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Announcements Atmospheri c Effects of Stratospheric Aircraft tions. Mathematical modeling and large-scale data The Upper Air Atmosphere Program and the National collection and analysis lie at the core of all environ- Aeronautics and Space Administration's High-Speed mental studies. Unfortunately, scientists, mathemati- Research Program (HSRP) will sponsor a Scientific cians, and engineers immersed in developing and Meeting on the Atmospheric Effects of Stratospheric applying environmental models, computational meth- Aircraft (AESA) on 6-1 0 April 1992 in Virginia Beach, ods, statistical techniques, and computational hard- Virginia. The meeting will consist of invited reviews ware advance with separate and often discordant and contributed scientific presentations. Relevant topics paces. The IMA Summer Program on Environmental include, but are not limited to, theoretical modeling, Studies is designed to provide a much needed inter- atmospheric observations, and laboratory studies that disciplinary forum for joint exploration of recent ad- address the following topics: natural chemical cycles vances in this field. For more information, write to of the upper atmosphere; circulation of the lower Mary Wheeler, Chair, Institute for Mathematics and its stratosphere and exchange with the troposphere; Applications, 514 Vincent Hall, 206 Church St., S. E., ozone chemistry of the stratosphere and upper tropo- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-73.1.76
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Abstract

Atmospheri c Effects of Stratospheric Aircraft tions. Mathematical modeling and large-scale data The Upper Air Atmosphere Program and the National collection and analysis lie at the core of all environ- Aeronautics and Space Administration's High-Speed mental studies. Unfortunately, scientists, mathemati- Research Program (HSRP) will sponsor a Scientific cians, and engineers immersed in developing and Meeting on the Atmospheric Effects of Stratospheric applying environmental models, computational meth- Aircraft (AESA) on 6-1 0 April 1992 in Virginia Beach, ods, statistical techniques, and computational hard- Virginia. The meeting will consist of invited reviews ware advance with separate and often discordant and contributed scientific presentations. Relevant topics paces. The IMA Summer Program on Environmental include, but are not limited to, theoretical modeling, Studies is designed to provide a much needed inter- atmospheric observations, and laboratory studies that disciplinary forum for joint exploration of recent ad- address the following topics: natural chemical cycles vances in this field. For more information, write to of the upper atmosphere; circulation of the lower Mary Wheeler, Chair, Institute for Mathematics and its stratosphere and exchange with the troposphere; Applications, 514 Vincent Hall, 206 Church St., S. E., ozone chemistry of the stratosphere and upper tropo- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.

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Published: Jan 1, 1992

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