Christia n E. Jung e Jung e law. In 1961 he (Chagnon and Junge 1961) dis- 1912-199 6 covere d the stratospheric aerosol layer around 20-km altitude that is today called "the Junge layer." That Christia n E. Junge died on 18 Jun e 1996 in layer had been proposed by optical measurements but Uberlingen, Germany, at the age of 83. Through his until these studies it was never sampled on location. wor k and the publication of the book Atmospheric Wit h his research group in Mainz, he continued re- Chemistry and Radioactivity in 1963, Junge named, search on atmospheric aerosols and expanded that re- created , and formed a search into atmospheric chemistry in general. Junge complet e science—at- was one of those blessed scientists having firm pic- mospheri c chemistry. In tures and ideas about his research. 1995 that science was fi- Althoug h he did not offer very detailed proofs, he nally recognized by the definitely propose d unconventional and new ideas. He general public when the continued in a field that was almost neglected by the Nobel Prize in Chemis- disciplines. Meteorology covered the dynamics and try was awarded to at- forecas t of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1996
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