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ABLE stands for Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment

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42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50; received considerable attention in recent initiatives such as the 1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE...
and arctic wetlands have received considerable attention in recent initiatives such as the 1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE) and the...
and August 1988 to investigate the distribution of trace gas and aerosol chemical species during summer months; (2) Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment...
Smarsh D. (1994), Meteorological Investigation of Ozone Anomalies during the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta...
Able Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries. English English Dictionaries; Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment [> NASA]...
Results from an Arctic boundary-layer experiment; Mobile high-frequency mini-SODAR and its potential for boundary-layer studies
View Dave Smarsh (USAF Col, ret), PhD; The enhancements in tropospheric ozone that were found during the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A)...
plinary experiments such as ABLE3 (Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment), NOWES (Northern Wetlands Study) and BOREAS (Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study) have...
Carbon Cycling and Methane Exchange; campaigns such as the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment; and Methane Exchange in Eurasian Tundra Ecosystems
These observations were made during summertime (21 July 1990) on the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3B) using the NASA Electra in Manitoba, Canada.
Summertime tropospheric nonmethane hydrocarbon and halocarbon concentrations over central and eastern Canada during ABLE-3B. [ABLE (Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment)]
1988; Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (Able-3A); Barrow & Bethel, Alaska; Langley DAAC; RSR; Airborne DIAL
1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE-3a); "The effect of line averaging on scalar flux measurement with a sonic anemometer near the surface"...
Volume I focuses on the data archive for PEM-West A and the concurrent APARE mission; Amazon Boundary Layer Experiment and Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment...
Net uptake of carbon dioxide averaged 0.30 gC/m2/d (0.1 tons C/hectare) during the period of the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A).
Research Links. Alaska Climate Research Center. Alaska Geobotany Center. Arctic Paleo-River Discharge (APARD) Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment
1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment; "The effect of line averaging on scalar flux measurement with a sonic anemometer near the surface", L. Kristensen...
(NASA) Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE) Amazon Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 2) and the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3).
Net uptake of carbon dioxide averaged 0.30 gC/m 2 /d (0.1 tons C/hectare) during the period of the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A).
Meteorological investigation of ozone anomalies during the arctic boundary layer experiment (ABLE 3A)
ADA284494. Title : Meteorological Investigation of Ozone Anomalies during the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A) Descriptive Note : Master's thesis
Meteorological Investigation of Ozone Anomalies during the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A) on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
Tropospheric ozone and aerosols measured by airborne lidar during the 1988 Arctic boundary layer experiment: NTRS Full-Text: Click to View [PDF Size: 146 KB]
LIDAR | Differential Absorption Lidar; Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE-3A) Barrow and Bethel, Alaska: 1989: Airborne Arctic Stratospheric Expedition (AASE-1)
Summer 1990: Collected and analyzed biomass burning impacted gas and aerosol samples on the NASA Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE-3B)...
Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment; Area Base for Living Enrichment; Argonne Boundary Layer Experiments; Arizona Business Leadership for Education;
Summertime measurements of selected nonmethane hydrocarbons in the Arctic and Subarctic during the 1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 3A), J. Geophys.
Shipham, M. C., S. Bachmeier, D. S. Cahoon, and E. V. Browell, Meteorological overview of the Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE-3A) flight series. J. Geophys...
Summertime measurements of selected nonmethane hydrocarbons in the arctic and subarctic during the 1988 Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE-3A), AGU Fall...
distribution of trace gas and aerosol chemical species during summer months; (2) Arctic Boundary Layer Experiment [> NASA]...