Cloud boundaries during FIRE II

Taneil Uttal, Scott M. Shaver, Eugene Edmund Clothiaux, Thomas P. Ackerman

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Abstract

In this study, we examined a 4-week period during which the NOAA Wave Propagation Laboratory (WPL) 8-mm radar (Kropfli et al., 1990) and the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) 3-mm radar (Albrecht et al., 1992) operated quasi-continuously, side by side. By quasi-continuously, we mean that both radars operated during all periods when cloud was present, during both daytime and nighttime hours. Using this data, we develop a summary of cloud boundaries for the month of November for a single location in the mid-cotinental United States.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Radar Meteorology
PublisherPubl by American Meteorological Soc
Pages573-575
Number of pages3
StatePublished - 1993
Event26th International Conference on Radar Meteorology - Norman, OK, USA
Duration: May 24 1993May 28 1993

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Other26th International Conference on Radar Meteorology
CityNorman, OK, USA
Period5/24/935/28/93

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Uttal, T., Shaver, S. M., Clothiaux, E. E., & Ackerman, T. P. (1993). Cloud boundaries during FIRE II. In International Conference on Radar Meteorology (pp. 573-575). Publ by American Meteorological Soc.
Uttal, Taneil ; Shaver, Scott M. ; Clothiaux, Eugene Edmund ; Ackerman, Thomas P. / Cloud boundaries during FIRE II. International Conference on Radar Meteorology. Publ by American Meteorological Soc, 1993. pp. 573-575
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Uttal, T, Shaver, SM, Clothiaux, EE & Ackerman, TP 1993, Cloud boundaries during FIRE II. in International Conference on Radar Meteorology. Publ by American Meteorological Soc, pp. 573-575, 26th International Conference on Radar Meteorology, Norman, OK, USA, 5/24/93.

Cloud boundaries during FIRE II. / Uttal, Taneil; Shaver, Scott M.; Clothiaux, Eugene Edmund; Ackerman, Thomas P.

International Conference on Radar Meteorology. Publ by American Meteorological Soc, 1993. p. 573-575.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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Uttal T, Shaver SM, Clothiaux EE, Ackerman TP. Cloud boundaries during FIRE II. In International Conference on Radar Meteorology. Publ by American Meteorological Soc. 1993. p. 573-575