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- Bell T.L., and M. Nelkin (1977). Nonlinear cascade models for fully-developed turbulence Phys. Fluids., 20, 345-350
- Kaufman Y.J., and U. P. Oppenheim (1977). Time resolved molecular extinction and heat effects induced by IR radiation Appl. Opt., 16, 1931-1935
- Kaufman Y.J., S. Ruchin, and U. P. Oppenheim (1977). Nonlinear absorption of SF6 at high IR intensities and high pressures Appl. Opt., 16, 1187-1191
- Pollack J., ..., R.A. Kahn, and et al. (1977). Properties of aerosols in the Martian atmosphere as inferred from Viking Lander imaging data J. Geophys. Res., 82, 4479-4496
- (1977). Doubling Initialization revisited J. Quant. Spectr. and Rad. Trans., 18, 245-248
- (1977). Author's reply J. Quant. Spectr. and Rad. Trans., p. 251, 18.
- (1977). The Delta-M Method: Rapid yet accurate radiative flux calculations for strongly asymmetric phase functions J. Atmos. Sci., 34, 1408-1422
- Wiscombe W., and J. Evans (1977). Exponential-sum fitting of radiative transmission functions J. Comp. Phys., 24, 416-444
- Wiscombe W., and J. Joseph (1977). The range of validity of the Eddington approximation Icarus, 32, 362-377
- Wiscombe W., and P. Chylek (1977). Mie scattering between any two angles J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 67, 572-573