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  • Spengler John D.; Gokhale Narayan R. (1973-01-20)
    Experimental work on wake effects of freely suspended waterdrops was performed with a large vertical wind tunnel and high‐speed photography. The critical parameters and statistical results of a number of wake interactions ...
  • Anonymous (1996-01-02)
    Rep. Robert Walker (R‐Pa.) spent 18 years on Capitol Hill before ascending to the chairmanship of the House Science Committee. Now, after just one term leading the committee, the congressman intends to leave it. In a ...
  • Dickinson William R.; Wallace Terry (1993-07-06)
    The James B. Macelwane Medal for significant contributions to the geophysical sciences by a young scientist of outstanding ability was presented to Terry Wallace at the 1992 AGU Fall Meeting Honors Ceremony on December 9, ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1981-04-28)
    Two major changes characterize the evolution of the AGU annual meetings, in the eyes of Martin Walt, meetings chairman. Walt, the director of physical sciences at the Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, was recently ...
  • Matalas Nick (1983-02-01)
    Walter B. Langbein was born in Newark, New Jersey, on October 17, 1907, and died at his home in Arlington, Virginia, on December 10, 1982. For 33 years he carried on a distinguished career in hydrologic research with the ...
  • Newell Homer E. (1975-08)
    Recently I had an interesting and pleasurable but puzzling experience. It was interesting and pleasurable because it involved enthusiastic young people who were considering the possibility of entering upon careers in the ...
  • Walker Nan D.; Huh Oscar K.; Rouse Lawrence J. (1993-07-27)
    Thermal infrared satellite data of June 6 and 8 (Figure 1) reveal that a new large warm‐core anticyclonic eddy has recently separated from the Loop Current within the Gulf of Mexico. On June 8, the eddy's dimensions were ...
  • Anonymous (1995-09-12)
    July 1995 is one of the warmest months in the temperature record—for the Antarctic. Several areas around the Antarctic shelf were as much as 5.5°C above seasonal norm of −38°C. For the rest of the globe, the average July ...
  • Ho C. Wing; Horwitz J. L. (1993-08-20)
    Theoretical steady state semikinetic polar wind density profiles, based on DE1/RIMS polar wind data [Chandler et al., 1991] at low altitudes (up to 3700 km), were obtained which agree very well with the power law (ne = 490 ...
  • Hufford Gary L. (1973-05-20)
    Oceanographic features of the southern Beaufort Sea were studied during August‐September 1971. The data indicate the presence of a relatively warm (0.1°–5.0°C) layer in the continental shelf waters. This situation has only ...
  • Garrison G. R.; Paquette R. G. (1982-07-20)
    An extensive set of salinity‐temperature measurements was taken in the ice‐covered Barrow Canyon in early April 1976. An intrusion of relatively warm water into the mid‐depth of the canyon is believed due to a surge‐driven ...
  • Anonymous (1979-06-05)
    Studies of ground motion caused in the Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Provo, Utah, areas by underground nuclear tests suggest that a moderate earthquake in the region could cause significant damage.Walter W. Hays, USGS ...
  • Неизвестный автор (1954-03)
  • Maggs William Ward (1988-07-12)
    This is a scientific story without an explanation, called a “mystery” and an “enigma” in articles by the people who discovered it. Confounded by evidence they cannot explain by natural processes, these scientists implicate ...
  • Hutcheson M. R. (1992-11)
    A process is developed to determine a waste load allocation that will implement the narrative criteria for fish and wildlife propagation found in states' water quality standards. The waste load allocation to implement the ...
  • Johnson A. I. (1974-01)
    The International Symposium on Underground Waste Management and Artificial Recharge was sponsored by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and the International Association ...
  • Thompson Russell G.; Singleton F. D. (1986-04)
    With the methodology recommended by Baumol and Oates, comparable estimates of wastewater treatment costs and industry outlays are developed for effluent standard and effluent tax instruments for pollution abatement in five ...
  • Cook Frederick A. (1991-01)
    Application of the principles of elastic plate bending to subsurface geometric information and outcrop in northwestern Canada suggests that Proterozoic crust was loaded and deflected during orogenic activity between about ...
  • Tang I. N.; Munkelwitz H. R. (1994-09-20)
    Water activities, densities, and refractive indices over extended concentration ranges at 25°C are reported for solution droplets containing a single salt of either (NH4)2SO4, NH4HSO4, (NH4)3H(SO4)2, Na2SO4, NaHSO4, or ...
  • Tompkins Louise M.; Muus David A.; Pearson Theodore (1963-06-01)
    Samples of silver iodide precipitated in the presence of excess potassium iodide, a sample from a cloud‐nucleating burner (AgI‐KI‐acetone), and mechanical mixtures of AgI and KI all showed sharp weight gains at p/p0 = 0.53 ...