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  • Bell Peter M. (1984-05-01)
    A second meteorite of probable lunar origin has been found among the several thousand meteorites recovered from Antarctica. It is number 791197 from the Yamato collection, which was recovered by an expedition from the ...
  • Ascencio‐Parvy J. M.; Gaudry A.; Lambert G. (1984-12)
    The atmospheric CO2 concentrations at Amsterdam Island (37°41′S; 77°47′E) from October 1980 to November 1983 showed an increase rate of 0.11 ppm/month for a 3‐year average with considerable variability within each year: ...
  • Oort Abraham H. (1974-03-20)
    In order to understand better the processes responsible for maintaining the arctic climate, a study has been made of the energy budget at high latitudes. For simplicity this study is restricted to budget calculations for ...
  • Waschbusch P. J.; McNutt M. K. (1994-08-01)
    The Yellowstone hot spot has been identified mainly by its track of age‐progressive volcanics; many smaller scale tectonic features serve to hide the long‐wavelength hot spot‐related swell. By employing averaging and ...
  • Manring E. R.; Patty R. R. (1973-09-01)
    The photon flux density associated with the 4554‐A resonance radiation for Ba II was measured at Mount Hopkins, Arizona, and Cerro Morado, Chile, and was determined to be 3.6 × 104 photon/cm² sec outside the atmosphere; ...
  • Weidner Donald J.; Wang Yanbin; Vaughan Michael T. (1994-05-01)
    Yield strength is measured at high pressure and temperature using a large volume, high pressure apparatus (SAM85) with synchrotron radiation. A macroscopic deviatoric stress is manifest as a uniform deviatoric strain that ...
  • Waite J . H.; Claver C. R. (1984-06-05)
    A conference on Planetary Plasma Environments: A Comparative View was held in Yosemite, Calif., January 30 to February 3, 1984. The purpose of the conference was to discuss the comparative aspects of planetary and cometary ...
  • Wilson J. Tuzo (1980-11-04)
  • Richman Barbara T. (1984-03-13)
    Of the 200 science and engineering faculty members who have been selected to receive the first Presidential Young Investigator Awards, roughly one dozen are researchers in geophysics or geophysics‐related fields. The awards, ...
  • Anonymous (1992-12-15)
    The Young Scientists' Network is an open electronic forum for discussion of issues of concern to young scientists. YSN started nearly 3 years ago as an e‐mail network of physics post‐docs concerned about the shortage of ...
  • Anonymous (1995-09-12)
    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, for the disposal of commercial and DOE‐owned spent nuclear fuel and high‐level radioactive ...
  • Allegretti Ivo; Hamburger Michael (1991-12-24)
    We in the Western scientific community have had the luxury, throughout most of our careers, of working in an environment insulated from the terrors of war and political violence. Well distanced from these horrors, we are ...
  • Hartmann G. K.; Degenhardt W.; Richards M. L.; Liebe H. J.; Hufford G. A.; Cotton M. G.; Bevilacqua R. M.; Olivero J. J.; Kämpfer N.; Langen J. (1996-08-15)
    Zeeman splitting of O2 molecular states in the Earth's upper atmosphere leads to polarized emission spectra. A 61 GHz radiometer operated as part of the Millimeter‐wave Atmospheric Sounder (MAS), a core payload instrument ...
  • Hughes Jeffrey (1993-04-06)
    AGU's second annual F. L. Scarf Award has been awarded to Ming Zhang for his Ph.D. thesis, “Voyager II Plasma Observations at Uranus and Neptune,” which he completed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under the ...
  • Stern T. W.; Newell M. F.; Kistler R. W.; Shawe D. R. (1965-03-15)
    K‐Ar ages of 23 and 26 m.y. for pyroxene and Pb206/U238 ages of 32 m.y. for zircon were determined for monzonite and soda syenite porphyries. A K‐Ar age of 55 m.y. for hornblende and a Pb206/U238 age of 494 m.y. for zircon ...
  • Kennel C. F.; Chen R. F.; Moses S. L.; Kurth W. S.; Coroniti F. V.; Scarf F. L.; Chen F. F. (1987-09-01)
    The wideband plasma wave data acquired by Voyagers 1 and 2 in Jupiter's magnetosphere frequently contain a narrow‐band emission of variable intensity whose upper frequency is below the lower‐frequency cutoff of the continuum ...
  • Counselman C. C.; Gourevitch S. A.; King R. W.; Loriot G. B.; Ginsberg E. S. (1980-12-30)
    From earth‐based Doppler and interferometric radio observations we determined the paths, in three dimensions and as functions of time, taken by the Pioneer probes as they fell to the surface of Venus. From the motion of ...
  • Kantor A. J.; Cole A. E. (1964-12-15)
    Estimated January and July zonal wind patterns are described to 120 km from the equator to 75°N. Time cross sections of mean monthly zonal winds to 120 km for latitudes 30° and 60°N are also shown. Day‐to‐day fluctuations ...
  • Wagner Carl A. (1973-06-10)
    A zonal geopotential is presented to degree 21 from evaluation of mean elements for 21 satellites, including two of low (<20°) inclination. Each satellite is represented by an arc of at least one apsidal rotation. The ...
  • Loon Harry; Jenne Roy L.; Labitzke Karin (1973-07-20)
    The first three zonal harmonic waves in the troposphere and lower half of the stratosphere in January are described by long‐term monthly means and by monthly means for 7 single years. The temperature waves are included in ...