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  • Aumento F.; Ade‐Hall J. M.; Keen M. J. (1975-07)
    Long known as a broad mountain range halfway between the North American and the European continents, the submarine mid‐Atlantic ridge has been the target of intense investigations over the last decade, culminating during ...
  • Shimazaki T.; Whitten R. C. (1976-02)
    The density profiles of stratospheric minor constituents are compiled from several one‐dimensional theoretical models that have appeared in the literature. The models are compared with each other and also with observations ...
  • Yeh K. C.; Liu C. H. (1974-05)
    In this paper we review the theory of acoustic‐gravity waves, the interaction of such waves with the ionosphere, the experimental support for the existence of such waves in the upper atmosphere, and the role played by ...
  • Pittock A. B. (1978-08)
    Many and varied claims have been made over many years for a relationship between weather or climate and solar variations, notably sunspot cycles. Those relating primarily to the single and double sunspot cycles (of about ...
  • Northrop Theodore G. (1963-08)
    The adiabatic theory of charged‐particle motion is developed systematically in this review. We present the essentials of the theory without giving all the analysis in detail. The general expressions for guiding‐center ...
  • Musen Peter (1963-02)
    The long‐range (secular) effects caused by the moon and the sun are of primary importance for establishing the stability of highly eccentric orbits of satellites. At present no complete analytical theory exists that can ...
  • Brown Edmund H.; Hall Freeman F. (1978-02)
    We give a detailed review of developments in atmospheric acoustics of the last decade. These developments include new ways to use refractive effects, studies of phase and amplitude fluctuations during propagation of sound ...
  • Schmerling E. R. (1966-08)
    With the systematic use of rockets and satellites, a great deal of progress has been made in increasing our knowledge and understanding of the ionosphere and the interaction of radio waves with a magnetoplasma. This paper ...
  • Eather Robert H. (1975-07)
    To write a brief review of progress in auroral physics of the last quadrennium 1971–1974 is akin to fitting 27 students in a Volkswagen—it can be done (Guiness Book of Records), but no one will be quite satisfied with the ...
  • West Harry I. (1975-07)
    An account is given of energetic particle research in magnetospheric physics for the time period 1971–1974. Emphasis is on relating the various aspects of energetic particles to magnetospheric processes.
  • Hess W. N.; Mead G. D.; Nakada M. P. (1965-11)
    The last six years have seen a rapid progress in the exploration of extraterrestrial phenomena. This paper gives a survey of the more important results from investigations of energetic particle radiations, plasmas, and ...
  • Kraut Edgar A. (1963-08)
    The qualitative effects of anisotropy on elastic waves propagating in a solid medium were well known to Lord Kelvin. Having been recognized, however, these effects were neglected as being of secondary importance in the ...
  • Gledhill J. A. (1976-05)
    Experimental and theoretical values for precipitated electron and proton fluxes in the area of the South Atlantic geomagnetic anomaly are reviewed. Observations of airglow which have been reported in the literature suggest ...
  • Hunten Donald M. (1974-08)
    Recent models and observations relevant to Martian aeronomy are discussed. The stability of the CO2 atmosphere against photodissociation into CO and O2 has finally been accounted for. The basic mechanism is catalysis by ...
  • Strobel Darrell F. (1975-05)
    The photochemistry of hydrocarbons and ammonia is reviewed for the cold, H2‐dominated atmospheres of the major planets and their satellites. Detailed discussions are given of primary dissociation paths, chemical kinetics, ...
  • Frank F. C. (1966-08)
    Orowan [1966] has raised objection to some of the conclusions of my paper, [Frank, 1965] entitled ‘On Dilatancy in Relation to Seismic Sources’. I think the main point at issue between us is a semantic one. I distinguish:1. ...
  • Backus George (1970-08)
    A geometrical picture of fourth‐order, three‐dimensional elastic tensors in terms of Maxwell multipoles is developed and used to obtain the elastic tensors appropriate to various crystal symmetry groups. Simply examining ...
  • Naimark B. M. (1965-02)
    Four criteria are supplied to a computer for deciding whether a seismic signal is present amid background noise. These criteria are those of (1) high energy, (2) rapid rate of change of amplitude, (3) short periods, and ...
  • McConnell Robert K.; McClaine Leslie A.; Lee D. William; Aronson James R.; Allen Ronald V. (1967-05)
    Numerical models for igneous activity on any planet must be based on thermal properties and melting relationships for realistic multicomponent systems. A consistent model for the composition of the earth's mantle may be ...
  • Armstrong Richard Lee (1968-05)
    Contrasting interpretations of existing models of Sr and Pb isotope evolution can be eliminated with a model in which crustal material is recycled through the mantle. In this model the earth's crust and upper mantle (above ...