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PLOWS (2009-2010) Indianapolis, IN


Instrumentation: AVAPS, ISS


Areas of Research: Winter weather patterns


HVAMS (2004) Hudson Valley, NY


Instrumentation: ISFS


Areas of Research: Micrometeorology of the Hudson River Valley


NAME (2004) Mazatlan, Mexico


Instrumentation: ISS


Areas of Research: Sources and limits of predictability of warm season precipitation


EPIC (2001) Huatulco, Mexico


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Effects of short-term variability in the Eastern Pacific on climate


GOTEX (2004)


Gulf of Tehuantapec, Mexico


CLIMODE (2007) Bermuda


Instrumentation: ISS


Areas of Research: Dynamics of


“Eighteen Degree Water” (EDW), the subtropical mode water of the North Atlantic


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Coupled development of ocean waves and boundary layers


VOCALS (2008) Iquique, Chile


Instrumentation: GAUS


Areas of Research: Interactions between clouds, aerosols, and marine boundary layer processes


PREDICT (2010) St. Croix, USVI


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Hurricane genesis


ISCAT (2000-2001) Antarctica


Instrumentation: ISFS


Areas of Research: Observations of sulfur chemistry


RICO (2004-2005) Antigua, Barbuda


Instrumentation: GAUS, AVAPS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Rain formation in small cumulus over the open ocean


T-PARC (2008) Guam


Instrumentation: AVAPS


Areas of Research: Short-range dynamics and forecast skill associated with high- impact weather events of one region and their downstream impacts


SOAS (2013) Tuscaloosa, AL


Instrumentation: ISS, ISFS


Areas of Research: Pollution impacts of biosphere-atmosphere interactions


DYNAMO (2011-2012) Maldives


Instrumentation: AVAPS, GAUS, ISS


Areas of Research: Initiation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation


BuFEX (2007) Perth, Australia


Instrumentation: GAUS


Areas of Research: Influence of land use on atmospheric circulation and cloud formation


DEEPWAVE (2014) New Zealand


Areas of Research: Dynamics of gravity waves


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