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Steven E. Koch, Wayne Feltz, Frédéric Fabry, Mariusz Pagowski, Bart Geerts, Kristopher M. Bedka, David O. Miller, and James W. Wilson

and 60-m height resolution over a depth of ∼2.5–4.0 km ( Cohn et al. 2001 ). MAPR was the only system that provided direct and frequent measurements of winds. Five-minute dropouts occurred on the half-hour because of Radio Acoustic Sounding System (RASS) sampling. Two National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) lidars were used in this study: the Scanning Raman Lidar (SRL; Whiteman et al. 2006a , b ) and the Holographic Airborne Rotating Lidar Experiment (HARLIE; Schwemmer et al. 1998

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Edward I. Tollerud, Fernando Caracena, Steven E. Koch, Brian D. Jamison, R. Michael Hardesty, Brandi J. McCarty, Christoph Kiemle, Randall S. Collander, Diana L. Bartels, Steven Albers, Brent Shaw, Daniel L. Birkenheuer, and W. Alan Brewer

simultaneous lidar measurements of moisture and wind. We next focus attention on the bulk properties and effects of scales of motion in section 4 by computing layer-averaged fluxes through sections that bracket the LLJ. From these results, we are able to compute Reynolds averages within the layers, from which we estimate the bulk effect of so-called “prime–prime” terms, interpreted as integrated estimates of the contribution of small-scale (mesoscale to convective scale) circulations to the overall

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