Atmospheric sciences, Polar mesospheric clouds, Environmental science, Mesopause and Mesosphere are his primary areas of study. Within one scientific family, Gary E. Thomas focuses on topics pertaining to Radiance under Atmospheric sciences, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Irradiance. His Polar mesospheric clouds research includes elements of Satellite and Latitude.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Latitude, Altitude and Scattering is strongly linked to Polar. His Mesopause research incorporates themes from Lidar, Gravity wave, Computational physics and Water vapor. His Mesosphere study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Stratosphere.
Gary E. Thomas mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Polar mesospheric clouds, Mesosphere and Atmosphere. His Atmospheric sciences study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meteorology, Water vapor and Latitude. His work deals with themes such as Aeronomy, Albedo, Northern Hemisphere, Satellite and Polar, which intersect with Polar mesospheric clouds.
His Mesosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spectrometer, Radiance, Ozone and Altitude. Gary E. Thomas works mostly in the field of Atmosphere, limiting it down to topics relating to Radiative transfer and, in certain cases, Computational physics, Radiative forcing and Mathematical analysis. In Mesopause, Gary E. Thomas works on issues like Gravity wave, which are connected to Wavelength.
His primary areas of study are Polar mesospheric clouds, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Aeronomy and Polar. Gary E. Thomas works mostly in the field of Polar mesospheric clouds, limiting it down to concerns involving Gravity wave and, occasionally, Geophysics. His work on Mesosphere, Mesopause and Ozone layer as part of general Atmospheric sciences research is frequently linked to Solar cycle, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Gary E. Thomas focuses mostly in the field of Mesosphere, narrowing it down to matters related to Brightness and, in some cases, Lidar, Radar, Advection and Cloud top. His work carried out in the field of Aeronomy brings together such families of science as Occultation, Scattering, Remote sensing and Nadir. Gary E. Thomas has researched Scattering in several fields, including Particle, Computational physics, Radius and Radiance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polar mesospheric clouds, Aeronomy, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences and Satellite. His Polar mesospheric clouds study introduces a deeper knowledge of Meteorology. His Aeronomy study incorporates themes from Remote sensing and Mesosphere.
Gary E. Thomas is interested in Mesopause, which is a field of Mesosphere. His Mesopause study combines topics in areas such as Ionosphere, Atmospheric tide and Thermosphere. There are a combination of areas like Climatology, Albedo, Northern Hemisphere, Latitude and Backscatter integrated together with his Environmental science study.
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Radiative Transfer in the Atmosphere and Ocean
Gary E. Thomas;Knut Stamnes.
Mesospheric clouds and the physics of the mesopause region
Gary E. Thomas.
Reviews of Geophysics (1991)
Modeling the microphysics of mesospheric ice particles: Assessment of current capabilities and basic sensitivities
Markus Rapp;Gary E. Thomas.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2006)
Relation between increasing methane and the presence of ice clouds at the mesopause
Gary E. Thomas;John J. Olivero;Eric J. Jensen;Wilfred Schroeder.
Radiative Transfer in the Atmosphere and Ocean: List of Illustrations
Gary E. Thomas;Knut Stamnes.
Small‐scale temperature variations in the vicinity of NLC: Experimental and model results
M. Rapp;F.-J. Lübken;A. Müllemann;G. E. Thomas.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
The Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) mission: Overview and early science results
James M. Russell;Scott M. Bailey;Larry L. Gordley;David W. Rusch.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2009)
Solar cycle study of interplanetary Lyman-alpha variations: Pioneer venus orbiter sky background results
J. M. Ajello;A. I. Stewart;G. E. Thomas;A. Graps.
The Astrophysical Journal (1987)
Solar backscattered ultraviolet (SBUV) observations of polar mesospheric clouds (PMCs) over two solar cycles
Matthew T. DeLand;Eric P. Shettle;Gary E. Thomas;John J. Olivero.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Mariner 6: ultraviolet spectrum of Mars upper atmosphere.
C. A. Barth;W. G. Fastie;C. W. Hord;J. B. Pearce.
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