In both models (1.5), (1.6), the relative strength of the turbulence in an atmospheric layer
at height H (i.e., the dependence on H) is described by a measured constant Cn(H).
Earth has a stratosphere because of ozone, which absorbs the Sun's ultraviolet rays and heats up this atmospheric layer
In this work a method proposed by  is used, which considers the energy balance of the soil substrate, a slab layer of soil, and the surface atmospheric layer
At an altitude of about 50 miles is an atmospheric layer
known as the mesosphere - and it's here that we can observe noctilucent clouds.
It's a shame, because the soundtrack and voice acting are admirable, adding an atmospheric layer
to the dungeon crawling and fast-paced fighting sequences.
The index allows us to uncouple the emission factor and the dilution factor, which determines the atmospheric concentration of primary pollutants in the lower atmospheric layer
In nature, what name is given to the atmospheric layer
above the earth's surface, which filters most of the sun's ultraviolet rays?
That is why most of the molecules collect close to the Earth's surface in the first atmospheric layer
, called the troposphere.
However, thanks to divine providence , our planet earth is surrounded by an atmospheric layer
which prevents the landing of lots of meteorite debris onto mother earth otherwise it would have caused a great disaster that is many folds of its weight.
He explains that until now it was thought that a massively energetic eruption was needed to inject aerosols past the troposphere, the turbulent atmospheric layer
closest to Earth, into the stable layers of the stratosphere higher up.
The hose would spray particles similar to the ash spewed from a volcano into the atmospheric layer
called the stratosphere to help cool Earth.
Polar ozone Record ozone depletion over the Arctic rivals what was observed in the Antarctic when holes in the protective atmospheric layer
first appeared there (SN: 11/19/11, p.