ShihKung Kao papers, 19551987 PDF
Overview of the Collection
 Creator
 Kao, ShihKung, 1918
 Title
 ShihKung Kao papers
 Dates
 19551987 (inclusive)19551987
 Quantity
 69 boxes, (32.25 linear feet)
 Collection Number
 Accn1237
 Summary
 The ShihKung Kao papers consist of documents collected by this former meteorology professor regarding his research and class teachings.
 Repository
 University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
841120860
Telephone: 8015818863
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 Languages
 English
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Dr. ShihKung Kao (1918) was a Chinese born American citizen who earned his Bachelors of Science from National Tsing Hua University (1939), Masters Degree from Univeristy of California (1948), and his Ph. D. from the University of California (1952). Kao was both a professor for (1960) and Chairman of (1972) the University of Utah's Department of Meteorology. Kao's research and work regarding atmospheric sciences was refrenced by private organizations as well as governmental organizations including the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The ShihKung Kao papers are composed of his personal and professional correspondence, his original and collected research, class material, and any collected notes regarding his research.
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Preferred Citation
Initial Citation: ShihKung Kao papers, Accn 1237, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Following Citations: Accn 1237.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
CorrespondenceReturn to Top
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Box  Folder  
1  116 
Correspondence19571969


2  111 
Correspondence19601969


3  117 
Correspondence19601969


4  117 
Correspondence19701979


5  114 
Correspondence19701979


6  15 
Correspondence19701979


7  18 
Correspondence19801981


7  911 
Correspondence in Chinese

19791981 
Academic CorrespondenceReturn to Top
Container(s)  Description  

Box  Folder  
8  110 
Academic Correspondence19571969

9  115 
Academic Correspondence19701979

10  114 
Academic Correspondence19701979

11  17 
Academic Correspondence19801981

School MaterialReturn to Top
This series consists of documents regarding classes taught by Professor ShihKung Kao along with documents regarding any academic organizations and conventions that he participated in.
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Professional Profile

19751980  
Box  Folder  
12  19 
Biological Sketch
These documents consist of various versions of Kao's resume and biological sketch. Additionally contained are some of Kao's accolades and certificates.

19751980 
12  10 
Contact Lists


12  1112 
References


12  13 
Business Cards


12  14 
Service record of the Department of Meteorology faculty

19781979 
Conference and Organizational Documents

19621981  
Box  Folder  
13  1 
Air Pollution Lab

1977 
13  2 
American Meteorological Society

19711980 
13  3 
Chairman Documents

19711972 
13  4 
Chi Epsilon Pi: Meteorology Fraternity


13  5 
College of Mines College Council

19741979 
13  6 
College of Mines and Mineral Industries Faculty

19721979 
13  7 
Conference on atmospheric waves of the American Meteorological Society in cooperation with the University of Utah

1971 
13  8 
Department of Mathematics


13  9 
Department of Meteorology

19691980 
13  10 
Department of Physics

19701971 
13  11 
Executive Committee Meetings

19751981 
14  1 
Faculty Relations Committee

19711974 
14  2 
Foreign Student Advisory Council

19711974 
14  3 
Library Council

19631968 
14  4 
Mechanics Division

1974 
14  5 
Memos from Sterling M. McMurrin

19701972 
14  6 
Office of Research Administration

19671973 
14  7 
Personnel and Elections Committee

19621980 
14  8 
Supervisory Committee

1969 
14  9 
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

19731974 
14  10 
University Research Committee

19761977 
14  11 
U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Pamphlets

19671968 
14  12 
Nomination for Memberships

19671973 
14  13 
Membership Receipts

19701979 
14  14 
Departmental Outreach


14  15 
Conference Docs

19781981 
Class Material and Research


Box  Folder  
15  13 
Advanced Dynamic Meteorology (Met. 621623)


15  4 
Air Pollution in the Valley

1973 
15  5 
Air Pollution in Topographical Depressions

19661972 
15  6 
Analyzer models

1971 
15  7 
Atmospheric lecture notes


15  8 
Atmospheric Dynamics

1975 
15  9 
Atmospheric Turbulence: Request for quotations

1987 
15  10 
Atmospheric Turbulence and Transport

19641967 
15  11 
Atmospheric Winds and Diffusion Coefficients in the 100 km Region

1961 
15  12 
Degree Requirements


15  13 
Reference on Flow Over an Obstacle


15  14 
The Geysers

1979 
15  15 
Global Atmospheric Research ProgramAtlantic Tropical Experiment

1974 
15  16 
Graduate seminars


15  17 
Grant in support of research on Atmospheric Turbulence Mechanism

19601967 
15  18 
Introduction to theories and structure turbulence


15  19 
Lectures on LargeScale Circulation in (k,n) Space


15  20 
Master Thesis Proposal: Timothy R. Zoph

1978 
15  21 
Meteorological analysis for environmental assessments of hot dry rock geothermal operations

19781980 
15  22 
Micro and Meso scale atmospheric process in complex terrain

1981 
15  23 
Office of Research Administration

19631969 
15  24 
Lectures on physical weather prediction

1955 
15  25 
Effects of mountain valley terrain on dispersion of pollutants

1981 
15  26 
Nonlinear aspects of stratospheric warming

19711980 
15  27 
Notice to participants in renewal application control study

1973 
15  28 
Oil shale area air quality program


15  29 
Plan for U. S. participation in the Garb Atlantic Tropical experiment

1971 
15  30 
Excerpt from "Preliminary Plans for a National Institute for Atmospheric Research"

1959 
16  1 
Research grant in environmental health in the public health service

19591964 
16  2 
Scientific scope lecture notes


16  3 
Solar energy and course documents

19751978 
16  4 
Student thesis publication agreement

1980 
16  5 
TurbulenceMechanism for turbulent diffusion


16  6 
TurbulenceMechanism for turbulent diffusion: Lecture notes


16  7 
University of California fellowships in atmospheric physics

19571959 
16  8 
Upper air research laboratory

1969 
16  9 
Wind and solar energy research

1975 
16  10 
Program and thesis list


16  11 
Chart of accounts

1969 
16  12 
Property and Residence Hall


16  13 
Department course list


16  14 
Budget and reprints

19691971 
16  15 
List of publications: Scientific papers


16  16 
Research outreach

19571960 
16  1724 
Class assignments and Keys

19531964 
16  2528 
Lecture notes

Original Research PapersReturn to Top
Papers in this series document research done originally by ShihKung Kao.
Container(s)  Description  

Box  Folder  
17  1 
Air Pollution Experiments in the Salt Lake Valley

17  2 
Analysis of Clean Air Turbulence Near the Jet Stream

17  3 
An Analysis of Heat, Momentum Transports, and Spectra for Clean Air Turbulence in MidStratosphere

17  4 
Analyses of Isotropic and Anisotropic Turbulent Dispersion of Particles in the Atmosphere

17  5 
Analysis of NASA Upper Meteorological Data

17  6 
An Analysis of the Topographical Effect on Turbulence and Diffusion in the Atmosphere's Boundary Layer

17  7 
An Analysis if the Trajectory of a ConstantPressure Balloon in a Long Atmospheric Wave in Comparison with the Nonlinear Theory

17  8 
An Analysis of Wave Structure Near Center of Maximum Turbulent Kinetic Energy

17  9 
An Analysis of Wave Structure Near Center of Maximum Turbulent Kinetic Energy

17  10 
An Analytical Solution for the ThreeDimensional Stationary Flows in the Atmosphere Boundary Layer Over Terrain

17  11 
Some Aspects of the LargeScale Turbulence and Diffusion in the Atmosphere

17  1213 
Atmosheric Diffusion

17  14 
Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion

17  15 
Basic Characteristics of Global Scale Diffusion in the Troposphere

17  16 
Characteristics of the LargeScale Dispersion of Particles in the Southern Hemisphere

17  17 
Some Characteristics of the LargeScale Lagrangian Eddy Frictional Force in the Atmosphere

17  18 
Some Characteristics of the LongitudinalTime Spectra of the LargeScale Motion and Transports at 500 MB

