Atmospheric Radiation

Author: R. M. Goody
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195356106
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A complete revision of Goody's classic 1964 work, this volume offers a systematic discussion of atmospheric radiation processes that today are at the center of worldwide study and concern.

Giant Planets Of Our Solar System

Author: Patrick Irwin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540006817
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Spectrosc. Rail, Trans., 60. 665 710. Sromovsky, L. A., P. M. Fry, K. H. Baines.
and T. E. Dowling (2001) Coordinated 1996 HST and IRTF imaging of Neptune
and Triton. II: Implications of disc-integrated photometry. Icarus, 149, 435^458.
6.10 BIBLIOGRAPHY Andrews, D. G. (2000) An Introduction to Atmospheric
Physics. Cambridge University Press. Goody, R. M. and Y. L. Yung (1989)
Atmospheric Radiation. Theoretical Basis (2nd Edition). Oxford University Press.
Oxford, UK. Hanel.

Atmospheric Physics

Author: Julio V. Iribarne
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400989520
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Radiation and Upper Atmosphere R. A. Craig: The Upper Atmosphere. Academic
Press, 1965. 509 pp. C. O. Hines, I. Paghis, T. R. Hartz and J. A. Fejer (eds.):
Physics of the Earth's Upper Atmosphere. Prentice-Hall, 1965. 434 pp. K. L.
Coulson: Solar and Terrestrial Radiation. Academic Press, 1975. 322 pp. K. Ya.
Kondrat'yev: Radiative Heat Exchange in the Atmosphere. Pergamon Press,
1965. 411 pp. R. Goody: Atmospheric Radiation. I-Theoretical Basis. Oxford, at
the Clarendon ...

Atmospheric Circulation Dynamics And Circulation Models

Author: Masaki Satoh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540426387
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This means that the assumption used for the mixing length theory is not
appropriate for a moist atmosphere, and that the theoretical basis for use of the
moist adiabat as the lapse rate of convective adjustment is lost. In addition, moist
convection has a ... 14.6 Runaway greenhouse effect In the case of a moist
atmosphere, if incident solar radiation is larger than some critical value, there is a
regime in which no liquid phase is allowed at the surface. This kind of regime is
caused by the ...

Eos Editors Design And Production Plan Science Executive Summary

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428962352
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AGCM atmospheric general circulation models AHM (model) CALM Circumpolar
Active Layer Monitoring AIRS Atmospheric Infrared Sounder CART Cloud and
Radiation Testbed AIRSAR Airborne Synthetic Aperture Radar CASES ... ATBD
Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document CLIVAR CLImate VARiability and
prediction ATLAS Atmospheric Laboratory for Applications ClOx oxides of
chlorine family and Science CMDL Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics ATMOS
Atmospheric Trace ...

Atmospheric Adaptive Optics

Author: Vladimir Petrovich Lukin
Publisher: SPIE Press
ISBN: 9780819418715
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In the field of adaptive optics itself it is possible to distinguish two areas of interest
: (1) the creation of a theoretical basis for adaptive technology,221 ,186, 226,280
including wavefront reversal methods as a means of focusing optical radiation,
and (2) studies of adaptive systems themselves. The aim of the present book is to
investigate the various aspects of the use of adaptive optical systems under real
atmospheric conditions, i.e., what is called the problem of propagation of optical ...

Measuring Precipitation From Space

Author: V. Levizzani
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402058357
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EURAINSAT and the Future V. Levizzani, P. Bauer, F. Joseph Turk. Nakajima, T.
and M. Tanaka, 1986: Matrix formulation for the transfer of solar radiation in a
plane-parallel scattering atmosphere. J. Quant. Spectrosc. ... Res., 108, doi:
10.1029/2003JD003747. Torres, O., P. K. Bhartia, J. R. Herman, Z. Ahmad, and J.
Gleason, 1998: Derivation of aerosol properties from satellite measurements of
backscattered ultraviolet radiation: theoretical basis. J. Geophys. Res., 103,

Radiative Heat Transfer

Author: Michael F. Modest
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0123869900
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Other elaborate discussions can be found, for example, in the book by Goody
and Yung [2], in the monograph by Tien [3], and in the very recent treatise of
Taine and Soufiani [4]. Most of the earlier work was not in the area of heat
transfer but rather was carried out by astronomers, who had to deal with light
absorption within Earth's atmosphere, and by astrophysicists, who studied the
spectra of stars. The study of atmospheric radiation was apparently initiated by
Lord Rayleigh [5] and ...

Light Scattering Reviews 2

Author: Alexander Kokhanovsky
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ISBN: 3540684352
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6. Derivatives. of. the. radiation. field. and. their. application. to. the. solution. of.
inverse. problems. V. V. Rozanov, A. V. Rozanov, A. A. Kokhanovsky. 6.1.
Introduction. Spectral distribution of the solar radiation traveling through the
Earth's atmosphere contain an important information about numerous
atmospheric and surface parameters. This information can be gained ... and
atmospheric parameters. However, the theoretical basis of the inverse problem
solution is well investigated in ...

Weakly Interacting Molecular Pairs Unconventional Absorbers Of Radiation In The Atmosphere

Author: Claude Camy-Peyret
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401000255
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Usually, the parameters for the spectral lines of atmospheric gases are known
well enough to permit calculation of the absorption using line-by-line methods.
However, the absorption by water vapor measured in the laboratory or in the
atmosphere has usually been greater than that predicted on the basis of
theoretical line shapes and theoretical or empirical intensities and widths,
frequently by a factor of two or three. This excess absorption has several
characteristics that seem to hold ...