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They combined these data with the earlier data of Bainbridge and Heidt (1966) and Ehhalt et al. 25 ppm at 50 km. Ehhalt et al. 6 km at 31° north latitude in May 1973. Ehhalt and Heidt (1973b) also made measurements from 0 to 8 km over Santa Barbara, California, and Scottsbluff, Nebraska. They found no systematic seasonal variation in the troposphere. 41 ppm CH 4 . Lowe and Cumming (1973) measured the infrared absorption of the vz band of CH 4 on a balloon flight between 13 and 28 km on August 11, 1965.