17  19 
Characteristics of the Motions, Turbulence Intensity, Diffusivity, Flux of the Momentum and Sensible Heat in the Upper Atmosphere

17  20 
Some Characteristics of the Relative Particle Dispersion in the Atmosphere's Boundary Layer

17  21 
Clean Air Turbulence

17  22 
Comments on other research papers

17  23 
Committee on Space Research

17  24 
The Use of Conformed Mapping for the Preturbation Theory of Two Dimensional Flow

18  1 
Constant Pressure Balloon in a Long Atmospheric Wave

18  2 
The ContourChannel Method of Computing the Geostrophic Poleward Flux of Atmospheric Properties

18  3 
Diffusion Equations in Shear Flow

18  4 
Diffusion of Rotating Fluid

18  5 
Eddy Diffusivities in Northern Hemispheric Stratosphere and Lower Mesosphere

18  6 
Eddy Diffusivities in the Stratosphere

18  7 
Eddy Diffusivities in Northern Hemispheric Stratosphere

18  8 
Eddy Viscocity in the Planetary Boundary Layer

18  9 
Effects of Eddy Diffusivity and Stack Height on Pollution Diffusion in the Planetary Boundary Layer

18  10 
Effect if Mountain Terrain on Diffusion in the Planetary Boundary Layer

18  11 
Effects of MountainValley Terrains on Dispersion of Pollutants

18  12 
Effect of MountainValley Terrains on Turbulence and Diffusion

18  13 
The Effect of a Sinusoidal Wave Motion on Diffusion from an Infinite Line Source

18  14 
Effects of Stack and Inversion Heights on the Transport and Diffusion of Pollution in the Planetary Boundary Layer

18  15 
The Effects of Terrains and Valleys on Dispersion of Pollutants

18  16 
The Effects of the Thermal Stratification on Turbulent DIffusion from a Continuous Fixed Source

18  17 
The Effect of the Variation of the Richardson Number with the Height on Wind Profile

18  18 
Energy Spectra of MesoScale Turbulence Along and Across the Jet Stream

18  19 
Energy Spectrums, Mean and Eddy Kinetic Energies fo the Atmosphere Between Surface and 50 Kilometers

18  20 
Equations of Kinetic and Available Potential Energy Evolution in WaveNumber Frequency Space

18  21 
Equations of Turbulent Diffusion in Shear Flows

18  22 
An EulerianLangragian TimeScale Transformation for LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulence

18  23 
An Evaluation of Temperature Profiles from Sphere Soundings

18  24 
An Experiment on Diffusion and Turbulence in the Planetary Boundary Layer in the Salt Lake Valley

18  25 
Experiment on Mean and Turbulent Motion in and ABove a Canyon

18  26 
FiniteElement Numerical Modeling of Atmospheric Turbulent Boundary Layer

19  1 
Generation of Secondary Circulation in a Rotating, Stratified, Fluid

19  2 
Global Diffusion of Pollutants and Modifications

19  3 
Global Dispersion of Pollutants

19  4 
Global Wave Motion and Dispersion of Pollutants

19  5 
Governing Equations and Spectra for Atmospheric Motion and Transports in Frequency, WaveNumber Space

19  6 
Growth and Decay of the Long and Synoptic Scale Wave

19  7 
Harmonic Wave Solutions of the NonLinear Vorticity Equation for a Rotating Viscous Fluid

19  8 
Horizontal Eddy Diffusivities in the Northern Hemispheric Stratosphere and Lower Mesosphere

19  9 
Interactions Between Tropics and MidLatitudes and Between Hemispheres

19  10 
Interactions Between Troposphere and Stratosphere on Tropospheric Blockings and Stratospheric Warming

19  11 
Interaction and Evaluation of Large Scale Waves in Troposhere and Stratosphere

19  12 
An Investigation of the Spectral Structure of Atmospheric Waves Near a Jet Stream

19  13 
Analysis of Isotropic and Anistor Tropic Turbulent Dispersion of Particles in the Atmosphere

19  14 
Kinetic and Available Potential Energies in WaveNumberFrequency Domain

19  15 
Kinetic and Available Potential Energy in WaveNumber Frequency Space

19  16 
The Kinetic Energy if the LargeScale Atmospheric Motion in WavenumberFrequency Space: I. Northern Hemisphere

19  17 
The Kinetic Energy of LargeScale Atmospheric Motion in WavenumberFrequency Space: II. MidTroposphere of the Southern Hemisphere

19  18 
The Kinetic Energy of LargeScale Atmospheric Motion in WavenumberFrequency Space: III. THe Tropics

19  19 
Kinetic Energy of LargeScale Eddy Currents in Relation to the Jet Stream

20  1 
Lagrangian and Eularian Correlations and Energy Spectra of Geostrophic Velocities

20  2 
LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulence

20  35 
LargeScale Atmospheric Diffusion

20  6 
The LargeScale Atmospheric Motion and Wave Interactions in WavenumberFrequency Space

20  78 
On the LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulence

21  1 
LargeScale Dispersion of Clusters of Particles in the Atmosphere

21  2 
LargeScale Dispersion of Clusters of Particles in Various Flow Patterns

21  3 
Large Scale Eddy Available Potential Energy

21  4 
Large Scale Lagrangian Eddy Frictional Force in the Atmosphere

21  5 
LargeScale Lagrangian Turbulence in teh Atmosphere

21  6 
The LargeScale Meridional Transport of Sensible Heat in Wavenumber Frequency Space

21  7 
LargeScale Motion in (k,n) Space Nothern Hemisphere

21  8 
LargeScale Motion of Particle Dispersion

21  9 
LargeScale Turbulence Diffusion

21  10 
LargeScale Turbulent Diffusion in a Rotating Fluid with Applications to the Atmosphere

21  11 
LargeScale Turbulent Diffusivity

21  12 
Lectures on Turbulence and Diffusion

21  13 
Linear and Nonlinear Contributions to the Growth and Decay of the LargeScale Atmospheric Waves and Jet Stream

21  14 
Linear and Nonlinear Interactions of the LargeScale Atmospheric Waves

21  15 
Longitudinal Spectrum of Large Scale Atmospheric Motion

22  1 
LongitudinalTime Power and Cross Spectra of Atmospheric Quantities at 500 MB

23  1 
Major and Minor Stratospheric Warming and their Interactions on the Troposphere

23  2 
Mean Kinetic Energies of Eddy and Mean Currents in the Atmosphere

23  3 
Mean and Turbulent Motion in and above a Canyon

23  4 
Mean and Turbulent Motion in the Tropics

23  5 
Mechanism for the Growth and Decay of Long and SynopticScale Waves in the MidTroposphere

23  6 
Mechanism for the LargeScale Motion in the Atmosphere

23  7 
The Meridional Transport of Angular Momentum in Wavenumber Frequency Space

23  8 
The Meridional Transport of Kinetic Energy in the Atmosphere

23  9 
Micro and MesoScale Atmospheric Processes in Complex Terrain

23  10 
A Model for Diffusion of Radioactive Debris in the Troposhere

23  11 
A Model of the Effects of Stack and Inversion Heights on the Transport and Diffusion of Pollutants in the Planetary Boundary Layer

23  12 
A Model for Turbulent Diffusion in Shear Flows

23  13 
A Model for Turbulent Diffusion Over Terrain

23  14 
A Model for Turbulent Diffusion Overterrains, Equations of Turbulent Diffusion in Shear Flows, and Eddy Viscosity in the Planetary Boundary Layer

23  15 
Momentum Transport and Energy Spectra of Moving and Stationary Waves

23  16 
The Motion of a Parcel in a Constant Geostrophic Wind Field of Parabolic Profile

23  17 
Mountain Effect on the Motion in the Atmosphere's Boundary Layer

23  18 
MountainValley Terrains on Dispersions of Pollutants

24  1 
NASA Meteorological Rocket Experiments

24  2 
NASA research papers

24  3 
The Nonlinear Behavior of Atmospheric Kelvin Waves

24  4 
The Nonlinear Interactions and Maintenance of the LargeScale Moving Waves in the Atmophere

24  5 
The Nonlinear Interactions and Maintenance of the LargeScale Moving Waves in the Atmosphere

