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5 X 105 sec) (but less than 30 days so that seasonal variations do not become important) the daily average radiation intensity can be used. If we consider that the approximate daytime intensity variation is sinusoidal, then the average intensity for a 24-hr period at any location is the peak intensity # max divided by 4: #av = ^max/4 for daytime sinusoidal behavior (13) where the factor f represents the ratio of the earth's cross-sectional area to its total surface area. Thus if # av is used, the steady-state approximation should be valid.
1974) at 38-49° north latitude for midday; and Murcray et al. (1968, 1973b, 1974). These results as well as those of the other stratospheric investigations are shown graphically in Fig. 1-10. It is clear that the NO profiles are not yet accurately known. There is no reason why they should depend on time of day, season, or latitude above the stratopause. In fact, different runs by the same experimenters gave the same results. However, in the stratosphere it is clear that there is a seasonal variation as well as a strong diurnal variation for the NO concentration.