Airborne Compact Raman Lidar (CRL) Water Vapor and Temperature Profiles
Compact Raman Lidar (CRL) measurements of water vapor and temperature profiles from the University of Wyoming King Air (UWKA) aircraft during the Chequamegon Heterogeneous Ecosystem Energy-balance Study Enabled by a High-density Extensive Array of Detectors (CHEESEHEAD) project IOPs are provided. The three IOP periods are July 9-13, Aug 20-23, and Sep 24-29. During these IOPs, UWKA conducted pre-defined cross-wind legs at ~400 m and 100 m the ground around the central tall tower site (45.9459, -90.2723; 470 m). Due to the limitations of CRL overlaps, data from 100m legs are challenging to process. Thus, only water vapor and temperature profiles from the 400-m legs are archived here.
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|Begin datetime||2019-07-09 14:09:10|
|End datetime||2019-09-29 21:21:23|
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Maximum (North) Latitude:
Minimum (South) Latitude:
Minimum (West) Longitude: -90.45, Maximum (East) Longitude: -89.90
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Wang, Z. 2020. Airborne Compact Raman Lidar (CRL) Water Vapor and Temperature Profiles. Version 2.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.26023/JYNH-KCZE-910F. Accessed 28 May 2023.
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