24  6 
The Nonlinear Interaction and Mechanism for the LargeScale Wave Motion in the Atmosphere

24  7 
Nonlinear Oscillations of a Particle in a Long Wave in a Rotating, Viscous Fluid

24  8 
Nonstationary Turbulence in a Periodic Turbulent Boundary Layer

24  913 
Nonstationary Turbulence

25  1 
Numerical Studies of Major and Minor Stratospheric Warmings Caused by Orographic Forcing

25  2 
Oscillations of Inversion Layer and Pollution Pumping

25  3 
Oscillations and Trajectories of Air Particles in Some Pressure Systems

25  4 
Observations of Micro and Meso Scale Structure

25  5 
Planetary Waves and Jet Stream in the Atmosphere

25  67 
Problem in Mountain Waves

25  8 
The QuasiLagrangian System of Hydrodynamic Equations with Potential Temperature as an Independent Variable

25  9 
Relation of Turbulent Diffusivities to Lagrangian Velocity Statistics for the Simplest Shear Flows

25  10 
Relative Diffusion from an Instantaneous Source

25  11 
Relative Dispersion of Particles in a Stratified Rotating Atmosphere

25  12 
Relative Dispersion of Particles in a Stratified Rotating Fluid

25  13 
Reply

25  14 
Request for Continuous Support of Research on Atmospheric Diffusion

25  15 
Research Proposal on Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion

25  16 
Research Proposal on Effects of Mountain Valley Terrains on Dispersion of Pollutants

25  17 
Rocket Surroundings of the Atmosphere

26  1 
Sensible Heat and Westerly Momentum in the Upper Atmosphere

26  2 
Small Hill Impaction

26  3 
Spectral Characteristics of the Meridional Transport of Angular Momentum in teh MidTroposphere of the Southern Hemisphere

26  4 
Spectral Characteristics of Transports in the MidTroposphere of the Southern Hemisphere: II. Meridional Transport of Sensible Heat

26  5 
Spectral Structure of Atmospheric Wave Near a Jet Stream

26  6 
On the Spectrum of Geostrophic Winds

26  7 
Spectrum of Geostrophic Winds

26  8 
Spectrum and Nonlinear Interactions of Turbulence in a Periodic Flow

26  9 
Stability of the Motion of a Rotating Axial Symmetrical Solid Body in a Fluid

26  10 
Stationary Flow in the Planetary Boundary Layer with an Inversion Layer and a Sea Breeze

26  11 
Statistical Analyses of Wind Data from Penton Hill, New Mexico

26  12 
Statistical Characteristics of ThreeDimensional Particle Movement in the NCAR General Circulation Model

26  13 
Stratospheric Sudden Warming

26  14 
A Study of the Mechanism and Prediction of Climate Anomalies

26  15 
A Study of Physical Processes of the Great Salt Lake

26  16 
A Study of Dynamical and Thermodynamical Processes in Relation to Climate Anomalies

26  17 
Stratospheric Sudden Warnings

27  1 
Technical Reports for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration

27  2 
Technology Assessments of the Plowshare Program

27  3 
Temperature Variations in the Upper Atmosphere

27  4 
Thermal Stratification on Turbulent Diffusion from a Continuous Fixed Source

27  5 
Three Dimensional Motion in a Jet at a High Reynolds Numbers

27  6 
Three Dimensional Oscillations in a Jet at High Reynolds Numbers

27  7 
Three Dimensional Particle Movement in the NCAR General Circulation Model

27  8 
ThreeDimensional Stationary Flows in teh Atmospheric Boundary Layer

27  9 
Time Scale Transformation for LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulence

27  10 
On Total Momentum Vorticity with Application to the Maintenance of Zonal Circulation

27  11 
An Analysis of the Trajectories of a ConstantPressure Balloon in a Long Atmospheric Wave in Comparison with the Nonlinear Theory

27  12 
Trajectories and Dispersion of Particle Form a Fixed Source in a Saturated, Rotating Atmosphere

27  13 
Trandfer of Momentum Vorticity and the Maintenance of Zonal Circulation in the Atmosphere

27  14 
Turbulence Criteria for a Circumpolar Vortex in a Rotating Gravity Field

27  15 
Turbulence Motion (Special Aspect)

27  16 
Turbulent Diffusion in teh Ekman Coundary Layer

27  17 
Turbulent Diffusion in Linear Shear Flow

27  18 
Turbulent Diffusion in Shear Flows

27  19 
Turbulent Diffusion in a Mean Flow of a Sinusoidal Wave

27  20 
Turbulent Diffusion over Terrain

27  21 
Turbulent Kinetic Energy in Relation to Jet Strams, Cyclone Tracks and Ocean CurrentsTurbulent Transfer in the Boundary Layer of a Stratified Fluid

27  22 
Turbulent Transfer in the Boundary Layer of a Stratified FLuid

27  23 
Turbulent Transfer in the Boundary Layer of a Stratified Fluid

27  24 
Turbulence Criteria for a Circumpolat Vortex in a Rotating Gravity Field

27  25 
Turbulent Diffusion in Linear Shear Flow

27  26 
Turbulent Kinetic Energy in Relation to Jet Streams, Cyclone Tracks, and Ocean Currents

27  27 
Turbulent Transfer in the Boundary Layer of a Stratified Fluid

28  1 
Upper Atmospheric Physical and Dynamic Processes

28  2 
Upper Atmosphere Wave Motion and Turbulence

28  3 
Variations of the Kinetic Energy of LargeScale Eddy Currents in Relation to the Jet Stream

28  4 
Vertical and OffDiagonal Eddy Diffusivities in the Northern Hemisphere Stratosphere and Lower Mesosphere

28  5 
Vertical Structure of Short Period Waves in the Tropical Upper Atmosphere

28  6 
Vertical and Off Diagonal Eddy Diffusivities in the Northern Hemisphere Stratosphere and Lower Mesosphere

28  7 
Wave Motional and Interactions in the Tropics

28  8 
Wave Motion in a Rotating Couette Flow of a Viscous Fluid

28  9 
Wave Motions and Temperature Variations in the Upper Atmosphere

28  10 
Wave Motion Variations in the Upper Atmosphere

28  11 
WavenumberFrequency Spectra of Atmospheric Motion in the Tropics

28  12 
Wavenumber Frequency Spectra of the Meridional Transport od Sensible Heat in the MidTroposphere of the Southern Hemisphere

28  13 
WavenumberFrequency Spectra of Temperature in the Free Atmosphere

28  14 
Wave Structure Near Center of Maximum Turbulent Kinetic Energy

28  15 
A ZonalIndex Tendancy Equation and its Application to Forecast of the Zonal Index

29  1 
Atmospheric research

29  2 
Effects of MountainValley Terrains on Dispersion of Pollutants

29  3 
LargeScale Relative Particle Displacement Tensor

29  4 
Lectures on LargeScale Particle Dispersion

29  5 
Linear and Nonlinear Interactions of the LargeScale Atmospheric Waves

29  6 
The Nonlinear Interactions and Interactions and Maintenance of the LargeScale Moving Waves in the Atmosphere

29  7 
Research on Atmospheric Diffusion and Turbulence

29  8 
A Note on SpaceTime Spectral Energy Equation

29  9 
On Total Momentum Vorticity with Application to the Maintenance of Zonal Circulation

29  10 
Drafts and Notes

29  11 
Gathered research

29  12 
Selected reprints

29  13 
Mixed Original Research

29  1416 
Unnamed Research Papers

30  1 
LongitudinalTime Power and Cross Spectra of Atmospheric Quantities at 500 MB

30  2 
Map3s: Studying the Transport, Transformation and Fate Atmospheric EnergyRelated Pollutants

Collected Research PapersReturn to Top
Papers in this series are authored by other researchers but collected by Kao for his research.
Container(s)  Description  

Box  Folder  
31  1 
Air Trajectories in Los Angeles Basin

31  2 
Alternative Energy

31  3 
Ambient Sulfur Dioxide Concentrations

31  4 
Analytical Theory of Turbulent Diffusion

31  5 
The Application of the Similarity Theory of Turbulence to Relative Atmospheric Diffusion

31  6 
The Ascent of Turbulent Forced Plumes in a Calm Atmosphere

31  7 
On the Atmospheric Boundary Layer with Inhomogeneous Temperature

31  8 
Atmosphere of Planet Mars

31  9 
Atmospheric Dispersion of Pollution

31  10 
Atmospheric EnergyRelated Pollutants

31  11 
Atmospheric and Oceanic Behavioral Problems

31  12 
Atmospheric Tides and Ionospheric Electrodynamics

31  13 
Atmospheric Turbulence

31  14 
Absorbtion of Gaseous Air Pollutants by a Standardized Plant Canopy

31  15 
The Advance in Atmospheric Dynamics and Numerical Weather Prediction in China

31  16 
The Advance in the Investigation of the Problems of the Adaption Processes in the Rotating Atmosphere, I.

