An explanation of the conventions and variables for the netCDF data file format used by NCAR/EOL/ISF for dropsonde sounding data.
Requirements for In Situ and Remote Sensing Capabilities in Convective and Turbulent Environments (C-RITE) Community Workshop - Final ReportMary Barth, Andrew Detwiler, Bart Geerts, Petra Klein, Wen-Chau Lee, Paul Markowski, Gretchen Mullendore & David Raymond
The Community Workshop on Developing Requirements for In Situ and Remote Sensing Capabilities in Convective and Turbulent Environments (C-RITE) was carried out to assist the National Science Foundation (NSF) in defining next generation technologies and observing capabilities best suited for studying convection and turbulence in the atmosphere. With the help of over one hundred investigators from the scientific community, the Workshop developed a series of recommendations to NSF.
An explanation of the conventions and variables for the netCDF data file format used by NCAR/EOL/ISF for radiosonde sounding data.
The NCAR/EOL Community Workshop on Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Atmospheric Research - Final Report, , , , , , , , , , , , &
The focus of the Community Workshop on Unmanned Aerial Systems for Atmospheric Research was to advance the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) on all scales of atmospheric research. The workshop created a forum for discussion and for gathering input from the active UAS research community and those interested in becoming part of that community on highest priority observational needs that may be met by UAS, and on the barriers for use of UAS in...