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Ozone in the Troposphere and Stratosphere

Author : Robert D. Hudson
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Abstract: The papers presented at the 1992 Quadrennial Ozone Symposium held in Charlottesville, Virginia, cover topics in both tropospheric and stratospheric research. These topics include ozone trends and climatology, ground based, aircraft, balloon, rocket and satellite measurements, artic and antartic research, global and regional modeling, and volcanic effects.

Ozone in the Troposphere and Stratosphere Part 1

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Ozone in the Troposphere and Stratosphere Part 2

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Greenhouse Gas Sinks

Author : Dave Reay
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In this first comprehensive handbook of the earth's sinks for greenhouse gases, leading researchers from around the world provide an expert synthesis of current understanding and uncertainties. It will be a valuable resource for students, researchers and practitioners in conservation, ecology and environmental studies.

High Altitude Sampling Program The application of HASP data

Author : Herbert W. Freely
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National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 as Amended and Related Legislation

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Handbook of the Solar Terrestrial Environment

Author : Yohsuke Kamide
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As a star in the universe, the Sun is constantly releas- cover a wide range of time and spatial scales, making ?? ing energy into space, as much as ?. ? ?? erg/s. Tis observations in the solar-terrestrial environment c- energy emission basically consists of three modes. Te plicated and the understanding of processes di?cult. ?rst mode of solar energy is the so-called blackbody ra- In the early days, the phenomena in each plasma diation, commonly known as sunlight, and the second region were studied separately, but with the progress mode of solar electromagnetic emission, such as X rays of research, we realized the importance of treating and UV radiation, is mostly absorbed above the Earth’s the whole chain of processes as an entity because of stratosphere. Te third mode of solar energy emission is strong interactions between various regions within in the form of particles having a wide range of energies the solar-terrestrial system. On the basis of extensive from less than ? keV to more than ? GeV. It is convenient satellite observations and computer simulations over to group these particles into lower-energy particles and thepasttwo decades, it hasbecomepossibleto analyze higher-energy particles, which are referred to as the so- speci?cally the close coupling of di?erent regions in the lar wind and solar cosmic rays, respectively. solar-terrestrial environment.

Planetary Science and the Earth s Upper Atmosphere

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee
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The Nature of Radioactive Fallout and Its Effects on Man

Author : United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
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STAR

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