31  17 
AFGWC Technical Memorandum

31  18 
An Airborne Pollution Experiment in MountainValley Terrain

31  19 
Air Pollution Technical Information Center

31  20 
Air Trajectories and Turbulence Statistics from Weather Radar Using Tetroons and Radar Transponders

31  21 
Analysis of LowLevel Contant Volume Balloon (Tentroon) Flights from Wallops Island

31  22 
An Analysis of Operational 300 MB Transonde Flights from Japan in 19571958

31  23 
An Analysis of Pollution Regimes in the Salt Lake Valley

31  24 
Analyses and Simulations of Stratosphereic Sudden Warmings

31  25 
An Analyses of the Structure of Local Wind Systems in a Broad Mountain Valley

31  26 
The Annulus Simulation of the Movement of TsinghaiTibetan High and its Application to the Forecast of Summer Flow Pattern of High Troposphere

31  27 
Application of Physical Sciences to Archaeology

31  28 
Application of a Statistical Trajectory Model to the Simulation of Sulfur Pollution ocer Northeastern United States

31  29 
Approximations for SteadyState Isotropic Turbulence

31  30 
Atmospheric Aerosols: Increased Concentrations During the Last Decade

31  31 
Atmospheric Physics: Theoretical Model of a Waterspout

31  32 
Atmospheric Predictability and TwoDimensional Turbulence

31  33 
Atmospheric Studies in Complex Terrains

31  34 
Atmospheric Wind Tunnel Facility

31  35 
The Biennial Wind and Temperature Oscillations of the Equatorial Stratosphere and their Possible Extension to Higher Latitudes

31  36 
BoundaryLayer Meteorology

31  37 
Baroclinic Instability of the Zonal Wind: Part II

31  38 
"Bishop Wave" Phenomenon

31  39 
Bispectra of Ocean Waves

31  40 
Bouyancy Effects in a Horizontal FlatPlate Boundary Plate

31  41 
Bouyant Motion Within a Hot Gas Plume in a Horizontal Wind

31  42 
Some Characteristics of the Development of Turbulence over Flat Terrain

31  43 
Cloud Dosage Calculations

31  44 
Combined Wind and Solar Energy

31  45 
Consultant to the Engineering Division fo the Rand Corporation

31  46 
On Convection in Atmosphere

31  47 
Convection from the Earth's Surface

32  1 
On Convective Instability of a Rotating Fluid

32  2 
Convective Instability of a Rotating Fluid with Horizontal Temperature Constant

32  3 
Convection from a Large Horizontal Surface

32  4 
Coriolis Deflection of a Ballistic Projectile

32  5 
A Corrected MixingLength Theory of Turbulent Diffusion

32  6 
A Corrected Turbulon Model Theory of Turbulent DIffusion and its Applications

32  7 
On the Coupling Between Shearing Instability and a Continuously Distributed Static Stability

32  8 
CorssAnalysis of Parallel and Orthongal Wild Components Along a Line of Towers Over Homogenous Desert Terrain

32  9 
Cumulus Convection in a Conditionally Unstable Atmosphere

32  10 
Calculation of Turbulent Flows

32  11 
A Case Study of the Validitiy of Finite Differences Approximations in Solving Dynamic Stability Problems

32  12 
Centre Spatial Guyanais DIvision Operations

32  13 
Some Characteristics of the UpperAir Magnetic Field and Ionospheric Currents

32  14 
Clean Air Turbulence

32  15 
CleanAir Turbulence over Mountainous Terrain

32  16 
A Climatological Analysis of Two Years of Routine Transonde Flights from Japan

32  17 
Climatologies and Intercomparisons of Rawinsonde Data Collected During Winter Storm Periods in Utah

32  18 
Climatology and LowLevel Air Pollution Potential from Ships in teh Hampton Roads

32  19 
Combined Wind and Solar Energy Research

32  20 
The ContourChannel Method of Computing the Geostrophic Poleward Flux of Atmospheric Properties

32  21 
Contract Extension Proposal to the Energy Research and Development Administration

32  22 
Determination of Atmospheric Diffusion Parameters

32  23 
Determination of Stress from Wind and Temperature Measurements

32  24 
Demonstration and Interpretation of Coriolis Effect

32  25 
The Diabatic Wind Profile

32  26 
Diffusion by Continuous Movements

32  27 
Diffusionin the Diabatic Surface Layer

32  28 
Diffusion in a Field of Homogenous Turbulence

32  29 
Diffusion and Turbulence Aloftover Complex Terrain

32  30 
The Dispersion of Marked Fluid in Turbulent Shear Flow

32  31 
Dispersion Measurements in a Turbulent Boundary Layer

32  32 
Dynamical Heating of the Upper Atmosphere

32  33 
Dynamic of Nonlinear Stochastic System

32  34 
Dynamic Stability of Atmosphere

32  35 
Decay of Isotropic Turbulence in the DirectInteraction Approximation

32  36 
Derivation of Empirical Dispersion Formulas for the Shifting Structure Method, Using Ionized Air as a Tracer

32  37 
Development of a Practical Technique to Predict ClearAir Turbulence will be a Milestone in Supersonic Transport Conquest of the Lower Stratosphere

32  38 
Diffusion by Continuous Movements

32  39 
Diffusion of Continuous Time Dependant Sources into a Turbulent Wake

32  40 
DirectInteraction Approximation for Shear and ThermallyDriven Turbulence

32  41 
On the Disintegration of Water Drops in an Air Stream

32  42 
Diurnal Tidal Variation Study

32  43 
Dynamically Induced MesoScale Variations of the Urban Mixong Layer Depth

33  1 
Dynamic Processes During Major and Minor Stratospheric Warmings

33  2 
Dynamics and Heat Transfer in the von Karaman Wake of a Rectangular Cylinder

33  3 
The Dynamics of Stratospheric Warmings Generated by a General Circulation Model of the Troposphere and Stratosphere

33  4 
The Dynamics of Sudden Stratospheric Warmings

33  5 
Ecology of Western Encephalities Virus

33  6 
The Effects of Atmospheric Variability on Energy Utilization and Conservation

33  7 
The Effect of Viscosity near the Cylindrical Boundaries of a Rotating Fluid with a Horizontal Temperature Gradient

33  8 
The Effective Viscocity of Suspensions

33  9 
ElectroHydromagnetic Waves in a Fully Ionized Gas I.

33  10 
Electrohydromagnetic Waves in a Fully Ionized Gas II.

