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Ion Isaia

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This paper proposes to demonstrate that, on Terra’s surface, there are cycles of air’s temperature (almost perfect), which can be explained just by the lunar parallax’s cycles.

It is known that the lunar parallax represents the angle under which the Earth’s equatorial horizontal radius can be seen from the moon. It is understood that a higher value of the lunar parallax indicates us a shorter distance between Earth and moon, while a smaller value shows us a longer distance between the two celestial bodies. Through the atmospheric tides caused mainly by the moon, the sea tides are occurred, which also cause the Rossby waves, those which impose a certain atmospheric circulation, and that makes the high and low of the temperature evolve.

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Ion Isaia

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This paper proposes to demonstrate that in Russia there are air temperature oscillations which produce almost perfect cycles. These are the same cycles previously described in Romania, North America, New Zealand and South America. The large latitude and longitude extent of the territory of Russia determines very different thermal oscillations from one region to another. The Arctic Ocean has a special influence in the evolution of air temperature in Russia, but so does the Pacific Ocean, through the cold “Oya Shivo” current. The warm ocean current “Kuro Shivo” has a reduced influence, only through one of its branches which enters the Sea of Japan from the south.

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Ion Isaia

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The aim of this paper is to prove that, anywhere on Earth’s surface, it is possible to find cycles of air’s temperature and of other meteorological elements with duration of 18 years and 11 days (the Saros cycle). Such cycles exist on all continents, mainly in areas with temperate climate (both in the Northern and Southern hemisphere) where the (planetary) Rossby waves exhibit more clearly. The role played by the atmospheric tides in the occurrence of the meteorological Saros cycle is fundamental, the same fact being valid for other meteorological cycles.

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Ion Isaia

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This paper intends to demonstrate that, on Terra's surface, there are cycles of air's temperature and of other meteorological elements having a duration of 19 years (the Metonic cycle). These 19-year cycles are recorded on every continent, especially in temperate climate areas where the (planetary) Rossby waves exhibit very clearly. As in the case of other cycles of meteorological elements, the atmospheric tides play a very important role in their occurrence. In the case of this cycle, the atmospheric tides are also generated mainly by Moon’s and Sun’s attraction.

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Ion Isaia

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This work is meant to demonstrate that, in the special synoptic conditions, on the surface of the Black Sea, a baric depression is being formed. This depression is formed when the Black Sea's water temperature is higher than the surrounding continental ground's temperature. There are situations when the baric depression of the Black Sea occurs because of the consequences of the movement of another baric depression from the east of the Mediterranean Sea to its north-east side. Due to the high atmospheric pressure of the continental zone that's surrounding the Black Sea, the baric depression will get a retrograde movement, towards the north or northwest. Eventually, this depression occludes in the eastern continental zone of Europe or even near the Baltic Sea. During a retrograde movement of a baric depression, the atmospheric precipitations will fall in big quantities, in many situations, causing floods.