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    Re: U.S. Standard Atmosphere Supplements
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2005 Aug 27, 20:47 +0300

    Paul wrote
    > A local library has the *1976* US Standard Atmosphere publication; I've
    > even checked it out a couple times. Can't remember if it had temperature
    > profiles for different latitudes. I have to visit that library by the
    > 30th, and at that time I will look.
    
    Thank you Paul for this kind gesture. What I am looking for are the
    tabulated values of  these two graphs found in the Web (see attachment),
    from which I presume that they are out of the U.S. Standard Atmosphere
    Supplements. At the moment I am trying to get the values by tedious manual
    interpolation.
    
    Paul wrote further
    > Maybe you would like to see some actual temperature profiles. Try
    > putting "upper air observations", "upper air soundings", "radiosode",
    > "rawinsode" etc. in a search engine. You'll get hits like this:
    >
    > http://www.met.fsu.edu/CUDOS/rawin.html
    >
    > Here's another site. Their last 10 balloon soundings are online. The
    > "airfield sensor data" link shows the current surface conditions,
    > including air refractivity. The listed value seems to be multiplied by 1
    > million.
    >
    > http://www.edwards.af.mil/weather/obs.htm
    
    Thank you for these links. There seem to be a lot of such data available.
    Will have to see if I can find there also statistical averaged data sets.
    
    Marcel
    
    
    

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