33  11 
The Energetics of Entrainment Across a Density Interface

33  12 
An Energy Formulation of Snow Slab Failure

33  13 
Energy Interaction Terms in the Atmosphere

33  14 
The Energy of Magnetic Storms

33  15 
Energy and Numerical Wealth Prediction

33  16 
Energy Outlook for the Universities

33  17 
On the Equation of Motion for a Particle in Turbulent Fluid

33  18 
Erratum: Dynamics of Nonlinear Stochastic Systems

33  19 
Evaluation of Five Years of Operation of a Central and Southern Utah Weather Modification Program

33  20 
Evidence for Inertial Oscillations Along Transonde Trajectories

33  21 
Evolutionary Spectra and NonStationary Processes

33  22 
Exact Particle Trajectories for Nonviscous Flow in a Plane with a Constant Coriolis Parameter

33  23 
Effectives of Viscocity on Rayliegh Waves

33  24 
Ekman Boundary Layer Flow with Thermally Unstable Stratification

33  25 
EnergyReleasing Processes and Stability of Thermally Driven Motions in a Rotating Fluid

33  2627 
Equations

33  28 
Equation Sheet

33  29 
Evaporation from the Japan Sea in the Winter

33  30 
Evaporation from Lake Toweda

33  31 
Experiments on the Stability of Viscous Flow Between Rotating Cylinders

33  32 
Fluid Flow in Porous Media Studied by a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Technique

33  33 
On the Forced Motion Due to Heating of a Deep Rotating Liquid in an Annulus

33  34 
Forecasting Maximum Averaged of Sulfur Dioxide

33  35 
Forced SmallAmplitude Water Waves: A Comparison of Theory and Experiment

33  36 
On the Formation of Surface Waves in a Fluid Flowing Over a Corrugated Bed and on the Development of Mountain Waves

33  37 
FreeAtmosphere Turbulence

34  1 
Final Stage Decay of Grid Produces Turbulence

34  2 
Finite Amplitude Eddies Cursed by the Barotropic Instability on a BetaPlane

34  3 
Finite Element Solution to Equations of Turbulent Motion and Diffusion in Planetary Boundary Layer

34  4 
Flow into an Expanding Spherical Vortex

34  5 
Flow of a Liquid Past a Barrier in a Rotating Spherical Shell

34  6 
Fluctuations of Aerosol Deposits

34  7 
Fluctuation Plume Dispersion Model

34  8 
Fluid Dynamics in Geophysics

34  9 
Fluid Models in Geophysics

34  10 
Forced and Free AxiallySymmetric Convection Produced by Differential Heating in a Rotating Fluid

34  11 
Forced and Free Meridional Circulations in the Atmosphere

34  12 
Forced Plumes

34  13 
Free Convection Due to a Point Source fo Heat

34  14 
Free Convection over Parallel Source of Heat

34  15 
Further Data on Relative Atmospheric Diffusion

34  16 
The "GaussianPlume" Model with Limited Vertical Mixing

34  17 
General Survey of Atmospheric Diffusion

34  18 
Generalization of K Theory for Turbulent Diffusion

34  19 
Generation of Surface Waves by Shear Flows

34  20 
Generation of Surface Waves by Turbulent Shear Flows

34  21 
Gesostrophic Drag and Heat Transfer Rekations for the Atmospheric Boundary Layer

34  22 
Geostrophic Trajectories of Horizontal Difficulty in the MidLatitude Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere

34  23 
Geostrophic Vortex Motion

34  24 
Geothermal Energy

34  25 
Global Air PollutionMeteoroloical Aspects

34  26 
The Global Weather ExperimentPerspectives on its Implementation and Exploitation

34  27 
Gravitational And Thermal Oscilations in the Earth's Upper Atmosphere

34  28 
Grundgleichungen der Seegangvoraussage

34  29 
Gaseous Pollutent Sorption by Leaves

34  30 
A General Approach to Linear and NonLinear Dispersive Waves Using a Lagrangian

34  31 
A General Theory of Linear Prediction and Filtering

34  32 
GHOST Balloons Riding the Skies Will Report the World's Weather

34  33 
Global Dispersion of Air Pollutants

34  34 
Global Effects of Environmental Pollution

34  35 
Global Transport Processes and Interactions with Trace Constitutents

34  36 
The Great Salt Lake Hydrology and Climatology of Great Salt Lake

34  37 
Growth and Decay of Long and SynopticScale Waves

35  1 
Heat Balance of Water Bodies and Methods of Determining Evaporation

35  2 
Heterogeneous Shear Flows

35  3 
Horizontal Coherance and Pasquill's Beta

35  4 
Hydrodynamics

35  5 
Hydrodynamic Equations

35  6 
Hydrodynamic Stability and the Inviscid Limit

35  7 
Hydolosis

35  8 
Heat and Mass Transport

35  9 
Heat Transport by Convection

35  10 
Heat Transport by Convection in Presence of an Impressed Magnetic Field

35  11 
A Heavy Metals Deposition Study in Metropolitan Salt Lake City, Utah

35  12 
Heisenburg and Obukhoff Theories of Turbulence

35  13 
Higher Order Interactions in Homogenous Turbulence Theory

35  14 
Horizontal Macroturbulent Exchange in the Atmosphere

35  15 
Hydromagnetism I: A Review

35  16 
Hydromagnetism II: A Review

35  17 
Hydromagnetic Dynamo Theory

35  18 
Hydromagnetic Resonance in Ionospheric Waves

35  19 
Hydrodynamic Stability of Parallel Flow of Inviscid Fluid

35  20 
Improved Computational Techniques for Fourier Transformation

35  21 
Incomplete Research Paper

35  22 
Influence of Solid Body Rotation on ScreenProduced Turbulence

35  23 
The InitialValue Problem for Long Waves of Finite Amplitude

35  24 
The Instability to Long Waves of Unbounded Parallel Inviscid Flow

35  25 
Instability of a Shear Layer Between Two Parallel Streams

35  26 
Instability of Very Long Waves in Zonal Flow

35  27 
Internal Waves in the Ocean

35  28 
Inviscid Plane Covette Flows

35  29 
Ionization Irregularities in the ERegions

35  30 
Idealized Problems of Plasma Dynamics Relating to Geomagnetic Storms

35  31 
Inertial Ranges in TwoDimensional Turbulence

35  32 
The Influence of Inertial Instability Upon Transonde Trajectories and Some Forecast Implications

35  33 
Instability of the GravityInertia Wave and the Formations of the Typhoon

35  34 
Interactions of Gaseous Air Pollutants with Canopies of Vegetation

35  35 
InterAmerican Meteorological Rocket Network

35  36 
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding and Controlling Air Pollution and its Effects in the Salt Lake Valley

36  1 
Internal Gravity Waves Generated by Penetrative Covection

36  2 
An Investigation of Parameters Influencing Visual Range at Cedar Mountain, Utah

36  3 
Ionospheric Disturbances Following a Solar Flare

36  4 
Irreversible Statistical Mechanics of Incompressible Hydromagnetic Turbulence

36  5 
Isotropic Turbulence in Two Dimensions

36  6 
Kinematics of Diffusion, Fluids and Plasma by Continuous Movement and Finite Velocities

36  7 
A Kinematical Theory fo Turbulent Hydromagnetic Fields

36  8 
Kinetic Energy of the LargeScale Stationary Disturbances in the Atmosphere

36  9 
Lagrangian Dynamics and the Parcell Method in Atmospheric Models

36  10 
The LagranEulerian Time Scale Transformation in Atmospheric Turbulence

36  11 
Langrangian Properties of Turbulence in a Diabatic Surface Layer and in Convective Jets

36  12 
Lake Towada Stream Prix (Part 2) (Chinese)

36  13 
LargeAmplitude Lee Waves and Chinouk Winds

36  14 
LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulent Kinetic Energy in WaveNumber Frequency Space

36  15 
LargeScale Dispersion of Constant Level Balloons in the SOuthern General Circulation

36  16 
LargeScale Eddy Properties

36  17 
LargeScale Heat Transport in Midlatitudes

36  18 
The LargeScale Motion in the WaveNumber Frequency Space in Relation to the General Circulation in the Atmosphere

36  19 
LargeScale Wave Disturbance in the Tropics Simulated by a NCAR Global Circulation Model

36  20 
LinearSystem Integral Transform Relations

36  21 
LongPeriod Waves Over California's Continental Borderland

36  22 
LongWave Energy Process in the 1963 Sudden Stratospheric Warming

36  23 
Long Waves in a Baroclinic Westerly Current

36  24 
Long Waves on the Continental Shelf: an Experiment to Separate Trapped and Leaky Modes

36  25 
Lower Tropospheric Sounds

36  26 
Lagrangian Governing Equations of a Rotating Compressible, Viscous Atmosphere

