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2, assume that U/L = T. Then we use the ratio of the flow speed to the inertia-gravity wave speed: The governing equations 27 as the small parameter. Note that 1 e = 2 VFr~ =. 45) Thus e «; 1 if either Fr C 1 or Ro < 1. Using the condition e

1 Top: back trajectories from Mace Head for 12UTC on 11 January 2005. The total time covered is 96 hours, with points marked at 12 hour intervals. The trajectories were computed from 3-hourly data. Bottom: the vertical position of the trajectories (m). Source: Atmospheric Dispersion Group, Met Office. ©Crown copyright 2005 Published by the Met Office. 1 Various approximations t o the shallow water equations The shallow water equations In this section we place the semi-geostrophic approximation in context by comparing it to other commonly used approximate systems of equations.

75) by first rearranging them into a single equation for the evolution of h, in the manner of [Schubert (1985)]. )+9mVh I _dh Q = fgl $ dx 9 x 9 Ju J fUUg g f2 _ f , V I- Q=l 'J dx J (2-77) J Use of the third equation then gives dh ¥- V ! d dt Vf •t hQ-'g-Vh Q 9 - = -V • hQ-tfg I $ I. 78) The governing equations 39 This equation is elliptic if Q is positive definite. It has flow-dependent coefficients, as always occurs for approximations valid for L > LR. 77) multiplied by Q _ 1 yields the boundary condition Q_lv dh\ UJ- n=Q 1 dh ' ^J-n (2 79) - to ^ j .