This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

This paper estimates the value employees place on stable employment. Here the term 'stable employment' means a relatively low probability of temporary and/or permanent layoffs. This value is estimated by regressing individual wage rates on exogenous variables and proxy variables for unstable employment. The sign and size of the coefficients on these proxy variables in the wage equation measures the value of stable employment in terms of the hourly wage rate. The wage equation is estimated using...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Trost,Robert P, PUBLIC RESEARCH INST ALEXANDRIA VA, *INDUSTRIES, *EMPLOYMENT,...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

An airborne man-made radio noise model has been developed and programmed on a graphics computer at the Naval Ocean Systems Center. This model provides a useful approximation to the geographical dependence of airborne man- made radio noise in the continental United States. Radio noise maps produced from this model are used to evaluate the effect of man-made radio noise on the operation of meteor burst communication systems. Equations developed by Skomal (E. N. Skomal, Man-Made Radio Noise, Van...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roy, T N, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA, *MAPPING, *NOISE(RADIO), *BURST...

Under static conditions, a system satisfying detailed balance generically relaxes to an equilibrium state in which there are no currents. To generate persistent currents, either detailed balance must be broken or the system must be driven in a time-dependent manner. A stationary system that violates detailed balance evolves to a nonequilibrium steady state (NESS) characterized by fixed currents. Conversely, a system that satisfies instantaneous detailed balance but is driven by the...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Raz,O, University of Maryland College Park United States, steady state, construction,...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Periodic single-blade loads were measured on model propellers in inclined flow and in a single-cycle circumferentially non-uniform longitudinal velocity field. The experimental results were correlated with predictions by the following methods: (1) A quasi-steady procedure developed by McCarthy at David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center (DTNSRDC), (2) An unsteady lifting surface theory developed by Tsakonas and his colleagues at Davidson Laboratory, (3) An unsteady lifting...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Boswell,Robert J, DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA...

Topics: DTIC Archive, MAURY CENTER FOR OCEAN SCIENCE WASHINGTON DC, *ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE, *UNDERWATER...

Data on lightning incidence are first examined. Expressions are derived relating lightning incidence to the monthly thunderstorm-day statistic, to diurnal variation of activity, and to structure height. By using these expressions the number of lightning strikes to be expected over any period of time can be estimated, on a climatological basis, for a structure of known height located anywhere in the world. The following physical parameters of lightning are then discussed: peak current, time to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Cianos, Nicholas, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA, *LIGHTNING, *THUNDERSTORMS,...

This interim report demonstrates the feasibility of conducting a dynamic analysis of ASW effectiveness through the application of queuing theory. The ASW effectiveness of both the individual ASW unit and the aggregated ASW force are considered. Analytical models are formulated representing both levels of capability, and appropriate computational techniques are described and illustrated by selected examples. Areas requiring further research and development are defined, and recommendations for...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Zumwalt, Marvin W, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA NAVAL WARFARE RESEARCH...

The primary emphasis was to obtain infrared emission measurements during known auroral activity. Three balloon flights were made from Fairbanks, Alaska to accomplish this. On two of these flights moderate auroral activity occurred, but there was no enhancement in the emission spectrum from 9-14 micrometers. The time of night that these measurements were made was several hours earlier than the time when observations of enhanced infrared emission were made on 13 September 1969. A total of six...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Murcray, David G, DENVER UNIV CO DEPT OF PHYSICS, *AURORAE, *INFRARED RADIATION,...

This report describes the development of a digital computer model for predicting the characteristics of VLF atmospheric noise. Five algorithms which form the basis for the model are: (1) An algorithm for computing electromagnetic power radiated from every region of the earth; (2) An algorithm for computing the standard deviation of power radiated for every region of the earth; (3) An algorithm for the propagation of energy within the earth-ionosphere waveguide; (4) An algorithm which uses the...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Maxwell,Eugene L, WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP BOULDER CO BOULDER United States,...

Knowledge about ambient sea noise between 10 Hz and 10 kHz is summarized. Information is included on several characteristics of ambient noise (variation of spectrum levels, directionality, and correlative properties) and two sources (surface agitation and rain). Other summaries are recommended that cover the prediction of spectrum levels associated with additional sources (distant shipping, biological, thermal, and seismic). (Author)

Topics: DTIC Archive, Crouch, Wayne W, NAVAL UNDERWATER SYSTEMS CENTER NEWPORT RI, *MARINE BIOLOGICAL...

