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51. 52. L. THOMAS E. E. Ferguson and F. C. Fehsenfeld, J. Geophys. Res. 73, 6215, (1968). J. G. Anderson and C. A. Barth, J. Geophys. , 76, 3723,(1971). ~ T. L. , 73, 645, (1973). E. E. Ferguson, Radio Sci. l,~97, (1972). J. D. Whitehead, J. Atmosph7 Terr. , 20, 49, (1971). M. Donahue: The kind of temperature gradients that we infer from oxygen distributions are consistent with those obtained from incoherent scatter-observations. HIGH-LATITUDE IONOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTIONS Peter M. Banks Department of Applied Physics and Information Science, University of California, San Diego, USA A review of high-latitude ionosphere-atmosphere interactions was presented.

0 1950 . --1955 1960 YEAR Figure 7. Correlation of sunspot number with ionization at selected pressures over Thule, Greenland. (after Neher and Anderson, 1962, from Ruderman and Chamberlain, 1975). r - - - - . 22 200 020 ~ ~. 1'", (l. I ~ Figure 8. j Variation of the stratospheric ozone between 20 and 30 R, Sunspotnumber (after Paetzold et al. 1972). km altitude during two sunspot cycles. 33 SOLAR RADIATION VARIATION AND CLIMATE o ~~ w~ APRil APR21 ~ir. ---'------L-- ' - - ' - - - L - - . . I .

W. King (1975) has put together a number of examples of meteorological parameters that show variations in the amount of rainfall and temperature that show periodicity of II-year in some cases and of 22-years in others (Fig. 9). Z 200 2III Z :l III l: ~ 100 a: :> N 0 THULE. GREENLAND Am ' . 88°N 500 29 km ~ « u. l '"QZ ~ 200 12 km e 100 9 km . 0 1950 . --1955 1960 YEAR Figure 7. Correlation of sunspot number with ionization at selected pressures over Thule, Greenland. (after Neher and Anderson, 1962, from Ruderman and Chamberlain, 1975).

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Atmospheric Physics from Spacelab: Proceedings of the 11th ESLAB Symposium, Organized by the Space Science Department of the European Space Agency, Held at Frascati, Italy, 11–14 May 1976 by L. Thomas (auth.), J. J. Burger, A. Pedersen, B. Battrick (eds.)


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