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Hungjui Yu, Paul E. Ciesielski, Junhong Wang, Hung-Chi Kuo, Holger Vömel, and Ruud Dirksen

Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) program initiated a GCOS Reference Upper-Air Network (GRUAN) consisting of 18 sites worldwide ( Seidel et al. 2009 ). Vaisala RS92s are launched regularly at 13 of the current GRUAN candidate stations. GRUAN developed algorithms to correct systematic errors in RS92 data and to derive an uncertainty estimate for each data point and each parameter ( Immler and Sommer 2011 ; Dirksen et al. 2014 ). All current GRUAN algorithms are well documented in peer

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Zhe Feng, Sally A. McFarlane, Courtney Schumacher, Scott Ellis, Jennifer Comstock, and Nitin Bharadwaj

obtain the best-estimate time–height fields of the three radar moments (i.e., reflectivity, Doppler velocity, and spectral width). The KAZR-ARSCL product has vertical and temporal resolution of 30 m and 4 s, respectively. Although KAZR-ARSCL provides cloud boundaries that are derived from a combination of KAZR measurements and observations from the micropulse lidar and ceilometer, they are not used for comparison purpose in this study because reflectivity measurements from S-Pol and SMART-R are

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