Recent Submissions

  • Aerosol hygroscopicity and visibility estimates in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park 

    Contributor:Kreidenweis, Sonia M.; Hand, Jenny L.; Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (Fort Collins, Colo.); Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility Study (SEAVS)
    Date:1997-06
    Summertime visibility in the National Parks in the Eastern United States is often very poor, due to high particulate mass concentrations and high relative humidities. As a part of the Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility ...
  • Optical measurements of aerosol size distributions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park : particle hygroscopicity and its impact on visibility 

    Contributor:Kreidenweis, Sonia M.; Ames, Rodger B.; Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (Fort Collins, Colo.); Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility Study (SEAVS)
    Date:1996-08
    Aerosol size distributions were measured during the 1995 Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility Study (SEAVS) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park using a PMS ASASP-X optical aerosol spectrometer. Ambient aerosol was ...
  • A cloud free vault 

    Contributor:Weaver, John F.
    Date Submitted:1975
    A severe squall line, with several isolated storms near its southernmost end, was observed near Grover, Colorado, on the afternoon of 22 July 73 by the NHRE storm monitoring system. The northern segment of the squall line ...
  • Northern Front Range Air Quality Study 

    Contributor:Lawson, Douglas R.; Northern Front Range Air Quality Study (NFRAQS) Technical Project; Colorado State University
    Date:1996-1997
    The Northern Front Range Air Quality Study was instituted by the Colorado State Legislature through House Bill 95-1345 and amended through House Bill 96-1179. The legislation delineated an independent, objective, ...