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A. B. White, M. L. Anderson, M. D. