Of Mesospheric Temperature Trends

@inproceedings{Beig2003OfMT,
  title={Of Mesospheric Temperature Trends},
  author={Gufran Beig and Philippe Keckhut and R. P. Lowe and Raymond G. Roble and Martin G. Mlynczak and J{\"u}rgen Scheer and Victor I. Fomichev and Dirk Offermann and William R. French and Max G. Shepherd and A N Semenov and E. E. Remsberg and C. Y. She and F. J. L{\"u}bken and Johan Bremer and B. R. Clemesha and Jacek Stegman and Fred Sigernes and Suvarna Fadnavis},
  year={2003}
}
[1] In recent times it has become increasingly clear that releases of trace gases from human activity have a potential for causing change in the upper atmosphere. However, our knowledge of systematic changes and trends in the temperature of the mesosphere and lower thermosphere is relatively limited compared to the Earth s lower atmosphere, and not much effort has been made to synthesize these results so far. In this article, a comprehensive review of long-term trends in the temperature of the… CONTINUE READING

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