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Atmospheric correction of APEX hyperspectral data

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Spherical Harmonics Expansion of the Atmospheric Gravitational Potential Based on Exponential and Power Models of Atmosphere

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Atmospheric Dispersion of PM10 in an Urban Area

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Late Spring Freezes in Poland in Relation to Atmospheric Circulation

A., Demuzere M., Ustrnul Z., Cahynova M., Kysely J., Tveito O.E., 2008. Classifications of atmospheric circulation patterns: recent advances and applications. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1146: 105-152. DOI: 10.1196/annals.1446.019. Kaukoranta, T., Tahvonen R., Ylämäki A., 2010. Climatic potential and risks of apple growing by 2040. Agricultural and Food Science 19: 144-159. DOI 10.2137/145960610791542352 Kreyling J., Thiel D., Simmnacher K., Willner E., Jentsch A., Beierkuhnlein C., 2012. Geographic origin and past

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Atmospheric fronts over Poland (2006-2015)

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The paper presents the spatial and temporal variations in the occurrence of fronts and days with no fronts over Poland in 2006-2015. The research was based on a database of the atmospheric fronts that moved over five selected stations located in the outermost regions of Poland and in the centre of the country. The database was created as a result of an analysis of synoptic charts from the website of the German weather service (Deutscher Wetterdienst; DWD). As is shown by the results, atmospheric fronts moved over Poland on approximately 65% of days of the year. However, their frequency in the individual regions was almost half of this, ranging from 33-39%. The annual variations in the number of fronts depended largely on the location of a given area and the atmospheric circulation prevailing there. In most years the maximum frequency of occurrence of atmospheric fronts was observed in November-January, and the lowest frequency was seen in February and September. The research confirms that there is a clear predominance of cold fronts, with warm and occluded fronts forming at around half the frequency of cold fronts. One characteristic feature is a decrease in the number of occluded fronts and days with different types of fronts moving from the north of Poland southwards. In the period under study, more than 80% of the sequences of days with atmospheric fronts included up to 6 days, even though there were also cases when fronts passed over Poland on 20 consecutive days.

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High Performance Computing Simulations of the Atmospheric Composition in Bulgaria and the City of Sofia

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The influence of atmospheric circulation on bioclimatic conditions in Lublin (Poland)

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RELATION BETWEEN EXTENSIVE EXTREME PRECIPITATION IN POLAND AND ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION

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The Effect of Atmospheric Electromagnetic Radiation on an Opened System

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The influence of atmospheric light scattering on reflectance measurements during photogrammetric survey flights at low altitudes over forest areas

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