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Atmosphere is the gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth. The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen (78.1% volume mixing ratio) and oxygen (20.9% volume mixing ratio), together with a number of trace gases, such as argon (0.93% volume mixing ratio), helium, radiatively active greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (0.035% volume mixing ratio), and ozone. In addition the atmosphere contains water vapor, whose amount is highly variable but typically 1% volume mixing ratio. The atmosphere also contains clouds and aerosols.
Related Journals of Atmosphere
Climatology & Weather Forecasting, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, International Journal of Earth Sciences, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Journal of Earth Science and Climatic Change, Earth Science Reviews, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences and Earth Science Research.