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HENRY W. BRANDLI, JOHN W. OLIVER, and RAMON J. ESTU

and day. The Detachment 11forecast facility at Cape Kennedy, Fla., was the fhtoperational site in the world to receive and process thishighest quality, real-time, expanded, simultaneous scan-ning radiometer data. Detachment 11 uses a modifiedSTttLAWRENCE RIVERLAKE ERIELON6 ISLANDCAPE KENNEDYPOPfl 35,000'OPq 5,000 FT27" C SEA TEMP CARIBBEANFIGURE l."Geographicdy gridded simultaneous NOAA 2 scanning radiometry imagery for 1400-1423 GMT, Oct. 20, 1972.538 / Vol. 101, No. 6 / Monthly Weather

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Bradley M. Muller, Christopher G. Herbster, and Frederick R. Mosher

their “regime II,” where M < M s and fluid can flow over an obstacle, and “regime III” where M > M s , and fluid is blocked by the obstacle and flows around it. Since the Vandenberg sounding was missing crucial data, our approach for calculating Fr ∞ and M employs local and upstream bracketing values of the input variables to estimate constraining ranges of these control parameters. Potential temperature quantities were obtained from the meteorological tower and Davis Peak. Winds from buoy

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