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Meteorological investigations of the upper atmosphere

Symposium on Meteorological Investigations Above 70 Kilometers (1967 Miami Beach, Fla.)

Meteorological investigations of the upper atmosphere

proceedings.

by Symposium on Meteorological Investigations Above 70 Kilometers (1967 Miami Beach, Fla.)

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Published by American Meteorological Society in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmosphere, Upper.,
  • Meteorology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by R.S. Quiroz.
    SeriesMeteorological monographs, v. 9, no. 31, Meteorological monographs (American Meteorological Society) -- v. 9, no. 31.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 231 p.
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14113317M

      This is definitely a niche book. If you like science, weather, or the atmosphere this is an excellent read. It's straightforward and easy to follow. A textbook for sure, but it is easy enough to understand for the lay read and can provide a basic understanding of the topic for those interested in the subject of weather and how it works/5. Read this book on Questia. The purpose of the Compendium of Meteorology is to take stock of the present position of meteorology, to summarize and appraise the knowledge which untiring research has been able to wrest from nature during past years, and to indicate the avenues of further study and research which need to be explored in order to extend the frontiers of our .

    This book treats instrumentation used in meteorological surface systems, both on the synoptic scale and the mesoscale, and the instrumentation used in upper air soundings. The text includes material on first- and second-order differential equations as applied to instrument dynamic performance, and required solutions are developed. Dr. Harry Wexler. Introduction: Dr. Harry Wexler was one of the great figures of Twentieth Century Meteorology. His vision encompassed our earth and its atmosphere and even extended into our solar system as he was among the first to consider the use of meteorological satellites and to be concerned with the atmospheres of other worlds.

    Meteorological and aeronomical studies of the Martian atmosphere are concerned with the free atmosphere, above the surface boundary layer. This boundary layer will exist even over a perfectly smooth and uniform surface, will probably be from m to 1-km thick, and will differ greatly from the overlying free atmosphere in its thermal and. However, the present results do not com pletely solve the problem of detection of micro-organisms in the upper atmosphere. Investigations in this region have only begun. In teresting data may be obtained in the future with the aid of more sophisticated apparati installed on meteorological rockets and sat ellites. References 1# 2. J. 4. by: 2.


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