|Zou Jingmeng, J. W. Zillman. AUSTRALIA-CHINA COOPERATION IN METEOROLOGY[J]. J. Meteor. Res., 1989, 3(4): 547-561.|
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Abstract: Australia and China are two countries of comparable geographical size spanning similar latitude ranges in roughly the same longitudes yet with vastly different populations,histories and social structures.The links between the two countries have developed rapidly over the past fifteen years,in few areas more-so than meteorology,one of the most inherently international of all fields of human endeavour.This paper briefly compares the historical development and current organization of meteorology in the two countries and reports on the highlights of a program of enhanced bilateral cooperation begun in 1985.