Theoretical Aid for Improving Measuring Instruments Efficiency within the Meteorological Space of Lagos-Nigeria
We propose that the aerosols in the atmosphere form layers of varying refractivity. In this paper, we used proven dispersion model alongside the unified number to determine the dynamics of the aerosol transport. The inability of scientist to calculate the atmospheric constant over an area has lead to frequent failures of ground measuring devices e.g. radiosonde, weather stations in...
Published at AIP Conference Proceedings
Volume 1705, 020054 (2016);
Published in 2016
Emetere M. E., Akinyemi M. L. and Akin-Ojo O
Akinyemi Marvel » Prof. Marvel Lola Akinyemi is a Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Physics. She joined Covenant University on 3rd of October, 2005 as an academic staff. Her primary area of research focuses on atmospheric ozone variation, ozone concentration and UV-B radiation, impact of ozone variation on life forms, assessment of atmospheric pollution from anthropogenic activities, simulation and... view full profile
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