On the Dispersal of Large Particles in the Atmosphere

James G. Edinger Department of Meteorology, University of California, Los Angeles 24, California

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The process by which large airborne particles move farther apart with time in our atmosphere is investigated by means of simple examples and arguments.

* U.C.L.A. Department of Meteorology, Papers in Meteorology, No. 27. The research in this paper has been sponsored in part by the Geophysics Research Division, Air Force Cambridge Research Center, under Contract AF 19 (122)-464.

The process by which large airborne particles move farther apart with time in our atmosphere is investigated by means of simple examples and arguments.

* U.C.L.A. Department of Meteorology, Papers in Meteorology, No. 27. The research in this paper has been sponsored in part by the Geophysics Research Division, Air Force Cambridge Research Center, under Contract AF 19 (122)-464.

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