36  27 
LargeScale Atmospheric Motion

36  28 
LargeScale Disturbances in the Upper Troposphere

36  29 
LargeScale Lagrangian Turbulence in the Atmosphere

36  30 
Large Reynolds Number Turbulence

36  31 
LargeScale Turbulent Diffusion

36  32 
Layer of Frictional Influence and the Theory of Diurnal Wind Variation with Height

37  1 
Maintainence of the Momentum Flux by Transient Eddies in the Upper Troposphere

37  2 
Mean Horizontal Momentum and Surface Velocity of FiniteAmplitude Random Gravity Waves

37  3 
Measurements of the Particle Size Distribution of the Atmopheric Aerosol: I. Introduction and Experimental Methods

37  4 
Measurements of ThirdOrder Resonant Wave Interactions

37  5 
MesoMicro Meteorological Requirements for the Atmospheric Sciences

37  6 
Meteorologiske Annaler

37  7 
Meteorology Research

37  8 
Mixed Abstracts and Summaries

37  9 
Mixing of Two Parallel Streams

37  10 
Motion and Decay of a Vortex in a NonUniform Stream

37  11 
Motions of Ionosphere

37  12 
Motion of the Ocean and Atmosphere

37  13 
Mountain Lee Waves and the Air Flow over the Sierra Nevada

37  14 
Mountain Wave Jet Stream Project

37  15 
Multiple Layer Mountain Wave Models with Constant Stability and Shear

37  16 
The Magnitude and Effect of Analysis Errors over the Northeastern Pacific as Estimated from Transonde Data

37  17 
Major and Minor Stratospheric Warmings and Their Interactions on the Troposphere

37  18 
The Mathematical and Physical Basis of Numerical Weather Prediction, Vol. 1

37  19 
Mean and Eddy Motions in the Atmosphere

37  20 
Mean Turbulent Field Closure Models

37  21 
Meridional Circulations in the Stratosphere

37  22 
Meteorological Applications of ConstantVolume Balloons

37  23 
Meteorological Applications of ConstantPressure Balloon Trajectories

37  24 
Meteorological Effects on Air and Land Transportation in Salt Lake Valley

37  25 
Meteorology and Power Production, Chapter 14, Modeling Regional Continental, and Global Air Pollution

37  26 
Meteorology and Urban Planning

37  27 
A Method for Analysis Phenomena Affected by Turbulent Dispersion, with Attention Paid to Shifting Concentration Structures

37  28 
A Method for Analysing Turbulent Dispersion Problems, with Attention Paid to Shifting Concentrations Structures

37  29 
Minimizing the Downwind Concentration of Pollutants from a Line Source by an Appropriate Choice of the Shape of the Line Source

37  30 
MixedLayer Depth Model Based on Turbulent Energetics

37  31 
A Model of the "F" Region Above "hmaxF2"

37  32 
A MultiLayer Spectral Model and the SemiImplicit Method

37  33 
Multistate Atmospheric Power Production Pollution Study

38  1 
NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS WR83

38  2 
The NonLinear Diffusion Equation

38  3 
NonLinear Dispersion of Water Waves

38  4 
A Note on Group Velocity

38  5 
Numerical Model of Seeded Orographic Snowfall

38  6 
Numerical Solutions of the Perturbation Equation for Linear Flow

38  7 
Numerical Solution of the Problem of Vortex Street Development

38  8 
Nocturnal Convection Above Fires

38  9 
The Nature of Two Dimensional Turbulence as Revealed by Numerical Simulations Experiments

38  10 
Navier Stokes and the Hydrodynamic Equations

38  11 
NCAR General Circulation Model

38  12 
Neutral Curves and Stability Boundaries in Stratified Flow

38  13 
NonLinear Contribution of Tropical Wave to Linear Theory

38  14 
On the NonLinear Energy Transfer in a Gravity Wave Spectrum

38  15 
NonLinear Equations of Cellular Convection and Heat Transport

38  16 
NonLinear Mechanics of Hydrodynamic Stability

38  17 
NonLinear Mechanics of Wave Disturbances in Stable and Unstable Parallel Flows

38  18 
Nonlinear Oscillations

38  19 
Nonlinear Stability Theorum of Inviscid Shear Layers

38  20 
Nonlinear Theory of Hydrodynamic Stability

38  21 
Notes on Research Paper

38  22 
Nuclear Energy

38  23 
Numeric Calculation fo Turbulent Diffusion

38  24 
Numerical Methods Used in Atmospheric Models

38  25 
Numerical Simulation of TwoDimensional Turbulence

38  26 
Objectives for 1980s

38  27 
How Does the Ocean Respond to the Withdrawal of Water from a Watergate Located at the Eastern Boundary on a BetaPlane

38  28 
An Outline of Theories of Diffusion on the Lower Layers of the Atmosphere and Slides

38  29 
Overstability and ElastoidIntertia Oscilations

38  30 
Observations on Bubble Growths in Various Superheated Liquids

38  31 
Outline of Atmospheric Diffusion

38  32 
Ozone Distribution in the Salt Lake Valley

38  33 
Parallel Flow of a Fluid Over a Slightly Heavier Fluid

38  34 
Particle Size Distribution of the Atmospheric Aerosol

38  35 
Particle Size Distribution for Congratulation by Brownian Motion

38  36 
Plane Couette Flow in Stratified Fluid and Origins of Cloud Streets

38  37 
Planetary Atmospheres

38  38 
Propegation of Frequency in Experiment Baroclinic Waves in a Rotating Annular Ring

38  39 
Particle Trajectories and Capture of Particles by a Sphere

38  40 
Particles Under Atmospheric Macroturbulence

38  41 
On the Periodic Fundamental SOlutions of the Stokes Equations and their Applications to Viscous Flow Past a Cubic Array of Spheres

38  42 
A PhysicalNumerical Model for the Prediction of SynopticScale Low Cloudiness

38  43 
Pictures from Meteorological Satellites and their Interpretation

38  44 
Potential for Snow Augmentation in Cold Orographic Clouds

38  45 
A Preliminary Report on a Computer Program to Study Natural Convection Flows in Open Cavaties

38  46 
A Preliminary Report of the MicroMesoscale Wind Recording Network in the Salt Lake Valley

38  47 
Pressure Fluccuations in Isotropic Turbulence

38  48 
The Primitive Equation Spectral Model

39  1 
A Primitive Equation Spectral Model for the Study of Stratospheric Sudden Warmings

39  2 
Probability Density from Finite Samples of Stationary Random Variables

39  3 
The Problem of the Katabatic Winds on the Coast of Terre Adelie

39  4 
Proposal on Global Diffusion of Pollutants and Modification of the Stratosphere

39  5 
A Pulsating Sphere in a Rotating Fluid

39  6 
A Quantitative Appraisal of Air Pollution Potential in the Salt Lake Valley

39  7 
On Quasinondivergent Prognostic Equations and their Integration

39  8 
Random Functions, Probability Distribution, and Spectrum

39  9 
A Rationale for WeatherControl Research

39  10 
Regional Air Quality Studies

39  11 
Regional Diffusion Using the NCAR Global Circulation Model

39  12 
Relation of FourthOrder to SecondOrder Moments in Stationary Isotropic Turbulence

39  13 
A Report to: The President and the Congress by the National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere

39  14 
Research Proposal: Gadsey Power Plant Heavy Metals Study

39  15 
Rayliegh Convection Problem

39  16 
Regional Effluent Dispersion Calculations Considering Spatial and Temporal Meteorlogical Variations

39  17 
Relative Atmospheric Diffusion of Smoke Puffs

39  18 
Remarkes on Correlation Methods in Geophysics

39  19 
Research Bibliography

39  20 
Research Problems in Micrometeorology

39  21 
Research Progress and Plans of the U.S. Weather Bureau

39  22 
Resonant Interactions Among Capilary Gravity Waves

39  23 
Reynolds Stress on Hydrodynamic Stability

39  24 
Reynolds Stress in Turbulent Shear Flow

39  25 
Rotating Disk as an Aerosol Sampler in the Submicron Range

39  26 
RoughWall Boundary Layer in Adverse Pressure Gradients

40  1 
Season Particulate Concentration Analysis in Utah Valley

40  2 
Secondary Flow About a Sphere Rotating in a Viscous Liquid Inside a Coaxially Rotating Spherical Container

