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Andreas Schäfler, Andreas Dörnbrack, Christoph Kiemle, Stephan Rahm, and Martin Wirth

simultaneous and collocated measurements of the atmospheric variables υ h and q . Meteorological towers and airborne or balloonborne in situ observations provide this information at specific locations and along flight trajectories. However, observations covering larger areas and the complete troposphere are only possible with high-flying aircraft equipped with nadir-pointing remote sensing instruments. During recent years, airborne lidar measurements of both wind and water vapor have been performed to

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Florian Harnisch and Martin Weissmann

, C. A. , M. S. Peng , and J-H. Chen , 2009 : Recurving tropical cyclones: Singular vector sensitivity and downstream impacts. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 137 , 1320 – 1337 . Van der Grijn , G. , J. E. Paulsen , F. Lalaurette , and M. Leutbecher , 2005 : Early medium-range forecasts of tropical cyclones. ECMWF Newsletter, No. 102, ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom, 7–14 . Weissmann , M. , and C. Cardinali , 2007 : Impact of airborne Doppler lidar observations on ECMWF forecasts

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