In short what effect would thrust induced pseudo-gravity have on the atmosphere of a sealed cylindrical habitat that was already generating spin induced pseudo-gravity?
Assume that the thrust is along the axis of rotation of a standard Type III O'Neill Cylinder and that for the sake of simplicity there are no bodies of liquid water on the inner surface, as a concession to Moving "Day". The "Day" will last for at least a week and up to several months. What happens to the atmosphere and thus the functionality of the internal ecology of the cylinder? I was originally thinking about a situation in which the spin gravity and thrust were both one gee but if there is a rate of acceleration at which the effects are small enough for a mature ecology, including climax temperate rain forest, to survive the time trade off might be considered worthwhile so other thrust ratios are worth exploring.