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Hello, I am doing some computations on the vertical component of residual circulation. This equation involves two parts. The first part is the zonal mean vertical velocity and the other is a differential of a huge term(ref. middle atmosphere dynamics - David G. Andrews. p129). The second term is in meters/sec. The vertical velocity is given in Pascal/sec. So, I need to convert it... Hope you can help me.
Re: How can I convert Pascal/sec to meters/sec?
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