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Andreas Muhlbauer
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Wojciech W. Grabowski
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Szymon P. Malinowski
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Thomas P. Ackerman
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George H. Bryan
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Zachary J. Lebo
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Jason A. Milbrandt
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Hugh Morrison
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Mikhail Ovchinnikov
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Sarah Tessendorf
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Julie M. Thériault
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Greg Thompson
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H. J. S. Fernando
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I. Gultepe
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C. Dorman
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E. Pardyjak
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Q. Wang
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S. W Hoch
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D. Richter
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E. Creegan
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S. Gaberšek
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T. Bullock
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C. Hocut
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R. Chang
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D. Alappattu
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R. Dimitrova
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D. Flagg
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A. Grachev
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R. Krishnamurthy
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D. K. Singh
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I. Lozovatsky
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B. Nagare
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A. Sharma
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S. Wagh
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C. Wainwright
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M. Wroblewski
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R. Yamaguchi
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S. Bardoel
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R. S. Coppersmith
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N. Chisholm
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E. Gonzalez
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N. Gunawardena
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O. Hyde
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T. Morrison
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A. Olson
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A. Perelet
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W. Perrie
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S. Wang
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B. Wauer

Abstract

C-FOG is a comprehensive bi-national project dealing with the formation, persistence, and dissipation (life cycle) of fog in coastal areas (coastal fog) controlled by land, marine, and atmospheric processes. Given its inherent complexity, coastal-fog literature has mainly focused on case studies, and there is a continuing need for research that integrates across processes (e.g., air–sea–land interactions, environmental flow, aerosol transport, and chemistry), dynamics (two-phase flow and turbulence), microphysics (nucleation, droplet characterization), and thermodynamics (heat transfer and phase changes) through field observations and modeling. Central to C-FOG was a field campaign in eastern Canada from 1 September to 8 October 2018, covering four land sites in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and an adjacent coastal strip transected by the Research Vessel Hugh R. Sharp. An array of in situ, path-integrating, and remote sensing instruments gathered data across a swath of space–time scales relevant to fog life cycle. Satellite and reanalysis products, routine meteorological observations, numerical weather prediction model (WRF and COAMPS) outputs, large-eddy simulations, and phenomenological modeling underpin the interpretation of field observations in a multiscale and multiplatform framework that helps identify and remedy numerical model deficiencies. An overview of the C-FOG field campaign and some preliminary analysis/findings are presented in this paper.

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H. J. S. Fernando
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I. Gultepe
,
C. Dorman
,
E. Pardyjak
,
Q. Wang
,
S. W Hoch
,
D. Richter
,
E. Creegan
,
S. Gaberšek
,
T. Bullock
,
C. Hocut
,
R. Chang
,
D. Alappattu
,
R. Dimitrova
,
D. Flagg
,
A. Grachev
,
R. Krishnamurthy
,
D. K. Singh
,
I. Lozovatsky
,
B. Nagare
,
A. Sharma
,
S. Wagh
,
C. Wainwright
,
M. Wroblewski
,
R. Yamaguchi
,
S. Bardoel
,
R. S. Coppersmith
,
N. Chisholm
,
E. Gonzalez
,
N. Gunawardena
,
O. Hyde
,
T. Morrison
,
A. Olson
,
A. Perelet
,
W. Perrie
,
S. Wang
, and
B. Wauer
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