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Traditional techniques for the calibration of the aircraft-relative wind vector from flight maneuvers are discussed with special regard to the effects of perturbations in the flow patterns around the aircraft body during periods of significant accelerations and angular rates (rapidly varying...
The feasibility of utilizing regional model data to force the open boundaries of a relocatable local area model (RLAM) is investigated mathematically and numerically. The error associated with the interpolation in time of a periodic signal at the open boundaries of a numerical ocean circulation...
The authors examine changes in the salinity of the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Ocean standard seawater (SSW) as used in seven cruises between 1991 and 1997. Ten batches of SSW were used during this time——several more than once——such that a clear...
This paper presents a modified objective mapping technique that takes advantage of the strong vertical correlations in ocean temperature profiles. This technique has been used here successfully to generate a uniformly gridded upper-ocean temperature dataset in the southwest Pacific Ocean region...
Measurements of long-path optical attenuation of visible light due to rainfall are described, from which rainfall parameters are derived. Novel aspects of the method are the use of a distant uncontrolled and broadband spotlight source, and analysis of image characteristics to obtain the...
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