By St. John C.E.
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It is characteristic of the latter that the zonal (latitudinal) component, growing with altitude, is superimposed by a circulation cell (the Hadley cell counterpart) whose originates from the temperature gradient between the equator and pole. 5 m/s at the surface up to ~100 m/s at 65 km. There, close to the tropopause, the upper cloud boundary is located. 1). Although significant progress was accomplished in the study and the modeling of these specific patterns, the mechanism by which this vigorous circulation is maintained is poorly understood yet.
It is also called the turbopause (or homopause) and characterizes the height at which turbulent mixing becomes inefficient and molecular diffusion begins to dominate, and the height distribution of atmospheric species is controlled by their particular scale heights. However, despite a constant M in the middle atmosphere, its actual composition is subject to large variations caused by minor admixtures. This is due to the extreme complexity of chemical and dynamic processes occurring in the stratosphere and, of minor importance, in the mesosphere and the lower thermosphere.
1980). The total concentration of components substantially grows during day time due to thermal “swelling” of the atmosphere. Such behavior of Venus' thermosphere is in agreement with modeling results assuming proper values of the eddy diffusion coefficients, similar to what was discussed for the terrestrial thermosphere. Apart from the carbon dioxide and products of its photolysis, the model is also able to predict the altitude dependence of a series of minor components (HCl, Cl, which were not covered by the measurements.
A Search for an Einstein Relativity-Gravitational Effect in the Sun (1917)(en)(3s) by St. John C.E.