By Ellen Bartee
The aim of this textbook is to educate the scholar how one can communicate the Lhasa number of Tibetan. as the start line of this ebook is especially basic, ite offers an outstanding chance for the scholar to instantly depend on Tibetan script instead of romanized script. This, we think, may help to immerse the scholar in Tibetan.
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The process can repeat itself as long as d 2n 3/dz 2 > 0 in lower levels. Reed's hypothesis is very satisfactory qualitatively because it involves the same processes that satisfactorily explain the day-to-day changes. Moreover, the process described should be most effective in connection with the greatest cyclonic activity, that is, during the winter and in the low-pressure belt near 60°N. Thus, the rapid rise of ozone during the winter months would be due to the strong cyclonic activity. During late spring and the summer, this ozoneformation process would become progressively less effective and some destructive process, which Reed assumes to involve the action of dust particles in the lower stratosphere and upper troposphere, would cause the observed ozone decrease.
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A beginning textbook of Lhasa Tibetan by Ellen Bartee