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Roy. Meteor. Soe. 95, 258-287. KOTESWARUM, P. (1958), The easterly jet stream in the tropics, Tellus 10,43-57. KRISHNAMURTI, T. N. (1971a), Tropical east-west cireulations during the northern summer, J. Atmos. Sei. 28, 1342-1347. KRISHNAMURTI, T. N. (1971 b), Observational studies of the tropical upper tropospherie motion field during the Northern Hemisphere summer, J. Appl. Meteor. 10, 1066-1096. KRISHNAMURTI, T. N. INS, R. S. (1970), Mid-tropospheric cyclones ofthe southwest monsoon, J. Appl.

The first attempt to apply the spectral method to the investigation of monsoon disturbances was made by ANANTHAKRISHNAN and KESHAVAMURTY (1970). They examined the time series of the wind, rainfall and surface pressure at selected stations all over India for the years 1965 and 1967. Part oftheir results are shown in Fig. 2. In the power spectra of pressure departures, they picked up the peaks around 6 to 8 days Vol. 115, 1977) Spectrum Analysis Relevant to Indian Monsoon 1147 ~ V Z I MAY I JUNE JULY I AUGUST I SEPTEMBER I Figure 1 Daily rainfall (cmjday) along the western coast (Konkan, Coastal Mysore, and Kerala) ofIndia during the summers of 1963 and 1971.

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