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new publications Bulletin American Meteorological Society report identifies some of the important problems to be addressed in order to obtain a detailed under- standing of transport processes in the atmosphere over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Working Group II, chaired by Fehsenfeld, focuses its attention on "NO in the Troposphere." The following topics are The Averaged Moduli of Smoothness With Applica- highlighted as fields requiring further research: NO tions in Numerical Methods and Approximation (B. sources and sinks, distributions and trends, gas phase Sendov and V. A. Popov, 1988, 181 pp., $57.95, and heterogeneous chemistry, and instrument devel- Hardbound, John Wile y & Sons). This book describes opment. "The Regional Ozone Problem" is the title a new method of estimating the error in commonly of the third working group summary. This group, used numerical methods such as interpolation, one- chaired by Guicherit, begins with a clear statement sided approximation of functions, approximation of of the reasons for concern over elevated ozone levels functions by means of operators, spline approxima- and continues with a discussion of the research that tions, quadrature formulae, and network methods for is needed to completely understand the formation and the numerical solution of integral and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-70.6.693
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Abstract

Bulletin American Meteorological Society report identifies some of the important problems to be addressed in order to obtain a detailed under- standing of transport processes in the atmosphere over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Working Group II, chaired by Fehsenfeld, focuses its attention on "NO in the Troposphere." The following topics are The Averaged Moduli of Smoothness With Applica- highlighted as fields requiring further research: NO tions in Numerical Methods and Approximation (B. sources and sinks, distributions and trends, gas phase Sendov and V. A. Popov, 1988, 181 pp., $57.95, and heterogeneous chemistry, and instrument devel- Hardbound, John Wile y & Sons). This book describes opment. "The Regional Ozone Problem" is the title a new method of estimating the error in commonly of the third working group summary. This group, used numerical methods such as interpolation, one- chaired by Guicherit, begins with a clear statement sided approximation of functions, approximation of of the reasons for concern over elevated ozone levels functions by means of operators, spline approxima- and continues with a discussion of the research that tions, quadrature formulae, and network methods for is needed to completely understand the formation and the numerical solution of integral and

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1989

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