DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Lauder : Summary of activities and general information (1989)

By: McKenzie, R.L. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Atmospheric Station. Lauder) (ed.).
Contributor(s): DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Physics and Engineering Laboratory miscellaneous publication ; 30.Publisher: Lauder : Physics and Engineering Laboratory, DSIR, 1989Description: 9 p.Report number: PEL-MP--30Subject(s): CLIMATIC CHANGES | ATMOSPHERES | PELAS | OZONE | CHEMICAL ANALYSIS | STRATOSPHERE | EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH | LAUDER | NZMS260G41 | METEOROLOGY | IONOSPHERE | HISTORY
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A wide range of atmospheric research is currently being carried out by the DSIR at the Physics and Engineering Laboratory at Lauder, Central Otago. The laboratory is situated on state highway 85, between Alexandra and Ranfurly (Latitude 45.0 S, Longitude 168.7 E, altitude 370 m). There are 5 scientists in a staff of 10, whose research addresses such issues as climate changes due to ozone depletion and the greenhouse effect. (auth)
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A wide range of atmospheric research is currently being carried out by the DSIR at the Physics and Engineering Laboratory at Lauder, Central Otago. The laboratory is situated on state highway 85, between Alexandra and Ranfurly (Latitude 45.0 S, Longitude 168.7 E, altitude 370 m). There are 5 scientists in a staff of 10, whose research addresses such issues as climate changes due to ozone depletion and the greenhouse effect. (auth)

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