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Ethan L. Nelson, Tristan S. L’Ecuyer, Adele L. Igel, and Susan C. van den Heever

effects of attenuation and require an understanding of more complex radiative interactions, namely Mie scattering. Additionally, satellite instruments of any sort are limited by size and power given the requirements of spacecraft propulsion, instrument operation, and data communication. That means an educational tool on this subject should convey information not just about the synergy of multifrequency active instruments but also the trade-offs between instrument sensitivity, sensor complexity, cost

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Brian Billings, Stephen A. Cohn, Rodney J. Kubesh, and William O. J. Brown

each project’s educational goals, namely: i) providing as many opportunities as possible for students to participate in hands-on field research, ii) collecting a diverse dataset for future use in multiple curriculum courses and student research projects that lead to future presentation opportunities, and iii) increasing awareness of SCSU and EOL activities in the local educational and regional and national operational communities. MOBILE DEPLOYMENTS. BaSE CaMP I and BaSE CaMP II targeted a wide

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