meeting summary Kerry A. Emanuel* and Rolf Langland+ The workshop was convened on 8 December 1997 tion, supplementary observations were made at in Monterey, California, in order to present and com- prespecified times at a suite of standard rawinsonde pare the early results from tests of various adaptive ob- sites located in and around the North Atlantic region servation strategies, carried out during the Fronts and as well as from as many as four ships stationed in the Atlantic Storm Tracks Experiment (FASTEX), which central North Atlantic at various times during took place during January and February 1997. One FASTEX. A complete description of the FASTEX component of that experiment was to field test a suite measurement system may be found in Joly et al. (1997). of adaptive sampling strategies as proposed by vari- Adaptive sampling was carried out on the basis of ous groups over the last two or three years. The goal several products produced in real time by the Naval of these strategies is to optimally sample the atmo- Research Laboratories (NRL) in Monterey, Califor- sphere at a given time and place so as to maximize the nia; the National Centers for Environmental Predic- forecast skill
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Published: Sep 1, 1998
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