Ever hear of TARFOX? Here is an intro. WE ARE BEING SPRAYED.
TARFOX: Tropospheric Aerosol Radiative Forcing Observational Experiment
TARFOX: A Field Project of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project
Aerosol effects on atmospheric radiation are a leading source of uncertainty in predicting future climate (IPCC, 1995; 1996). As a result, the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Program has established a Focus on Atmospheric Aerosols (IGAC/FAA) and endorsed a series of aerosol field campaigns. The Tropospheric Aerosol Radiative Forcing Observational Experiment (TARFOX), the second in the IGAC/FAA series, was designed to reduce this uncertainty by measuring aerosol properties and effects in the US eastern seaboard. This is the region where one of the world’s major plumes of industrial haze moves from the continent over the Atlantic Ocean. The goals, scientific basis, and approach of TARFOX are described by Stowe (1994), Russell (1996), Russell et al. (1996), and on the TARFOX World Wide Web page, http://www-space.arc.nasa.gov/~tarfox/. [Page Deleted From Archive.org!]
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