Continuous measurements of temperature, water vapor, and radio refractivity were taken over several days at a height of 11 meters above ground over the high plains of Colorado. A spectral analysis indicates that temperature fluctuations contribute little to radio refractivity fluctuations, which are primarily caused by variations in water vapor density over a wide range of spectral frequencies.
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