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AFGL atmospheric constituent profiles (0-120km)
1986 by Optical Physics Division, Air Force Geophysics Laboratory in Hanscom AFB, MA .
Written in English
|Statement||G.P. Anderson ... [et al.]|
|Series||AFGL-TR -- 86-0110, Environmental research papers -- no. 954, Environmental research papers (Hanscom AFB, Mass.) -- no. 954|
|Contributions||Anderson, G. P., U.S. Air Force Geophysics Laboratory. Optical Physics Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
PARTIAL PRESSURE. The partial pressure PX of a gas X in a mixture of gases of total pressure P is defined as the pressure that would be exerted by the molecules of X if all the other gases were removed from the mixture. Dalton's law states that PX is related to P by the mixing ratio CX: () For our applications, P is the total atmospheric pressure. Similarly to, we use the ideal gas. The book potentially addresses diverse readers like academics, researchers and industrial chemists . we appreciate the editors’ intentions to bring the state-of-the- art knowledge on aerosol and atmospheric chemistry. The book may be useful to scholars who wish to investigate aerosol and atmospheric chemistry in perspective of changing. Defense Technical Information Center Sitemap Streamlining Notice. All Collections - Search all of the collections listed below at once. Technical Reports - Scientific and technical (S&T) reports conveying results of Defense-sponsored research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts on a wide range of topics. Collection includes both citations and many full-text, downloadable. The three major constituents of Earth's atmosphere are nitrogen, oxygen, and vapor accounts for roughly % of the atmosphere by mass. The concentration of water vapor (a greenhouse gas) varies significantly from around 10 ppm by volume in the coldest portions of the atmosphere to as much as 5% by volume in hot, humid air masses, and concentrations of other atmospheric gases are.
Figure 7 shows the equilibrium temperature profiles as a function of cirrus cloud thickness for a cloud base height of 50 kilometers. The cloud thickness is shown in kilometers near the top of each profile. The profile for 0 kilometers is the same profile found by Rush and Vardiman () for a .
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An atmospheric data base consisting of volume mixing ratios (o0 to 12okm) for twenty eight (28) minor and trace gases has been assembled for use with spectral radiance transmittance models. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: AFGL atmospheric constituent profiles (km).
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AFGL-TR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PAPERS, NO. LO AFGL Atmospheric Constituent Profiles (km) G.P. ANDERSON J.H. CHETWYND S.A. CLOUGH E. SHE1TLE. An atmospheric data base consisting of volume mixing ratios (00 to km) for twenty eight (28) minor and trace gases has been assembled for use with spectral radiance transmittance models.
Six reference atmospheres, each defining temperature, pressure and density as a function of altitude (selected from the U.S. Standard Supplements, and the U.S. Standard Atmosphere, ) provide a. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.
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References. Anderson, G.P., S.A. Clough, F.X. Kneizys, J.H. Chetwynd, and E.P. Shettle, AFGL Atmospheric Constituent Profiles (0 km). AFGL-TR, Air. Anderson, G. P., S. Clough, F. Kneizys, J. Chetwynd, and E. Shettle (), AFGL atmospheric constituent profiles (0– km), AFGL, TR Anderson transcribes them in his paper, which is in PDF and not ideal to read.
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. approximately 0% in the coldest part of the atmosphere to as much as 5% in moist and hot regions. On average, water vapour accounts for % of the mass of the atmosphere.
On a large-scale, the atmosphere is very close to. hydrostatic equilibrium, meaning that at a height. z, the force due to the pressure. on a 1 m. horizontal surface.
The MET (Jacchia, ; Hickey, ; Owens et al., ) model provides species concentrations for N 2, O 2, O, Ar, He and H above 90 km.
Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL) atmospheric constituent profiles (Anderson et al., ) are also used extensively for the constituents up to km altitude. buy iso/tr space environment (natural and artificial) - guide to reference and standard atmosphere models from sai global.
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Allen C.W. Astrophysical Quantities, 3rd ed. (Athlone Press, London) Google Scholar. Due to forward scattering of direct sunlight in the atmosphere, the circumsolar region closely surrounding the solar disk looks very bright. The radiation coming from this region, the circumsolar radiation, is in large part included in common direct normal irradiance (DNI) measurements, but only partially intercepted by the receivers of focusing collectors.
Middle Atmosphere Models. AFGL Atmospheric Constituent Profiles (Range: 0 to km), ; AFGL Extreme Envelopes of Climate Elements up to 80 km, ; AFGL Profiles of Temperature and Density Based on 1- and Percent; Extremes in the Stratosphere and Troposphere (Range: 0 to 80 km), ; A Global Reference Atmosphere from 18 to 80 km, AFGL atmospheric constituent profiles (0– km) Air Force Geophysics Laboratory Tech.
Rep. AFGL-TR, Hanscom Air Force Base, Bedford, MA, 43 pp Google Scholar. We use the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL) atmospheric constituent profile for midlatitude summer and a dark surface.
