NEWS Notes Thre e Intensive Observation Periods Conclude naissance plane originally constructed for the German at AR M Southern Great Plains Site government. The southern Great Plains site of the U.S. Depart- The NASA Subsonic Contrail and Cloud Effects ment of Energy's Atmospheric Radiation Measure- Special Study (SUCCESS) occurred 10 April through ment (ARM) Program hosted three separate intensive May 1996. The base of operations for SUCCES S was observation periods during April and May 1996. in Salina, Kansas. Aircraft included the NASA ER-2 The Spring Single-Column Model Intensive Obser- flying at 65 000 ft, NAS A DC-8 flying at 30 000- vation Period took place from 15 April to 5 May. 40 000 ft, NAS A T-39 flying at 30 000-4 0 000 ft, and Single-colum n models use a single grid cell of a NAS A 757 flying at 30 000-4 0 000 ft. These aircraft model , from the earth's surface to the top of the flew over the southern Great Plains site, collecting model' s atmosphere, where horizontal terms are es- data simultaneously with the site, and over other re- tablished by hypothetical or measured values instead gions where favorable conditions existed. A key goal
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1996
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