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DEVELOPMENTS IN METEOROLOGICAL SENSORS AND MEASURING TECHNIQUES TO 150,000 FEET, 1966.
Final rept., 1 Mar 66-28 Feb 67,
THORNTHWAITE (C W) ASSOCIATES ELMER N J LAB OF CLIMATOLOGY
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Results of a continuing survey of recent developments in meteorological sensors and techniques for measuring temperature, wind, humidity, ozone, pressure, density and radiation solar and terrestrial by balloons and rockets up to about 150,000 feet are presented as an annotated bibliography of 277 items as well as more detailed analyses of the current state-or-the-art and promising developments in each of the seven sensor fields. The report also includes an introduction describing the general meteorological characteristics and thus the instrumental needs in the stratosphere. The text includes 123 references. Author
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