Arvydas J. Kliore focuses on Atmosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Ionosphere, Radio occultation and Venus. Many of his research projects under Atmospheric sciences are closely connected to Environmental science with Environmental science, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mars Exploration Program, Scale height, Occultation, Astrophysics and Atmosphere of Mars.
His Radio occultation study introduces a deeper knowledge of Astronomy. Arvydas J. Kliore focuses mostly in the field of Astronomy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Astrobiology and, in certain cases, Atmospheric refraction, Radio frequency and Microwave. As a part of the same scientific family, Arvydas J. Kliore mostly works in the field of Venus, focusing on Altitude and, on occasion, Latitude.
His primary areas of investigation include Ionosphere, Radio occultation, Atmospheric sciences, Astronomy and Atmosphere. His work carried out in the field of Ionosphere brings together such families of science as Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Astrophysics and Saturn. His Radio occultation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Zenith, Occultation, Planet and Middle latitudes.
His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere of Venus, Venus and Latitude. His work on Jupiter, Radio Science, Atmosphere of Jupiter and Jovian as part of his general Astronomy study is frequently connected to Magnetosphere, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Atmosphere research includes themes of Scale height, Atmospheric pressure and Altitude.
Ionosphere, Radio occultation, Astronomy, Saturn and Astrobiology are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Ionosphere study are interwoven with issues in Planetary science and Solar System. His Radio occultation research incorporates elements of Atmospheric sciences, Venus, Latitude and Mars Exploration Program.
His work focuses on many connections between Saturn and other disciplines, such as Atmosphere, that overlap with his field of interest in Stellar occultation and Dusk. His study on Titan, Saturn, Atmosphere of Venus and Atmosphere of Mars is often connected to Secondary atmosphere as part of broader study in Astrobiology. His work deals with themes such as Zenith, Lapse rate and Atmospheric temperature, which intersect with Occultation.
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The neutral atmosphere of Venus as studied with the Mariner V radio occultation experiments
Gunnar Fjeldbo;Arvydas J. Kliore;Von R. Eshleman.
The Astronomical Journal (1971)
Models of the structure of the atmosphere of Venus from the surface to 100 kilometers altitude
A. Seiff;J.T. Schofield;A.J. Kliore;F.W. Taylor.
Advances in Space Research (1985)
Occultation Experiment: Results of the First Direct Measurement of Mars's Atmosphere and Ionosphere
Arvydas Kliore;Dan L. Cain;Gerald S. Levy;Von R. Eshleman.
The atmosphere of Mars from Mariner 9 radio occultation measurements.
Arvydas J. Kliore;Dan L. Cain;Gunnar Fjeldbo;Boris L. Seidel.
Structure and circulation of the Venus atmosphere
G. Schubert;C. Covey;A. Del Genio;L. S. Elson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1980)
S band radio occultation measurements of the atmosphere and topography of Mars with Mariner 9: Extended mission coverage of polar and intermediate latitudes
A. J. Kliore;G. Fjeldbo;B. L. Seidel;M. J. Sykes.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1973)
The Structure of the Venus Ionosphere
L. H. Brace;A. J. Kliore.
Space Science Reviews (1991)
Preliminary results on the atmospheres of io and jupiter from the pioneer 10 s-band occultation experiment.
Arvydas Kliore;Dan L. Cain;Gunnar Fjeldbo;Boris L. Seidel.
Atmosphere and ionosphere of venus from the mariner v s-band radio occultation measurement.
Arvydas Kliore;Gerald S. Levy;Dan L. Cain;Gunnar Fjeldbo.
Venus: mass, gravity field, atmosphere, and ionosphere as measured by the mariner 10 dual-frequency radio system.
H. T. Howard;G. L. Tyler;G. Fjeldbo;A. J. Kliore.
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