40  3 
Serial Wave Project

40  4 
ShortTerm Climate Fluctuations by Feedback Mechanisms

40  5 
Simplest Wave Components in Barotropic and Baroclinic Dynamic Models

40  6 
Smoke Plumes

40  7 
Smoke Plumes as Quantitative Air Pollution Indices

40  8 
Solar Energy

40  9 
Solar Heating in the Salt Lake City Area

40  10 
Solar Plasma, Geomagnetism and Aurora

40  11 
Solitary Wave on a Stream with an Arbitrary Distribuiton of Vorticity

40  12 
Solitary Waves in the Westerlies

40  13 
Spectra Density of Vorticity of UltraLong Waves

40  14 
Spiral Flow Between Rotating Cylanders

40  15 
Stability of Boundary Layer Type Flows with Infinite Boundary Boundary Conditions

40  16 
Stability in a Continuous Stratified Fluid

40  17 
Stability of Heterogeneous Shear Flows

40  18 
Stability of a Heterogeneous Shear Layer Subject to a Body of Force

40  19 
Stability fo Parallel Flows

40  20 
Stability of Plane Parallel Flows of an Inhomogenous Fluid

40  21 
The Stability of Planetary Waves on a Infinite BetaPlane

40  22 
Stability of a Shear Layer

40  23 
Stability of a Shear Layer in an Unbounded Heterogenous Inviscid Fluid

40  24 
Stability of Shearing Motion in a Rotating Fluid

40  25 
Stability of Viscous Plane Couette Flow

40  26 
Stanford Research Institute Journal

40  27 
On the Statistical Dynamics of an Incompressible Turbulent Fluid

40  28 
On the Statistical Theory of Turbulence

40  29 
On the statistical Theory of Turbulent Diffusion

40  30 
Straight Parallel Flow with Curved Profile

40  31 
Stratospheric Warmings:Synoptic, Dynamis and GeneralCirculation Aspects

40  32 
Structure of an Atmospheric Boundary Layer

40  33 
A Survey of Difference Methods for NonSteady Flow Dynamics

40  34 
Symmetrical Disturbances in a Thin Layer of Fluid Subject to a Horizontal Temperature Gradient and Rotation

40  35 
On the Symmetry Properties of Turbulence in teh Surface Layer of Air

40  36 
Symmetric Updrafts in a Current with a Constant Shear

40  37 
SynopticClimatic Scheme of Global Stratospheric Radioactive Fallout

41  1 
A ShallowLiquid Theory in Magnetohydrodynamics

41  2 
The Simple Pendulum Under Periodic Disturbance

41  3 
Simulation of Stratospheric Sudden Warmings

41  4 
Slip Instability

41  5 
The Slow Motion of Two or More Spheres Through a Viscous Fluid

41  6 
The Southern Hemisphere Ghost Experiment

41  7 
On the Use of SpaceSmoothing in Physical Weather Forecasting

41  8 
Spectral Analysis of Winf and SO2 Concentrations in the Venice Area

41  9 
Spectral Distribution of Kinetic Energy for TwoDimensional NonDivergent Flow

41  10 
Stability of a Shear Flow in an Unstable Layer

41  11 
Stability Analysis of a Zonal Jet Stream with a Cell of Dynamic Instability

41  12 
The Stability of Parallel Flows

41  13 
Statistical Data on Atmospheric Design Properties

41  14 
Some Statistics on the Magnitude of the Ageostrophic Wind Obtained from Constant Level Balloon Data

41  15 
Statistical Vorticity Structure Theory of Homogenous Isotropic Turbulence

41  16 
Steady Motion Around a Symmetrical Obstacle Moving Along the Axis of a Rotating Liquid

41  17 
Stepwise Regression Analysis of the Northward Movement of the Early Summer Subtropical High Pressure Ridgeline in the Western Pacific Ocean

41  18 
Stratified Fluids

41  19 
Stratospheric Temperatures During Solar Cycle 20

41  20 
The Structure of Isotropic Turbulence at Very High Reynolds Numbers

41  21 
The Structure of the JetStream in a Rotating Fluid with a Horizontal Temperature Gradient

41  22 
Structure of Turbulent Flow with the Presence of a Large Scale Periodic Motion

41  23 
Summary of the Proceedings

41  24 
The Surface of IceAge Earth

41  25 
Symmetrical Disturbances in a Thin Layer of Fluid Subject to a Horizontal Temperature Gradient and Rotation

41  26 
Symposium on Arbovirus Diseases, Animal Vectors and Reservoirs

41  27 
Taylor Instability of Finite Surface Waves

41  28 
A Summary of Tetron Flight at Cardington, England, with Emphasis on EulerianLagrangian Scale Estimates Derived Therefront

41  29 
On the Use of Tetroons for the Estimation of Atmospheric Dispersion on the Mesoscale

41  30 
Theories of LargeScale Atmospheric Turbulence

41  31 
Thermally Stratified Turbulent Flow

41  32 
Three Dimensional Fluid Velocity Vector and Temperature Fields

41  33 
The ThreeDimensional Lee Wave

41  34 
A ThreeDimensional Solution for Waves in the Lee of Mountains

41  35 
On Three Dimensional Surface Waves Set Up by a Moving Bed

41  36 
The Time Behavior of the Probability Density Function of Some Simplified Atmospheric Flows

41  37 
Topographical Effects on Air Pollution in the Salt Lake Basin

42  1 
Taylor's "Ink Walls" in a Rotating Fluid

42  2 
Tellus Journal of Geophysics

42  3 
Thermal and Gravitational Atmospheric Oscilations Ionosheric Dynamo Effects Included

42  4 
Theory of General Circulation of the Atmosphere

42  5 
Three Dimensional Disturbances in a Baroclinic Zonal Current

42  6 
Three Dimensional Nature of Boundary Layer Instability

42  7 
Three Dimensional Nonlinear Effects in the Stability of Parallel Flows

42  8 
A ThreeDimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer

42  9 
The Time Behavior of the Probability Density Function of Some Simplified Atmospheric Flows

42  10 
Trade Wind Variability, Southern Oscilations, and QuesiBiennial Oscillation

42  11 
Trajectory Slopes, Countergradient Heat Fluxes and Mixing by Lower Stratospheric Waves

42  12 
Transport Processes in Turbulent Flows

42  13 
Tropospheric Relative Diffusion Observations

42  14 
Turbulence in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer

42  15 
Turbulence in Terms of Lagrangian Variables

42  16 
Turbulent Boundary Layer to a Step Change in Surface Heat Flux

42  17 
Turbulent Conditions in NearSurface Layer of the Atmosphere

42  18 
Turbulent Diffusion

42  19 
Turbulent Diffusion in Environmental Pollution

42  20 
Turbulent Diffusion Typing Schemes

42  21 
Turbulent Gravitational Convection from Maintained and Instantaneous Source

42  22 
Turbulent Line Votices

42  23 
TWERL Experiment

42  24 
Trajectory and Relative Dispersion Case Studies and Statistics from the Green River Mesoscale D3 Program

42  25 
Transfer of Energy in Stationary Mountian Waves

42  26 
The Transfer of Kinetic Energy from the Troposphere to the Stratosphere

42  27 
Trial Balloons in the Southern Hemisphere

42  28 
TroposphericStratospheric Interaction in the Major Warming Event of JanuaryFebruary 1979

42  29 
Turbulence in the Ocean on the Propegation of Sound

42  30 
Turbulence in a TwoDimensional Fluid and a ThreeDimensional Fluid and a ThreeDimensional Fluid

42  31 
Turbulent Dispersion Problems Arranged for Analysis in the Framework of the Shifting Concentration Structure Method

42  32 
Turbulent Diffusion of the Entrained Air in a TwoDimensional Chute Flow

42  33 
Turbulent Diffusion in Shear Flows

42  34 
TwoDimensional Eddy Viscosity

42  35 
TwoDimensional Isotropic Turbulence

42  36 
Uber Die Au Bere Und Innere Reibungsschicht beiStorungen Iaminarer Stromungen

