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Atmospheric Temperature Profiles of the Northern Hemisphere A Compendium of Data

By: Young Yee(Author), Kueyson Yee(Author), Erik Yee(Author)
327 pages, 22 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Atmospheric Temperature Profiles of the Northern Hemisphere
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  • Atmospheric Temperature Profiles of the Northern Hemisphere ISBN: 9789400740280 Hardback May 2012 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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For more than three decades, the US Standard Atmosphere has been used by researchers and professionals in many areas of aeronautics and atmospheric sciences. It is an idealized, all season average temperature profile of the earth's atmosphere. But today's modern day and sophisticated global applications require more extensive representations of the mean temperature profile.

Atmospheric Temperature Profiles of the Northern Hemisphere is a global augmentation of the climatological tropospheric temperature profiles in the Northern Hemisphere for different latitude belts and seasons. There are 72 mean temperature profile tables from the surface up to 10 kilometers in height that represent the four seasons for different latitudinal belts (5° N, 10° N, 15° N, 20° N, 25° N, 30° N, 35° N, 40° N, 45° N, 50° N, 55° N, 60° N, 65° N, 70° N, 75° N, 80° N, 85° N). The model is based on a neural network algorithm that uses archived radiosonde data, retrieved temperature profiles from remote sensors, and the solar insolation at the top of the earth's atmosphere.

It is the most comprehensive book of mean seasonal tropospheric temperature profiles to date. Atmospheric Temperature Profiles of the Northern Hemisphere will be an indispensible reference to the aeronautic and meteorological industries worldwide as well as an easy-to-use guide for climatologists, meteorologists, aeronautic engineers, researchers and aviators.



1.1  Background
1.2  Basic Assumptions and Formulas
1.2.1  Primary Constants
1.2.2  Perfect Gas Law
1.2.3  Geopotential
1.2.4  Pressure           
1.3  Derived Quantities
1.3.1 Speed of Sound
1.3.2  Dynamic Viscosisity
1.3.3  Kinematic Viscosity    
1.3.4  Thermal Conductivity
2.1 Background         
2.2 Neural network   
3.1  Data Resources  
3.2  Seasons   
3.3  Latitudinal Land and Ocean Coverage
4.1  Northern Hemisphere Winter Tables     
4.2  Northern Hemisphere Spring Tables     
4.3  Northern Hemisphere Summer Tables   
4.4  Northern Hemisphere Fall Tables
5.1  Northern Hemisphere Winter Tables     
5.2  Northern Hemisphere Spring Tables     
5.3  Northern Hemisphere Summer Tables   
5.4  Northern Hemisphere Summer Tables   
6.1  Mean Seasonal 5° - 15° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles      
6.2  Mean Seasonal 20° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.3  Mean Seasonal 25° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.4  Mean Seasonal 30° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.5  Mean Seasonal 35° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.6  Mean Seasonal 40° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.7  Mean Seasonal 45° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.8  Mean Seasonal 50° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.9  Mean Seasonal 55° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles  
6.10  Mean Seasonal 60° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.11  Mean Seasonal 65° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.12  Mean Seasonal 70° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.13  Mean Seasonal 75° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.14  Mean Seasonal 80° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
6.15  Mean Seasonal 85° N. Latitude Temperature Profiles
Appendix A – System of international units
Appendix B – Symbols and abbreviations   
Appendix C – Research centers and data libraries

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Young Yee, chief climatologist for Mkey Technologies, has more than 25 years of extensive experience involving atmospheric temperature profile measurements and remote sensing temperature retrievals. He was a senior research meteorologist and project leader for the atmospheric science division of the Army Research Laboratory from 1981 to 2006.

By: Young Yee(Author), Kueyson Yee(Author), Erik Yee(Author)
327 pages, 22 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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