by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Sciences Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC .
Written in English
|Statement||John McHugh ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||McHugh, John, 1941-, Atmospheric Sciences Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ;|
Atmospheric Chemistry entails the study of the chemical composition of and transformations in the atmosphere. It concerns both trace gases and particulate matter (PM), and encompasses all regions of the atmosphere, from remote, "clean" upper tropospheric regions to surface, urban, "polluted" regions. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics publishes original research papers discussing physical and chemical processes in both clear and cloudy atmospheres. The following topic areas are particularly emphasized: atmospheric dynamics and general circulation; synoptic meteorology; weather systems in specific regions, such as the tropics, the polar. Professor Anastasio's research explores the chemistry and composition of tropospheric aerosol particles and cloud/fog drops, typically using laboratory studies. Reactions in these particles and drops are an important component of the biogeochemical cycles of nutrients and pollutants that can alter atmospheric composition and affect climate and. Meteorology investigates the physical and chemical processes in the atmosphere. The best-known applications are weather forecasting and climatology. Weather forecasting requires mainly numerical methods and mathematical expertise, which our textbooks convey in an understandable way and by means of numerous examples.
The upper layers of the atmosphere are studied in aeronomy. Meteorology focuses on weather forecasting and includes atmospheric physics and atmospheric chemistry. Climatology studies atmospheric changes that occur due to natural and anthropogenic climatic variability. Atmospheric science is a vast field that also encapsulates planetary science. Atmospheric Science is a huge and complex discipline, interfacing with earth science, astronomy, physics, chemistry, mathematics, etc., and this introductory single trimester course can only expose the student to a small subset of the potentially relevant material. 1 MEASURES OF ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION 1. MIXING RATIO 1. NUMBER DENSITY 2. PARTIAL PRESSURE 6. PROBLEMS Fog formation Phase partitioning of water in cloud The ozone layer 2 ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE MEASURING ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE MASS OF THE ATMOSPHERE VERTICAL PROFILES OF PRESSURE . The questions and problems presented here are intended to supplement my book Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (Princeton University Press, ). They are arranged following the different chapters of the book. In recent years I have added to my course lectures a chap ‘Aerosol Chemistry’ and a chapter
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