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Venus has probably not lost substantial amounts of any of the gases under discussion; the pie chart for the present day is thus repeated on the right. 02 Fig. 1 Abundances of gases in the atmospheres of Venus, Earth and Mars. The pie charts show the fractional abundances of the dominant gases, and those of other key components are shown in parentheses. The diagrams on the right for Earth and Mars show what would happen on Earth if the effects of life were removed, and on Mars if the atmosphere were adjusted for loss by erosion and escape.
The reverse flow is observed in the entrance region over Southeast Asia, where air sinks to the south and rises to the north, with a rainy area over southern Asia. Radiosonde ascents at Karachi and Jodhpur indicate the frequent presence of a low-level inversion, with moist air originating over the Arabian Sea below the inversion. Subsidence limits the height to which the surface air from the Arabian Sea can ascend, restricting cloud development, and thus favouring strong solar heating. Australia The chief determinant of the climate and wind field over Australia is the subtropical anticyclonic belt (Sturman & Tapper, 1996).
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