Vertical Structure of Summer Fogs in the Dikson Island Area,
ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
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The Arctic and Antarctic Institute, with the Main Geophysical Observatory, carried out in July-August 1967 a series of tethered meteorograph ascents in the Dikson Island area to study the vertical structure of the atmosphere when fog is present. The meteograph ascents were made at two-hour intervals to an altitude of 500 m.