By P. M. Banks and G. Kockarts (Auth.)
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A number of atmospheric models have been published which exhibit important differences. This arises from the fact that the computations have not been made in the same way and that time variations exist in the stratosphere and mésosphère as in the troposphere. 8 x 10~5 gm cm - 3 adopted at 30 km can be accepted with a variation of ±20%. A temperature of 273°K at 50 km may vary by about ±10% to reach extreme values. The stratopause level at 50 km may change by about ± 5 km considering all conditions.
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Aeronomy by P. M. Banks and G. Kockarts (Auth.)