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meteorology of the total extent of the atmosphere

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Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has dedicated the aerological tower on Ford Island, which served as flight control center on December 7, 1941, the company said.
Observations and analysis of snow crystals for proving the suitability as aerological sonde.
The Impactor unit, developed at the Central Aerological Laboratory, will explore aerosol particle contamination of the atmosphere.
He became interested in the condition in the upper atmosphere even before he joined the DMI and in 1936 spent 4 months at the leading aerological center in Lindenberg outside Berlin, Germany.
Contract notice: Helium gas supply, in four lots, for the network of aerological observation meteorological agency.
Additionally, wind data recorded at Tallinn (Harku) Aerological Station (during 1953-1977 at 59[degrees]28' N, 24[degrees]49' E, later at 59[degrees]24' N, 24[degrees]36' E) on the 850 hPa isobaric level were used.
AFFILIATIONS: INGLEBY--ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom, and Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom; PAULEY--Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California; KATS--Central Aerological Observatory of Roshydromet, Dolgoprudny, Russia; Ator and Keyser--NOAA, College Park, Maryland; DOERENBECHER--MeteoFrance, Toulouse, France; FUCILE--ECMWF, Reading, United KINGDOM; HASEGAWA AND TOYODA--Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo, Japan; KLEINERT--Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, GERMANY; QU--Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; ST.
Tenders are invited for Modernization of Aerological Network Equipment
The subject of public procurement is the purchase of 4 sets of aerological measurements of the atmosphere.
The IASOA observatories have some of the longest aerological sounding measurements in the Arctic region but various authors have commented on the difficulty of comparing these observations across measurements programs so that they can be used reliably to evaluate trends (Gaffen 1994; Seidel et al.
Invitation for Bids: Modernization Of Aerological Network Equipment
1971b: Mesoscale modification of synoptic situations from thunderstorm development as revealed by ATS III and aerological data.