Items where Subject is "Atmospheric Sciences" and Year is 2005
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Number of items: 13.
Snaith, H, ed. (2005) Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and European Climate (COAPEC) Newsletter. COAPEC Newsletter (5). Southampton Oceanography Centre.
Lawford, RG (2005) Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (GEWEX) News. World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Newsletter, 15 . International GEWEX Project Office (IGPO).
Conference or Workshop Item
Jacobs, PJ and Carslaw, N and Heard, DE and Pilling, MJ (2005) Modelling Radicals in the Boundary Layer. In: School of Chemistry, University of Leeds.
Unknown, A (2005) Photographs from 2005 Convective Storm Initiation Project (CSIP). [Image]
Allen, G and Vaughan, G (2005) Aerosol and chemical transport in tropical convection (ACTIVE): first campaign log. Documentation. Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). (Unpublished)
Assonov, SS and Barnola, JM and Brenninkmeijer, CAM and Chappellaz, J and Etheridge, D and Gohar, LK and Lelieveld, J and Leuenberger, M and Martinerie, P and Masson-Delmotte, V and Mulvaney, R and Rockmann, T and Schwander, J and Shine, KP and Sturges, WT and Worton, DR (2005) CRYOspheric STudies of Atmospheric Trends in stratospherically and radiatively important gases - Final Report. Annual Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Lowe, J and Smith, F and Pope, V (2005) Climate Change, Rivers and Rainfall. Documentation. Crown Copyright.
Menochet, AJ (2005) British Atmospheric Data Centre (BADC) Datasets and Services. Documentation. UNSPECIFIED.
Morris, N (2005) The High Resolution Dynamics Limb Sounder (HIRDLS): UK Project Office Web Site (superseded). Documentation. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
Sinden, Graham (2005) Wind power and the UK wind resource. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Unknown, A (2005) Together we can do more. Documentation. Crown Copyright.
Brown, Sally (2005) Institute of Physics, Environmental Physics Group newsletter (32), Spring 2005. Institute of Physics.
Brown, Sally (2005) Institute of Physics, Environmental Physics Group newsletter (33), Autumn 2005. Institute of Physics.