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Stephanie M. Wingo, Walter A. Petersen, Patrick N. Gatlin, Charanjit S. Pabla, David A. Marks, and David B. Wolff

1. Introduction NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission aims to advance understanding of Earth’s water and energy cycles and has a broader goal of improving prediction capability for high-impact weather and climate events in order to benefit society ( Hou et al. 2014 ; Skofronick-Jackson et al. 2017 ). Recent decades have seen tremendous precipitation science advancement, and there is now an unprecedented suite of space- and ground-based precipitation sensors in use around the

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Lijing Cheng, Hao Luo, Timothy Boyer, Rebecca Cowley, John Abraham, Viktor Gouretski, Franco Reseghetti, and Jiang Zhu

of global ocean change, including uncertainty estimation and attribution to natural and anthropogenic drivers. Decades of efforts have been made by the XBT community to identify and understand the cause of errors in XBT measurements and to quantify its magnitude. In brief, the genesis of XBT errors stem from their initial purpose: to make lower-quality measurements primarily for submarine operations. Later, temperature measurements from XBT devices were adopted for oceanographic purposes and the

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