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SAMPLE OF PAST DEPLOYMENTS


PCAPS (2011) Salt Lake Basin, UT


Instrumentation: ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Influence of wintertime temperature inversions on pollutant transport and mixing


METCRAX (2006) METCRAX II (2013) Meteor Crater, AZ


Instrumentation: ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Structure and evolution of temperature inversions that form daily in topographic


CHATS (2007) Sacramento, CA


Instrumentation: ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Spatial measurements of the velocity and scalar turbulence fields in a uniformly vegetated canopy


T-REX (2006) Owens Valley, CA


Instrumentation: AVAPS, GAUS, ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Structure and evolution of atmospheric rotors


DYCOMS II (2001) San Diego, CA


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Physics and


dynamics of marine stratocumulus


ATLAS (2005) Barrow, AK


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Feedback processes within arctic system affecting global climate change


VORTEX II (2009) Oklahoma


Instrumentation: GAUS


Areas of Research: Structure and evolution of tornadic and nontornadic storms


IHOP (2002) Oklahoma


Instrumentation: AVAPS, GAUS, ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Characterization of water vapor and its application to improving the understanding and prediction of convection


BAMEX (2003) St. Louis, MO


Instrumentation: GAUS, AVAPS


Areas of Research: Life cycles of


mesoscale convective systems


C-WEX (2011) Ames, IA


ISPA (2010) Steamboat Springs, CO


Instrumentation: GAUS, ISS


Areas of Research: Link between pollution aerosols and snow riming


CME (2004) Niwot Ridge, CO


Instrumentation: ISFS


Areas of Research: Carbon flux in


mountainous terrain


Instrumentation: ISFS


Areas of Research: Sensible heat, latent heat, and carbon dioxide fluxes in corn fields upwind and downwind of wind turbines


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