42  37 
UpperAir Climatology of the United States

42  38 
Upper Wind Distribution Statistical Parameter Estimates

42  39 
Utah Agricultural Statistics 1975 Weather

42  40 
UltraLong Waves in the Atmosphere

42  41 
UltraLong Waves in the Atmosphere into the QuasiStationary and Transient Parts by the TimeFilters

42  42 
Undulent and Turbulent Flows of Stratified Fluids

42  43 
Unsteady Gravity Waves of Finite Amplitude

42  44 
UltraLong Waves in the Winter Season

43  12 
Upper Level Winds Project

43  3 
Utah Copper DivisionDispersion Forecasting

43  4 
On the Variation with Altitude of the "Lateral" Lagrangial Integral Time Scale and Crosswind Spread in teh Neutral Planetary Boundary Layer

43  5 
Variations of the Earth's Orbit

43  6 
Vegetation: A Sink for Atmospheric Pollutants

43  7 
Viscous Termis in the Turbulent Energy Equation

43  8 
The Viscosity of a Suspension of Spheres

43  9 
Verticle Temperature and Wind Velocity Profiels in the Atmospheric Surface Layer

43  10 
Vertical Transports of Heat by Turbulence in the Atmosphere

43  11 
On the Viscous Core of a Line Vortex

43  12 
Vortex Street Generated in a Viscous Fluid

43  13 
Waves and Turbulence on a BetaPlane

43  14 
Wave NumberFrequency, Wavenumber, and FrequencySpectra of Kinetic Energy

43  15 
Windy Energy

43  16 
Water Balance Estimates

43  17 
WaveNumber Frequency Spectra and Maintenance of LargeScale Moving Waves

43  18 
Weather Modification for Augmenting Orographic Precipitation

43  19 
"We Have Found Our Pain, You Must Now Search for the Remedy"

43  20 
Wind Variables over Nevada

43  21 
Western Equine Encephalitis Virus

43  22 
Zonel Wind Instability

44  115 
Unnamed and Mixed Research

44  16 
List of Published Technical Reports

44  17 
Slides, Graphs, and Models

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Air Pollution Binder

45  2 
Air Pollution Control Orientation Course

45  3 
Air Quality Pollution Control Course

45  45 
Atmospheric Diffusion Binder

45  6 
Atmospheric Dynamics Binder

46  1 
Course Binder

46  2 
Calculus Binder

46  34 
Clean Air Turbulence Reports

46  5 
Energy Flow Binder

46  6 
General Circulation Research

46  7 
Large Scale Diffusion Binder

46 
Large Scale Turbulence Binder


Folder  
47  1 
Mechanics and Meteorology Binder

47  2 
Mesoscale Binder

47  3 
Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollution

47  410 
Meteorology Binder

48  1 
Meteorological Class Binder

48  2 
Meteorology Differential Equations Work Book

48  3 
Shear Flow Binder

48  4 
Shear Flow Diffusion Binder

48  5 
Thermodynamics Binder

48  67 
Turbulence Binder

49  1 
Tubulent Boundary Layer Binder

49  23 
Viscous Boundary Layer Binder

49  4 
Wave Analyses Binder

NotesReturn to Top
Notes are uncategorized and are maintained in their original folder arrangement within boxes.
Container(s)  Description  

Box  Folder  
50  146 
Notes part 1

51  146 
Notes part 2

52  14 
Notes part 3

53  115 
Notes part 4

54  144 
Notes part 5

55  120 
Notes part 6

56  126 
Notes part 7

57  121 
Notes part 8

58  14 
Notes part 9

59  124 
Notes part 10

Data, Equations, and GraphsReturn to Top
Data, Equations, and Graphs are uncategorized and are maintained in their original folder arrangement within boxes.
Container(s)  Description  

Box  Folder  
60  117 
Data, Equations, and Graphs Part 1

61  126 
Data, Equations, and Graphs Part 2

Research BooksReturn to Top
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Box  Folder  
62  1 
Analyses of Mean and Turbulent Motion in the Tropics with the Use of Unequally Spaced Data


62  2 
Atmospehric Transport Processes Part 3


62  3 
Atmospheric Transport Processes Part 2


62  4 
Atmospheric Diffusion in the Surface Turbulent Boundary Layer


62  5 
Atmospheric Diffusion: The Dispersion of Windborne Material from Industrial and Other Sources


62  6 
Dynamic Interactions Between the Troposphere and Stratosphere


63  1 
Dynamics of the Tropical Atmosphere


63  2 
The Effect of Deformation in the Wind Field on the Large Scale Horizontal Dispersion of Clusters in the Atmosphere


63  3 
Horizontal Eddy Diffusivities in the Northern Hemispheric Stratosphere and Lower Mesosphere


63  4 
Initial Value Problems in a Double Couette Flow


63  5 
International Symposium on Atmospheric Trace Constituents and Atmospheric Circulation


63  6 
Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology


64  1 
Lectures on Air Pollution and Environmental Impact Analyses


64  2 
LongitudeTime Power and CrossSpectra of Atmospheric Quantities at 500 MB


64  3 
Meteorology and Atomic Energy


64  4 
Research on the Effect of MountainValley Terrains on Dispersion of Pollutant


65  1 
Schaum's Outline Series Theory and Problems of Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry


65  2 
Studies of Motions in Rotating Fluids


65  3 
Third Symposium on Atmospheric Turbulence Diffusion and Air Quality


65  4 
UCAR

1971 
65  5 
University Corporations for Atmospheric Research

1972 
65  6 
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Report


65  7 
Collected Research Booklets


65  8 
Prestressed Concrete Institute Journal, Vol. 21 No. 5

1976 
Environmental Protection Agency DocumentsReturn to Top
This series includes documents that relate to Kao's research that was related or connected to the EPA.
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Box  Folder  
66  1 
Air Pollution with (Civil Engineering) Project

1970 
66  2 
Amplitudes and Phases of First Five Harmonics of Temperature and Precipitation Distribution for Major Climactic Types


66  3 
Analyses and Simulations of Stratospheric Sudden Warming

1980 
66  4 
Atmospheric Diffusion Data and Billing Records

19671969 
66  5 
Atmospheric Turbulence Records

19641967 
66  6 
Cloud Seeding

1974 
66  7 
Computer Logs

19641967 
66  8 
Data and Equations


66  9 
Environmental engineering activities list for college of engineering and mining

1973 
66  10 
E. N. Yeh Atmospheric Tabulations

19781979 
66  11 
EPA Applications for Federal Assistance: Air Pollution in Valleys


66  12 
Great Salt Lake Data

19661977 
66  13 
Guidelines for Preparation of NASA Grant Reports


66  14 
KTransformation Charts


66  15 
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

19781979 
66  16 
Stratospheric Warming Data

19571974 
66  17 
U.N. Conference on Human Environment

1972 
66  1819 
General Data

1963 
ArticlesReturn to Top
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Box  Folder  
67  1 
Nonstationary Turbulence


67  2 
K. E. of Atmospheric Motion in (k, n) Space, Southern Hemisphere


67  3 
Momentum, HeatTransport, and Spectra for Clean Air Turbulence Stratosphere


67  4 
Momentum, HeatTransport, and Spectra for Clean Air Turbulence


67  5 
Zdun Roirski


67  69 
An Analysis of Interactions and Evolution of the LargeScale Waves in the Troposphere and Stratosphere

1980 
67  10 
Air Pollution Meteorology

1979 
67  1112 
Mixed Articles

19521978 
Miscellaneous ContentReturn to Top
Container(s)  Description  Dates  

Box  Folder  
68  1 
Unnamed Project Summary


68  24 
Code


68  5 
Calender

1978 
68  6 
Government Project Booklet


68  7 
Booklet


68  8 
Programs


68  9 
Business Cards


69  1 
Oversized Material

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
 Subject Terms :
 AirPollution
 MeteorologyStudy and teachingUtah
 Personal Names :
 Kao, ShihKung, 1918 Archives
 Corporate Names :
 University of UtahFaculty
 Form or Genre Terms :
 Correspondence
 Lecture notes
 Reports
 Reprints