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《Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences》 1980-04
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Zhou Xiu-ji(Institute of Atmospheric Physios, Academia Sinica)  
The mechanism of the fluctuation of the atmospheric microwave emission has been discussed in this paper. The remote sensing equation for determining the profiles of the atmospheric temperature structure constant and wind have been derived by using the statistical characteristics of the fluctuated atmospheric microwave radiation. The properties of the kernel functions of the remote sensing equations have been discussed.
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