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    Re: Refraction - Corrigendum: Humidity
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2005 Aug 28, 16:52 +0300

    Frank wrote
    
    > On a related topic... I finally found a web site I had lost.  If you want
    > to
    > look at atmosphere soundings globally, there is a very nice web  tool
    > here:
    > http://weather.uwyo.edu/upperair/sounding.html. You can analyze  different
    > regions and different seasons from the South Pacific to Greenland,  from
    > Istanbul
    > to McMurdo Sound. Try "skew-t" plots (probably easiest to see  differences
    > in
    > local patterns) or "stuve" plots (linear in temperature) or the  plain
    > "text
    > list" which could easily be used as input to your  integrator.
    
    That's spot-on. With the help of a parser and Excel it should also be
    possible to arrive at monthly averages. Thank you for the link, I forgive
    you for putting me into more and more work ;-)
    Will contact you directly on this subject, since it might go beyond the
    topic of the list.
    
    Marcel
    
    
    

       
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