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Atmospheric soundings during the Washita-92 campaign

Wilfried Brutsaert

Atmospheric soundings during the Washita-92 campaign

final technical report, period, from June 1, 1992 through September 30, 1992

by Wilfried Brutsaert

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winds -- Measurement.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprincipal investigator: W. Brutsaert.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-194383., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194383.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14698847M

    Reflector antenna systems for the high altitude MMIC sounding radiometer (HAMSR) Conference Paper (PDF Available) in IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings - vol.5 February with. made a number of observations and atmospheric soundings at the surrounding sea. The first simultaneous soundings in Tenerife were made on 28 July , by Dr. Robert Wenger at the Orotava valley and Hergesell on board of the German warship “Victoria Luisa” In the same year Hildebrandt made wind studies right in the peak of the Teide.

    Aware and other government and Private Sector Partners. NWS field offices contributed to Meso by releasing upper air soundings every 6 hours during each IOP. Upper air sites at 13 NWS offices from Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri to Georgia and Florida took part in the special sounding Upper air sites during the Meso campaign. NWS. Bill Fontana RiveR Sounding B ill F ontana R ive R S ounding Bill Fontana River Sounding is edition #1 in a series of publications to accompany key works in the creative programme of Sound and Music. this volume documents the creation of a brand new public artwork by one of the.

    Walden Books has contributed books to a "read-more-about-it" display, and will be sponsoring several book fairs in which part of the day's profits go to sanctuary education programs. The exhibit will be up until November, and may be reinstalled in January after the holiday shopping period. Atmospheric sounding or atmospheric profiling is a measurement of vertical distribution of physical properties of the atmospheric column such as pressure, temperature, wind speed and wind direction, liquid water content, ozone concentration, pollution, and other properties. Such measurements are performed in a variety of ways including remote sensing and in situ observations. The most common in situ sounding .


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Atmospheric soundings during the Washita campaign: final technical report, period, from June 1, through Septem Author: Wilfried Brutsaert ; United States. Project Title: Atmospheric Soundings During the Washita Campaign Project Number: NAG5 - Period: From June 1, through Septem Institution: Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Principal Investigator: W.

Brutsaert Civil and Environmental Engineering Cornell University Ithaca, NY /iv-/-/{ -cp_. /25 °°. US Dept of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service Wichita, Kansas S.

Tyler Road Wichita, KS This page shows current and recent observed radiosonde data in skew-t format. An archive of seven days of data will always be available. The images are created using a sounding analysis program called NSHARP. Sounding data will flow to this site as early as HH after the hour, and will also re-run old hours to fill in late data.

This indicates that atmospheric ozone variability was only of the order of a few percent above 20 km during the 2 weeks of the STOIC campaign. Above 20 km the ozone partial pressures over the Table Mountain site averaged % lower than over San Nicolas by: 5. Jordan, however, may have been unaware of an atmospheric phenomenon that could affect the reliability of his moist tropical soundings.

That feature is the Saharan air layer (SAL) that Carlson and Prospero () first described using soundings from Barbados and the central and eastern North Atlantic by:   Cumulative atmospheric column properties inferred from the two-second FASTEX soundings taken between 6 Jan and 28 Febreaching higher than km altitude: (a) potential temperature, (b) N, (c) wind velocity components (m s −1) U (blue) and V (red), (d) Ri g, (e) L T (m) inferred from the potential temperature, (f) ε (m 3 s −2) inferred from the L T and N, (g) K (m 2 s −1) Cited by: Select a region.

North America ; South America ; South Pacific ; Antarctica ; Arctic ; Europe ; Africa ; Southeast Asia ; Mideast. The vertical thermal profile of the lower atmosphere can be remotely measured by the Radio Acoustic Sounding System (RASS). A RASS operating at the acoustic wavelength λ a ∼ 1 m was designed and developed twenty years ago.

It is suitable for monitoring the temperature profile of the lower troposphere and has been utilised for studies of the atmospheric boundary layer in different conditions Author: P. Trivero, W. Biamino, A.

Marzorati, P. Marcacci, G. Bonino, R. Rossello. Radar and sounding data collected during the Dynamics of the Madden‐Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO), the Cooperative Indian Ocean Experiment on Intraseasonal Variability in the Year (CINDY), and the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Madden‐Julian Oscillation Investigation Experiment (AMIE) field campaigns in the equatorial Indian Ocean to study the initiation of the Madden.

Planet. Space Sci., Vol. 35, No. 5, pp.Printed in Great Britain. /87 $+ Pergamon Journals Ltd. REMOTE SENSING OZONE MEASUREMENTS FROM STRATOSPHERIC BALLOON DURING THE MAP/GLOBUS CAMPAIGN * P.

SIMON and W. PEETERMANS Institut d'Aeronomie Spatiale de Belgique, Bruxelles, Belgium E. PLATEAU Faculte des Sciences, Universite Cited by: 7.

JGR: Atmospheres publishes original research articles that advance and improve the understanding of atmospheric properties and processes, including the interaction of the atmosphere with other components of the Earth system, as well as their roles in climate variability and change.

A detailed history of atmospheric sounding up to is summarized in the review article of Smith (). The basic physics involved in the design of temperature and moisture sounders from Earth orbit was published in the late s (King, ; Kaplan, ), followed by a number of papers describing different methods of retrieval (e.g., Houghton et al., ; Smith, ).

During the period Augustatmospheric soundings have been obtained to characterize the wind, temperature, and humidity profiles over the Little Washita watershed for. CRAG -- Cloud Retrieval Algorithm for ESA's Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment, T.P.

Kurosu, K.V. Chance and R.J.D. Spurr, Proceedings of the European Symposium on Atmospheric Measurements from Space (ESAMS), WPP,Noordwijk, The Netherlands, SOME INTERESTING ATMOSPHERIC SOUNDINGS OF book of Sounding.

''a There it is shown that the value of the particular CK -- Cm meteorological element P, T or H is proportional to CK- Ck where CK, and also during its subsequent fall. Since no parachute was. These photos were obtained during the Washita 92 campaign.

Some were taken on the ground and a few from low altitude aircraft. The series that all include a clear id in the photo itself were obtained as part of the vegetation sampling. All thumbnails are in gif format. The larger images viewed by clicking on the thumbnails are in jpg format.

The reflectivity and radial Doppler velocity were interpolated over the Cartesian coordinates with grid intervals of km ( grids × grids in a km × km square) in the horizontal and km in the vertical (40 levels from to 20 km AMSL) plane for this by: 3.

The Atmospheric Phase Interferometer (API) is a two-element atmospheric seeing monitor located at the Very Large Array (VLA) site. The instrument measures turbulent refractive index variation.

1) We can determine the mb temperature on each sounding (C @ mb on sounding 1, C @ mb on sounding 2). This means sounding 1 has to be Sale and sounding 2 has to be Keith as these are the mb temperatures that correspond to each sounding.

2) We can look at the trends of each sounding. The Evaluation of Routine Atmospheric Sounding Measurements using Unmanned Systems (ERASMUS) campaign was proposed with two central goals; to obtain scientifically relevant measurements of quantities related to clouds, aerosols, and radiation, including profiles of temperature, humidity, and aerosol particles, the structure of the arctic atmosphere during transitions between .Search term.

Advanced Search Citation Search. Search.Abstract. This document presents initial analyses of the enhanced radiosonde observations obtained during the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility Enhanced Soundings for Local Coupling Studies Field Campaign (ESLCS), which took place at the ARM Southern Great Plains (SGP) Central Facility (CF) from June 15 to Aug .