atmospheric structure

atmospheric structure

[¦at·mə¦sfir·ik ′strək·chər]
(meteorology)
Atmospheric characteristics, including wind direction and velocity, altitude, air density, and velocity of sound.
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The results from this evaluation showed an atmospheric structure similar to flat terrain (Kaimal et al.
In addition, four to 16 radio soundings are being deployed to map the atmospheric structure in and above the valley.
The deep convection system can significantly change the atmospheric structure of the tropical tropopause layer, increasing the height of the lapse rate minimum and lowering the height of the CPT [7].
[22, 23] measured the temperature, humidity, and pressure regarding the atmospheric structure of Terra Nova Bay during the UAV flights at high vertical and temporal resolutions to confirm the results derived from AWS (automatic weather station) and satellite data.
However, rising temperatures have stabilized the city's atmospheric structure, making winds unlikely in the next few days, according to the Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center.
The result considers the focusing regime and also can be reduced to the result of the horizontal path when atmospheric structure constant is a fixed value.
New Horizons' sophisticated visible mappers and radio and ultraviolet instruments will provide the first unambiguous measurements of Pluto's atmospheric pressure, return precise details of the planet's atmospheric structure and composition, and determine the extent of hazes and clouds around the Plutonian globe.
The 18 presented papers, eight posters, and a summary of the concluding session explore their physics in relation to their stage of evolution, atmospheric structure and dynamics, stellar winds, and associated dust formation.
McKay is co-Investigator on the Titan probe atmospheric structure experiment (HASI).
Jacob begins with topics such as atmospheric structure and atmospheric transport, and continues with geometrical cycles, the greenhouse effect, and acid rain.
Therefore, the satellite-observed broadband radiation comes from a relatively thick atmospheric layer and can only provide coarse information about the atmospheric structure, limiting the ability to observe the atmosphere's high-level (fine) vertical structure (Eyre 1989).
Washington, Feb 24 ( ANI ): The Universe could be home to billions of Earth-like planets but a great majority of them may have a totally different internal and atmospheric structure as compared to our planet, scientists suggest.
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