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NOWCAST CONFERENC E NOTEBOOK The following summaries are being tem is being designed to survive sounding data if the manned up- presented at the 84th AMS Annual and make measurements in all per-air stations are closed due to Meeting in Seattle, Washington, marin e weather conditions, in- cost constraints. 11-15 January 2003. cluding hurricane-force midlati- This RBS system is one of the tude cyclones with high seas and in situ sensors being developed un- IMPROVIN G TH E OBSERVING icing conditions that routinely oc- der the umbrella of THORpex cur in winter. Also, the rocket- (The Observing-System Research SYSTE M WIT H ROCKETSONDES The Rocketsonde Buoy System launching portion of the system and Predictability Experiment), a (sans buoy) could be used in other global atmospheric research pro- (RBS) is designed to make in situ sounding measurements of tem- data-sparse regions such as the gram endorsed by the WMO. Canadian Arctic, which could pro- perature, pressure, humidity, alti- To date, over 50 new rocket tude, and winds in the bottom half vide an alternative source of designs were built, wind-tunnel f the troposphere (bottom 6 km). The concept is to deploy a synop- tic network of permanently moored buoys at midlatitudes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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CONFERENC E NOTEBOOK The following summaries are being tem is being designed to survive sounding data if the manned up- presented at the 84th AMS Annual and make measurements in all per-air stations are closed due to Meeting in Seattle, Washington, marin e weather conditions, in- cost constraints. 11-15 January 2003. cluding hurricane-force midlati- This RBS system is one of the tude cyclones with high seas and in situ sensors being developed un- IMPROVIN G TH E OBSERVING icing conditions that routinely oc- der the umbrella of THORpex cur in winter. Also, the rocket- (The Observing-System Research SYSTE M WIT H ROCKETSONDES The Rocketsonde Buoy System launching portion of the system and Predictability Experiment), a (sans buoy) could be used in other global atmospheric research pro- (RBS) is designed to make in situ sounding measurements of tem- data-sparse regions such as the gram endorsed by the WMO. Canadian Arctic, which could pro- perature, pressure, humidity, alti- To date, over 50 new rocket tude, and winds in the bottom half vide an alternative source of designs were built, wind-tunnel f the troposphere (bottom 6 km). The concept is to deploy a synop- tic network of permanently moored buoys at midlatitudes

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Published: Jan 1, 2004

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