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Atmospheric and Lithospheric Wave Guides

Harkrider, David G. (1990) Atmospheric and Lithospheric Wave Guides. In: Vincit Veritas: A Portrait of the Life and Work of Norman Abraham Haskell, 1905-1970. American Geophysical Union Special Publications. No.30. American Geophysical Union , Washington, DC, pp. 34-37. ISBN 9780875907628.

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Norman A. Haskell was basically interested in understanding the physical processes observed on the earth. He tried to keep the essential structure of the atmosphere and earth in his models. For that reason he modified the atmosphere with gradients and the upper portion of the solid earth with homogeneous layers, which was then the commonly accepted geological model of the lithosphere.

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Additional Information:© 1990 by the American Geophysical Union. Published Print: 01 January 1990.
Subject Keywords:Haskell, Norman Abraham, 1905–1970; Geophysics; Geophysicists—United States—Biography
Series Name:American Geophysical Union Special Publications
Issue or Number:30
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Official Citation:Harkrider, D. G. (2013). Atmospheric and Lithospheric Wave Guides. In Vincit Veritas: A Portrait of the Life and Work of Norman Abraham Haskell, 1905–1970, A. Ben‐Menahem (Ed.). doi:10.1029/SP030p0034
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