Foehn phenomenon

Foehn wind (Foehn wind) refers to the air flow through the mountains, along the windward slope of the cooling, in the water vapor before the saturation of the process by the dry adiabatic cooling, saturated, according to the wet insulation straight reduction rate, and due to precipitation While reducing moisture. After the mountain air down the leeward slope, according to the dry adiabatic straight rate of warming, so the air temperature after the mountain than the height of the mountain with the temperature is much higher, the humidity is also significantly reduced.

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芦宇辰 (2017). Foehn phenomenon, Conceptual Model, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/conceptualModel/1aaf155f-9335-4892-be90-04806fea2a6b
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