Review of the Seventh Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentation, 14-18 January 1991, New Orleans, La. C. Bruce Baker*, NOAA/NESDIS, National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), Federal Building, Asheville, NC 28801 the conditional sampler coefficient and also found that 1. Introduction the system design must accurately account for time delays and mixing in the sample inlet tubing. The Seventh Symposium on Meteorological Observa- Tony Delany et al. presented designs for condi- tions and Instrumentation (SMOI) was held in New tional sampling flux measurement systems. They adapt Orleans, Louisiana, 14-18 January 1991, concur- the technique to aerosols and chemically reactive rently with the Seventh Symposium on Applications of atmospheric trace species that must be analyzed in Air Pollution Meteorology, and Second Symposium situ or collected directly on open-faced filters or sub- on global change studies. The emphasis of this SMOI strates. was to integrate sessions on measurements as they Zekai Otles showed that the similarity relationship pertain to air pollution and Global Change issues. To for sensible heat-flux profiles within the hori- meet those needs, the SMOI co-sponsored an all-day zontallyhomogeneous convective boundary layer is session on "Measurements and Archiving Methods inadequate for extrapolation of aircraft-measured fluxes for Very Long Trend
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1991
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