Conductivity measurements in the stratosphere

@article{Stergis1955ConductivityMI,
  title={Conductivity measurements in the stratosphere},
  author={C. Stergis and S. Coroniti and A. Nazarek and D. E. Kotas and D. W. Seymour and J. V. Werme},
  journal={Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics},
  year={1955},
  volume={6},
  pages={233-242}
}
Abstract The electrical conductivity of the atmosphere from ground up to 100,000 ft was measured during a series of five balloon flights made in 1953. The tests indicate that the conductivity of the atmosphere increases monotonically up to the maximum height at which measurements were made. The variation of conductivity with altitude follows closely the variation expected from cosmic-ray intensity data. On none of the flights was there a clear indication that the conductivity diminishes in the… Expand

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