SOUNDINGS OF TERRESTRIAL RADIATION FLUX OVER WISCONSIN

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  • 1 Office of Meteorological Research, U.S. Weather Bureau
  • | 2 Department of Meteorology, The University of Wisconsin
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Abstract

Results and conclusions drawn from 50 radiometer-sonde ascents over Wisconsin are presented. Atmospheric infrared radiation flux is separated into upward, downward, and net components. Radiation divergence and resulting cooling are computed. Seasonal averages of these direct observations are compared.

Abstract

Results and conclusions drawn from 50 radiometer-sonde ascents over Wisconsin are presented. Atmospheric infrared radiation flux is separated into upward, downward, and net components. Radiation divergence and resulting cooling are computed. Seasonal averages of these direct observations are compared.

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