RPN References

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[2]Ritchie, H., 1986: Eliminating the interpolation associated with the semi-Lagrangian scheme. Mon. Wea. Rev., 114, 135-146.

[3]Ritchie, H., 1987: Semi-Lagrangian advection on a Gaussian grid. Mon. Wea. Rev., 15, 608-619.

[4]Ritchie, H., 1988: Application of the semi-Lagrangian method to a spectral model of the shallow water equations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 1587-1598.

[5]Ritchie, H., 1991: Application of the semi-Lagrangian method to a multilevel spectral primitive-equations model. Q.J. Royal Meteor. Soc., 117, 91-106.

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