pdf">[pdf]</a> </P> <P>101. R.S. Lindzen and M.R. Schoeberl (1982). A note on the limits of Rossby wave amplitudes. <EM>J. Atmos. Sci.</EM>, <STRONG>39</STRONG>, 1171-1174. <a href="http://eaps.mit.edu/faculty/lindzen/noterswvam.pdf">[pdf]</a></P> <P>102. R.S. 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