Total aerosol optical depth and vertical distribution are different for the following three cases, with the same single-scattering albedo and asymmetry factor of. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society in context.
and E. Shettle, “ AFGL atmospheric constituent profiles ( km),” Technical Report No. AFGL-TR (DTIC Document, ). The book contains 25 papers that cover the following topics: remote sounding of atmospheric temperature; trace gases; precipitation and aerosols; sea surface temperature; ocean color; and winds.
These papers are grouped into eight parts under major topics such as inversion methods, aerosol sounding, remote sounding, gaseous constituent. About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so. By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in About Cookies.
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JOURNAL NAME: Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol.3 No.3, July 3, ABSTRACT: An analysis of atmospheric SW-radiative forcing and local heating/cooling rate is made using a one year temporal and vertical profiles of aerosol and cloud over Yaoundé (°E, °N).
An analysis of atmospheric SW-radiative forcing and local heating/cooling rate is made using a one year temporal and vertical profiles of aerosol and cloud over Yaoundé (°E, °N). It appears that the direct influence of aerosols on the surface compared to the TOA can be 3 times larger.
Annual mean value obtained at mb altitude is + W/m2 with range from 0 to +43 W/m2. The combination of these nadir and limb observations is likely to improve the ozone profile observations in the troposphere and stratosphere.
In this sensitivity study the method of calculating the retrieval errors and covariances of the ozone profile values will be described, and the results will be presented for a few representative scenarios. This first guess profile is analogous to the a priori profile in the maximum a posteriori algorithm.
During the field portion of INTEX‐A, we used the AFGL standard atmosphere profiles [Anderson et al., ] as the first guess to AIRS CO products for INTEX‐A. We include AFGL first guess retrievals in the direct comparison portion of this study. A high-resolution dual-band terahertz (THz) radiometer was designed to measure vertical distributions of chemical elements in the middle atmosphere of the Tibetan Plateau.
A forward simulation, which always should be conducted firstly for the development of a matching retrieval algorithm, has not been done before.
We use two radiative transfer models, ARTS and AM, to simulate the water vapor. If the quantum channel is the atmosphere, the information is usually encoded in the polarization of a photon.
A link budget is required, which takes into account the depolarization of the photon after its interaction with the atmosphere as well as absorption, scattering and atmospheric emissions. Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL) atmospheric constituent profiles (Anderson et al., ) are also used extensively for the constituents to km altitude.
The GUACA data set provides water vapor data from the surface to the mb pressure level. The NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) water. The gas absorption in the ‐μm is totally ignored since the gas optical thickness of the entire atmosphere has a magnitude of (i.e., calculated using the U.S. Standard atmospheric profile [Anderson et al., ]).
The two‐way transmittance in the ‐μm channel can be derived from equation (2)– as. the AFGL Atmospheric Constituent profiles (Anderson et al., ) and scaled to current The line transition parameters for the molecules were provided from the AFGL HITRAN database (Rothman et al., ).
The model utilized an aerosol profile that was representative of the visibility conditions as monitored by the local weather office.
Empirical evidence for the effect of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels on Earth’s surface energy balance is presented: the increase in surface radiative forcing from to measured. 1 INTRODUCTION. Atmospheric transmittance in the near‐infrared (near‐IR) region is an important physical parameter that must be determined in remote sensing applications such as measurements of vertical columns of atmospheric gases from space using reflected shortwave radiation (e.g., Kuang et al., ; Buchwitz et al., ; Kuze et al., ; Guerlet et al., ; Eldering et al., ).
The atmospheric profiles in the training database were taken from the Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic (ICON) numerical weather prediction model. It can be seen that the two inversion methods are based on a perfect and practical retrieval database, and the inversion accuracy depends heavily.
In atmospheric science we are confronted with inverse problems arising in applications associated with retrievals of geophysical parameters. A nonlinear mapping from geophysical quantities (e.g., atmospheric properties) to spectral measurements can be represented by a forward model.
An inversion often suffers from the lack of stability and its stabilization introduced by proper approaches. ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION Section G.P. Anderson, H.S. Muench a minor, variable constituent of the atmosphere, dynamical processes in the upper atmosphere.
Sources such is recognized as a dominant influence on both the present Diitsch  have been graciously supplied to AFGL by milli-atmosphere-centimeter (m-atm-cm), the.
Books; e-Products; Partner with us. Publish with us; some simulation results for realistic and generic atmospheric conditions are reported and discussed. Keywords: Entangled states F. X. Kneizys, J. H. Chetwynd and E. P. Shettle, AFDL atmospheric constituent profiles, AFGL Technical Report, AFGL-TR, Air Force Geophysical.The MODIS Atmospheric Profile product consists of several parameters: they are total-ozone burden, atmospheric stability, temperature and moisture profiles, and atmospheric water vapor.
All of these parameters are produced day and night for Level-2 at 5x5 1-km pixel resolution when at least 9 .Textbooks and Key Book Resources: The main textbook used in this course in is. Atmospheric Sciences: An Introductory Survey (2nd Edition), J.
M. Wallace and P. V. Hobbs, Academic Press, This is abbreviated below as. ASI, so that. ASI-7 is page 7 from this book. Professor Houze is a co-author of parts of.