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  • Feldman Paul D. (1983-08-09)
    The recent approach of comet IRAS‐Araki‐Alcock (1983d) to within 5 million km of earth on May 11, 1983, was an unprecedented opportunity to study processes occurring within the coma close to the nucleus of a comet (Eos, ...
  • Longanecker G. W.; Hoffman R. A. (1973-08-01)
    The Small Scientific Satellite, S3‐A (Explorer 45) was launched on November 15, 1971, from the San Marco Equatorial Range, Kenya, Africa, into an elliptical, equatorial orbit by a four‐stage Scout rocket. The satellite is ...
  • Campbell Wallace H. (1984-06-12)
    Sadami Matsushita, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, died on March 15, 1984, less than a half year after being told that he had stomach cancer. He was born in Kyoto, Japan, on February 12, 1920, the only son ...
  • Lave Lester B.; Resendiz‐Carrillo Daniel; Mcmichael Francis C. (1990-07)
    The 1977 National Dam Inspection Program determined that many high‐hazard dams in the United States were incapable of passing a probable maximum flood (PMF). Retrofitting these dams was estimated to cost at least $10 ...
  • Osborn M. T.; Rosen J. M.; McCormick M. P.; Wang Pi‐Huan; Livingston J. M.; Swissler T. J. (1989-06-20)
    Profiles of Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE) II aerosol extinction measurements are compared with dustsonde‐ and lidar‐derived aerosol extinction profiles during five correlative experiments between November ...
  • Russell P. B.; McCormick M. P. (1989-06-20)
    Correlative sensors used in the SAGE II aerosol data validation program included two‐ and six‐channel dustsondes; ground‐based and airborne multiwavelength lidars; wire, ribbon, and related impactors; laser spectrometers; ...
  • Wang Pi‐Huan; McCormick M. P.; McMaster L. R.; Chu W. P.; Swissler T. J.; Osborn M. T.; Russell P. B.; Oberbeck V. R.; Livingston J.; Rosen J. M.; Hofmann D. J.; Grams G. W.; Fuller W. H.; Yue G. K. (1989-06-20)
    This paper describes an investigation of the comprehensive aerosol correlative measurement experiments conducted between November 1984 and July 1986 for the satellite measurement program of the Stratospheric Aerosol and ...
  • Oberbeck Verne R.; Livingston John M.; Russell Philip B.; Pueschel Rudolf F.; Rosen James N.; Osborn Mary T.; Kritz Mark A.; Snetsinger Kenneth G.; Ferry Guy V. (1989-06-20)
    Correlative aerosol measurements taken at a limited number of altitudes during coordinated field experiments are used to test the validity of particulate extinction coefficients derived from limb path solar radiance ...
  • Chu W. P.; McCormick M. P.; Lenoble J.; Brogniez C.; Pruvost P. (1989-06-20)
    This paper provides a detailed description of the current operational SAGE II multichannel data inversion algorithm implemented at NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia. This algorithm is compared to an independently ...
  • Yue Glenn K.; Veiga Robert E.; Wang Pi‐Huan (1994-03-15)
    Analysis of aerosol extinction profiles obtained by the spaceborne SAGE II sensor reveals that there was an anomalous increase of aerosol extinction below 18.5 km at latitudes poleward of 50°N from July 28 to September 9, ...
  • Wang Pi‐Huan; McCormick M. P.; Chu W. P.; Lenoble J.; Nagatani R. M.; Chanin M. L.; Barnes R. A.; Schmidlin F.; Rowland M. (1992-01-20)
    This paper describes a stratospheric density and temperature retrieval experiment based on the solar occultation measurement of the Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE II). The entire retrieval analysis involves ...
  • Baldridge W. Scott; Jiracek George R. (1992-03-31)
    Last June and July, for the ninth consecutive summer, geophysics students from universities across the United States and around the world converged on Santa Fe, N.Mex., to participate in a unique geophysical field program ...
  • Janicot Serge; Moron Vincent; Fontaine Bernard (1996-03-01)
    Correlations between summer Sahel rainfall and Southern Oscillation Index has increased during the last thirty years. At high frequency time scale (periods lower than 8 years), an intertropical Atlantic zonal divergent ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1981-10-06)
    Motor‐assisted sailing ships for ocean research could perform as well as or better than many existing research vessels and could cut fuel consumption by 50–80%, according to a preliminary study by an ad hoc panel of the ...
  • Mazaudier C.; Bernard R. (1985-03-01)
    Incoherent scatter measurements of ion drift velocities obtained by Saint‐Santin ‐ Nancay radar have been used to study the lower thermospheric wind disturbances during geomagnetic storms. A storm‐time meridional circulation ...
  • Leith William (1995-06-27)
    On May 28,1995, a shallow, Ms = 7.6 earthquake struck the northeastern portion of Sakhalin Island, which lies north of Japan in the western part of the Sea of Okhotsk. Most of the oil town of Neftegorsk (Figure 1) was ...
  • Aagaard K.; Fahrbach E.; Meincke J.; Swift J. H. (1991-11-15)
    Since 1985 various investigators have proposed that Norwegian Sea deep water (NSDW) is formed by mixing of warm and saline deep water from the Arctic Ocean with the much colder and fresher deep water formed by convection ...
  • Perkin R. G.; Walker E. R. (1972-11-20)
    An approximation to the salinity‐conductivity relationship suitable for use on a small programmable electronic calculator is presented. The equations represent numerical fits to the experimental data of Brown and Allentoft ...
  • Lewis E. L.; Perkin R. G. (1978-01-20)
    Salinity data used to trace water movement or compute density are normally derived from measurements of chlorinity or electrical conductivity, temperature, and pressure. The latter technique has a precision about 1 order ...
  • Meade Robert H. (1966-09)
    Salinity distributions in the lower Connecticut River, measured during the years 1934 through 1939, show the influence of at least three factors: river discharge, tide, and wind. Salinity near the mouth is rather sensitive ...