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Aeronomy Laboratory Science Review 1998

1-3 September, Boulder, Colorado

Summary of the Aeronomy Laboratory and Its Research:

Review Cover

  1. Introduction PDF file
    1. The Aeronomy Laboratory: Our Aims, Approach, and Organization
    2. The Aeronomy Laboratory Staff: The Fundamental Resource
    3. Our Institutions: Of Whom Are We a Part?
    4. Our Budget: Where It Comes From and Where It Goes
    5. Our Facilities: At Home and Away
    6. Our Colleagues: Interactions in the Scientific Community
    7. Our "Products" and Our "Customers": The Bottom Line
  2. The Stratospheric Ozone Layer PDF file
    1. The Context of Our Research: What and Why?
    2. Some Illustrative Recent Accomplishments: What? And So What?
      1. Reactive Chemical Species as Tracers in the Stratosphere
      2. Dynamics in the Stratosphere
      3. Elucidating the Role of Stratospheric Aerosol: What Are They and What Do They Do?
      4. Better Understanding of Chemistry in the Polar Regions: From Antarctica to the Arctic
      5. Understanding of Midlatitude Ozone Depletion
      6. Understanding Stratospheric Processes Through Laboratory and Field Measurements
      7. Rehabilitation of the Ozone Layer: Searching for Ozone-Friendly CFC Substitutes
    3. Future Plans: What's Next?
  3. Regional Tropospheric Chemistry PDF file
    1. The Context of Our Research: What and Why?
    2. Some Illustrative Recent Accomplishments: What? And So What?
      1. Setting the Stage: Instrument and Platform Development
      2. Testing the Understanding of Photochemical Ozone Production
      3. Investigating the Regionality of Ozone Production
      4. Understanding Regional Air Quality: Combining Meteorology and Chemistry
      5. Understanding Regional Air Quality: Processes on Fine Particles
    3. Future Plans: What's Next?
  4. The Chemistry, Radiation, and Dynamics of Climate PDF file
    1. The Context of Our Research: What and Why?
    2. Some Illustrative Recent Accomplishments: What? And So What?
      1. Radiatively Important Gases: Lifetimes, Chemical Processes, Radiative Forcing, and Budgets
      2. Aerosols, Water Vapor, and Clouds: Formation, Composition, and Radiative Effects
      3. Dynamical Measurements and Theory
    3. Future Plans: What's Next?
  5. Appendices
    1. The Aeronomy Laboratory Organization and Staff, August 1998 PDF file
    2. Aeronomy Laboratory Peer-Reviewed Publications: 1993 - Present (August 1998) PDF file
    3. Contributions of the Aeronomy Laboratory Staff to State-of-Understanding Scientific Assessments PDF file
    4. The Aeronomy Laboratory Quarterly Newsletter, "On the Air!"(Volume 3 Number 1) PDF file