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Cross-Wind Summary

The Cross-Wind Summary presents the percentage of occurrence of cross-winds for a given location. It is produced only on request.

Summary of Synoptic Meteorological Observations (SSMO)

The SSMO presents useful monthly and an-nual tabulations of surface climatological data and various combinations of the included parameters. SSMOS were last updated in the mid-seventies and are supplemented by the Near Coastal Zone Studies.

Near Coastal Zone Studies

Near Coastal Zone Studies are currently be-ing developed by NAVOCEANCOMDET, Asheville, to supplement the SMOS by providing detailed climatological data for areas of higher interest. Near Coastal Zone Studies present data in both graphic and tabular formats.

Summary of Meteorological Observations, Radiosonde (SMOR)

The SMOR is used to prepare a monthly Winds Aloft Summary, which generally includes various constant height and constant pressure levels. The summary contains winds aloft data, giving speeds and directions over the period covered.

Worldwide Airfield Summary

The Worldwide Airfield Summary provides climatological data for airfields and geographical areas throughout the world. There are 10 volumes, some published in two or more parts.


Figure 6-6-2.—A comparison of the bar and line graph method of showing the variable annual precipitation in a time series. (A) Bar graph; (B) Line graphs.





Figure 6-6-3.—Combination bar and line graph (with legend and instructions for use).

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