Darrell F. Strobel focuses on Atmosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Astronomy, Jupiter and Stratosphere. His Atmosphere research integrates issues from Astrobiology, Occultation, Planet and Atmospheric temperature. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Atmospheric models and Altitude.
His work in Astronomy addresses subjects such as Electron ionization, which are connected to disciplines such as Plasma diagnostics and Ambipolar diffusion. The concepts of his Jupiter study are interwoven with issues in Spectral line, Spectrograph and Saturn. His Stratosphere study deals with Photochemistry intersecting with Mixing ratio.
Darrell F. Strobel mainly investigates Atmosphere, Astronomy, Astrobiology, Atmospheric sciences and Pluto. Darrell F. Strobel interconnects Ionosphere, Radiative transfer, Astrophysics and Mixing ratio in the investigation of issues within Atmosphere. The study of Astronomy is intertwined with the study of Magnetosphere in a number of ways.
In general Astrobiology study, his work on Titan and Solar System often relates to the realm of Environmental science, thereby connecting several areas of interest. As part of one scientific family, Darrell F. Strobel deals mainly with the area of Atmospheric sciences, narrowing it down to issues related to the Thermosphere, and often Atomic physics. He has researched Pluto in several fields, including Occultation, Haze and Solar wind.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pluto, Astrobiology, Atmosphere, Environmental science and Astrophysics. His research on Pluto concerns the broader Astronomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnetosphere and Ultraviolet.
Borrowing concepts from Materials science, Darrell F. Strobel weaves in ideas under Atmosphere. In his study, Darrell F. Strobel carries out multidisciplinary Environmental science and Atmospheric sciences research. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates themes from Water vapor and Thermosphere.
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Extreme ultraviolet observations from Voyager 1 encounter with Jupiter
A. L. Broadfoot;M. J. S. Belton;P. Z. Takacs;B. R. Sandel.
Titan's atmospheric temperatures, winds, and composition
F. M. Flasar;R. K. Achterberg;B. J. Conrath;P. J. Gierasch.
Transient Water Vapor at Europa’s South Pole
Lorenz Roth;Lorenz Roth;Joachim Saur;Kurt D. Retherford;Darrell F. Strobel.
Detection of an oxygen atmosphere on Jupiter's moon Europa
D. T. Hall;D. F. Strobel;P. D. Feldman;M. A. McGrath.
Ultraviolet spectrometer observations of Neptune and Triton
A. L. Broadfoot;S. K. Atreya;J. L. Bertaux;J. E. Blamont.
The Pluto system: Initial results from its exploration by New Horizons.
S. A. Stern;F. Bagenal;K. Ennico;G. R. Gladstone.
Overview of the Voyager ultraviolet spectrometry results through Jupiter encounter
A. L. Broadfoot;B. R. Sandel;D. E Shemansky;J. C. McConnell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1981)
Parameterization of the atmospheric heating rate from 15 to 120 km due to O2 and O3 absorption of solar radiation
Darrell F. Strobel.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1978)
Clouds, aerosols, and photochemistry in the Jovian atmosphere
Robert A. West;Darrell F. Strobel;Martin G. Tomasko.
The Far-Ultraviolet Oxygen Airglow of Europa and Ganymede
D. T. Hall;P. D. Feldman;M. A. McGrath;D. F. Strobel.
The Astrophysical Journal (1998)
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