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  • Winter warmings, tides and planetary waves. Comparisions between CMAM (with interactive chemistry) and MFR-MetO observations and data. 

    Manson, A.H.; Hall, Chris; Meek, C.; Chshyolkova, T.; McLandress, C.; Avery, S.K.; Fritts, D.C.; Hocking, W.K.; Igarashi, K.; MacDougall, J.W.; Murayama, Y.; Riggin, D.C.; Thorsen, D.; Vincent, R.A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2006-10-20)
    Following earlier comparisons using the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model (CMAM, without interactive chemistry), the dynamical characteristics of the model are assessed with interactive chemistry activated. Time-sequences ...
  • The WSO, a world-class observatory for the ultraviolet 

    Solheim, Jan Erik; Barstow, M.A.; Binette, L.; Brosch, N.; Cheng, F-Z.; Dennefeld, M.; Gomez de Castro, A.I.; Haubold, H.; van der Hucht, K.A.; Kappelmann, N.; Martinez, P.; Ribak, E.N.; Moisheev, A.; Pagano, I.; Sahade, J.; Wamsteker, W.; Werner, K.; Becker-Ross, H.; Florek, S.; Shustov, B. (Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2002-09-17)
    The World Space Observatory is an unconventional space project proceeding via distributed studies. The present design, verified for feasibilty, consists of a 1.7-meter telescope operating at the second Largangian point of ...
  • WSO/UV: World Space Observatory/Ultraviolet 

    Solheim, Jan Erik; Hernanza, M.; González-Riestra, R.; Wamsteker, W.; Shustov, B.; Barstow, M.; Brosch, N.; Fu-Zhen, C.; Dennefeld, M.; Dopita, M.; Gómez de Castro, A.I.; Kappelmannc, N.l.; Pagano, I.; Sahade, J.; Haubold, H.; Solheim, J.-E.; Martínezc, P. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002-11-5)
    We summarize the capabilities of the World Space Observatory (UV) Project (WSO/UV). An example of the importance of this project (with a planned launch date of 2007/8) for the study of Novae is given.