Minimum and maximum temperatures (385,221 data points) from explosive hazard storage magazines located at Yuma, Arizona; Subic Bay, Philippines; and Fort Richardson, Alaska are used to construct cumulative distribution curves. These distribution curves show the probability that ordnance, stored in these magazines, will reach any given air temperature. They allow an objective judgment to be made on maximum and minimum earth-covered storage magazine temperature specifications.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Kurotori, I S, NAVAL WEAPONS CENTER CHINA LAKE CA, *SHELTERS, *ATMOSPHERIC...

The report describes the ionospheric studies performed between June 1969 and May 1970 using the DASA Project 617 incoherent-scatter radar. During this time period, significant improvements were made in the radar system to allow nearly real-time processing of the data and to increase the accuracy, time resolution, and altitude extent of the measurements. The 1970 measurements presented here are the first to be made using the new system. The daytime F- layer over Palo Alto between 1967 and 1969...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Baron, Murray J, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA, *NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS,...

The magazine air temperature records from CAG, CA, DDG, DLG, and DLG(N) type ships have been statistically analyzed to obtain the probable thermal exposure to be found on these type ships. The information is divided into the temperature expectancies for the 03, 02, 01, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 deck levels as applicable. Effort has been made to eliminate information from compartments influenced by the engine room. This report includes 71,016 data points from the six ships. The ships were all...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Matsuda, Sakaye, NAVAL WEAPONS CENTER CHINA LAKE CA, *NAVAL VESSELS, *AMMUNITION,...

The infrared radiance arising from the earth's limb for altitudes from sea level to 500 kilometers and within the spectral limits of 5 to 25 microns was determined from theoretical calculations. The atmosphere was divided into two altitude regimes: the lower atmosphere (below 70 kilometers) and the upper atmosphere (above 70 kilometers). The lower limb models were developed from the University of Michigan computer program with modifications, including the addition of a model for nitric acid....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Corbin, Victor L, HONEYWELL INC MINNEAPOLIS MN AEROSPACE DIV, *INFRARED SPECTRA,...

Storage magazine temperature measurements (157,235 data points) from Portsmouth, Virginia; Charleston, South Carolina; Crane, Indiana; McAlester, Oklahoma; Dallas, Texas; Corpus Christi, Texas; Concord, California; El Toro, California; Seal Beach, California; and Indian Head, Maryland are under study to establish a temperature criterion by statistical methods for ordnance stored in explosive hazard magazines.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Kurotori, I S, NAVAL WEAPONS CENTER CHINA LAKE CA, *UNITED STATES, *EXPLOSIVES, DATA...

The Naval Oceanographic Office conducted an oceanographic survey in the Ross Sea from 25 February to 1 March 1969. Temperature and salinity data were obtained at the annual ice prediction stations along the shipping route to McMurdo and Hallett Stations, Antarctica. Twenty-three stations were taken. A comparison of 1969 data with data from 1967 and 1968 showed that each 1969 station exhibited approximately the same water structure as in the preceding 2 years, but temperatures were generally...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Bourkland, Martin T, NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE NSTL STATION MS, *OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA,...

Ambient noise was monitored in shallow water east of Andros Island, Tongue of the Ocean, in November and December 1965 and September 1966. Data were collected with an encapsulated, self-recording device and a stand-mounted hydrophone connected by cable to shore-based instrumentation. The prime noise generator was found to be snapping shrimp. Shrimp noise was high during light winds and low during winds approaching gale force. During winds of whole gale force, a sevenfold increase in noise level...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Woodson, John S, NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE NSTL STATION MS, *MARINE BIOLOGICAL...

The arctic environment has been investigated with emphasis placed on gathering data that impact vehicle and system operation over, on, and under the arctic ice pack. The area considered was restricted to the Arctic Ocean and contiguous seas. Included are descriptions of the arctic ice pack, ice mechanics, oceanography, and climatology as well as details of the rationale employed in making a determination of the specific aspects of the environment to be considered. Deficiencies in presently...

Topics: DTIC Archive, BOEING AEROSPACE CO SEATTLE WA, *POLAR REGIONS, *ICE, *CLIMATE, *SEA ICE, *ARCTIC...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Frassetto, R, SACLANT ASW RESEARCH CENTRE LA SPEZIA (ITALY), *GIBRALTAR STRAIT,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Nimit, Vichai T, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA, *RADIO TRANSMISSION,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, JOINT TASK FORCE ONE WASHINGTON DC, *NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS, *WEATHER FORECASTING, WIND,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Nimit, Vichai T, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA, *IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Nimit, Vichai T, STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA, *IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION,...