Airplane exhaust and rocket fuel at high altitudes add small quantities of air pollutants and haze from partly combusted fuel. The high altitude haze is long-lived, regional, and transported by jet streams. The high altitude haze life-time (half-life probability) is greater than at the ground. The data on carbon dioxide emissions from international travel and Southern Asiatic mountain shields may be representative of the haze. Also, any air pollutant heavier than the ambient air exerts signature physical properties. Plume in the higher altitude imparts insignificant mass-yaw on the rotating Earth rotor. However, research on the haze electro-kinetic yaw based on the Maxwell equation (electromagnetic torque) is non-existent. This paper provides some insight into the potential future research areas on haze transport and electro-kinetic yaw on the Earth rotor.
Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN