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  • Slanina Zdenēk; Kim Sang J.; Fox Kenneth (1994-02-25)
    The mole fraction x2 of (H2)2 in equilibrium mixture with H2 under the atmospheric conditions of Jupiter is evaluated from the dimerization equilibrium constant calculated by quantum‐chemical treatments and also from the ...
  • Yelle Roger V. (1988-09)
    Calculations of the H2 electronic band spectrum produced by fluorescence scattering of solar radiation are presented and compared with observations of the ultraviolet spectrum of Jupiter. The calculations demonstrate that ...
  • Bales Roger C.; Losleben Mark V.; McConnell Joseph R.; Fuhrer Katrin; Neftel Albrecht (1995-05-15)
    Measurements of H2O2 in firn gas down to a 1.7‐m depth showed a consistent trend, with higher firn‐gas concentrations generally associated with higher concentrations in the firn at the same depth. However, firn to firn‐gas ...
  • Heikes Brian G.; Kok Gregory L.; Walega James G.; Lazrus Allan L. (1987-01-20)
    We report gas phase measurements of hydrogen peroxide, sulfur dioxide and ozone in the lower troposphere over the eastern United States in October and November 1984. A series of flights based at Springfield, Ohio, extending ...
  • Francis T. J. G.; Olivas R. E. (1993-07-13)
    On the Ocean Drilling Program's Leg 146, extremely high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) were encountered in cores acquired from the top 17 m of the sedimentary section at Site 892, in 674‐m water depth off the ...
  • Kiang C. S.; Cadle R. D.; Yue Glenn K. (1975-02)
    An order‐of‐magnitude calculation of the characteristic time required for the homogeneous heteromolecular nucleation of new stratospheric particles involving the H2SO4‐HNO3‐H2O ternary system is presented. This characteristic ...
  • Rinsland C. P.; Gunson M. R.; Ko M. K. W.; Weisenstein D. W.; Zander R.; Abrams M. C.; Goldman A.; Sze N. D.; Yue G. K. (1995-05-01)
    Numerous absorption lines of stratospheric sulfur dioxide (SO2) have been identified in solar occultation spectra recorded by the Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectroscopy (ATMOS) Fourier transform spectrometer during the ...
  • McConnell John C.; Majeed Tariq (1987-08-01)
    Recent measurements and theoretical calculations suggest that H3+ ions in their ground vibrational level recombine much more slowly than in the vibrational levels υ ≥ 3. Using these results as a guide, we have investigated ...
  • Schofield Carl L. (1993-04)
    The relationships between habitat characteristics and reproductive status of Adirondack brook trout populations were examined utilizing the Adirondack Lake Survey Corporation data base, which includes physical, chemical, ...
  • Ijjasz‐Vasquez Ede J.; Bras Rafael L.; Rodriguez‐Iturbe Ignacio (1993-08-06)
    As pointed by Hack (1957), river basins tend to become longer and narrower as their size increases. This work shows that this property may be partially regarded as the consequence of competition and minimization of energy ...
  • Doe Bruce R. (1985-07-23)
    I've long noted that there is a hierarchy of organization in the earth sciences. By far the best organized are the marine seismologists and marine scientists in general. No doubt the regimentation attendant on finances, ...
  • Anonymous (1978-08)
    An on‐line hail bibliography, developed under the direction of Stanley A. Changnon, Jr., is available through the Illinois State Water Survey. Coverage of the topic of hail is comprehensive. The literature surveyed is ...
  • Greathouse Lee (1980-07-22)
    California Institute of Technology and the Carnegie Institution of Washington have announced top level changes in the administration of their observatories. In the past, one director supervised the combined operations of ...
  • Foster Theodore D. (1968-03-15)
    The onset of haline convection induced by the freezing of sea water is investigated. The linear analysis appropriate to the onset of thermal convection is applied to haline convection by replacing the temperature variables ...
  • Bell Peter M. (1984-04-17)
    Halley's comet will cross the earth's orbit and will remain within reasonable distance for spacecraft observation during the period November 1985 through March 1986. The European Space Agency (ESA) will be sending the ...
  • Bauer L. A. (1896-01)
    In Nature, of May 23, 1895, the writer made known the finding of a Halley isogonic chart in the British Museum which had apparently escaped the attention of modern magneticians and bibliographers and to which Halley himself, ...
  • Ault J. P.; Wallis W. F. (1913-09)
    The spelling of the ports visited by Halley's ship, the Paramour Pink, was modernized. It was thought desirable, however, to retain Halley's dates as given by him, which apply to the old style calendar; to refer them to ...
  • Campbell Malcolm J. (1976-11)
    A significant natural sink for halocarbons may exist in ion‐molecule reactions in the troposphere. Laboratory measurements, under conditions approximating the real atmosphere in all respects except ion age, show large rate ...
  • Steele Michael; Morison James H.; Curtin Thomas B. (1995-01-15)
    Hydrographic data from the first phase of the Coordinated Eastern Arctic Experiment (CEAREX) are analyzed. The data consist of temperature and salinity measurements made by a ship‐based conductivity‐temperature‐depth (CTD) ...
  • Russell James M.; Tuck Adrian F.; Gordley Larry L.; Park Jae H.; Drayson S. Roland; Harries John E.; Cicerone Ralph J.; Crutzen Paul J. (1993-04-23)
    HALOE observations of O3, CH4, HF, H2O, NO, NO2, and HCℓ collected during the October 1991 Antarctic spring period are reported. The data show a constant CH4 mixing ratio of about 0.25 ppmv for the altitude range from 65 ...