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Barrett, Earl W.; Herndon Jr., Lee R.; Carter, Howard J. (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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The results of three high-altitude ascents of an experimental radiosonde incorporating an electronic dew point hygrometer and carried by a large plastic balloon are presented. Significant features of the moisture distribution in the stratosphere revealed by these nights include at least one saturated layer in the vicinity of the tropopause on each occasion, and marked increases of the mixing ratio with height in the layer between 16 and 30 km in the two summer soundings. Charts and tabulations of the data from the three soundings are presented.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1950.tb00340.x
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    • BARRETET., W., HERNDO NLE, E R., Jr., and CARTER, DOBSONG., M. B., BREWEAR.,W., and CWILONBG.,M., HOWARJD., 1949: A preliminary note o n the meas- 1946: Meteorology of the lower stratosphere. Proc. urement of water vapor content in the middle Roy. SOCL.oadoti (A) 185,144-175. stratosphere. J . Meteor. 6, 367-368. SCHERHARGI C,HARD19,48: Wetteranalyse und Wetter-
    • BYERSH,ORACRE., and BRAHAMR,OSCOER., 1949: prognose, pp. 76-77 (Average absolute topography T h e Thunderstorm, pp. 93-96. U. S. Government of the 41-mb surface in January and July). Springer Printing Office, Washington 2s. D. C. Verlag, Berlin, Gottingen and Heidelberg.
    • CRARYA,. P., 1950: Stratosphere winds and temperatures from acoustical propagation studies. J. Meteor. 7, 333-242.
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