AURORA AND AIRGLOW, ADVANCED STUDY INSTITUTE, KEELE (ENGLAND), AUGUST 15-26, 1966.
IIT RESEARCH INST CHICAGO ILL
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After over forty lectures and a vast amount of discussion on the various aspects of aurora and airglow, some effort should be made to present a conclusion. The Institute did not attempt to reach agreements or to determine popular opinion, but rather to see that the experimental and theoretical results were presented and adequately discussed. Each individual must make his own evaluation as to the importance and credibility of the information. Personal conclusions of the Institute are presented from the point of view of future research requirements. This Institute did much to identify important areas of agreement and disagreement and to focus attention on multidisciplinary research and on key problems for the future. The attendees concluded that another two-week Institute on Aurora and Airglow should be held in 1968. Author
- Atmospheric Physics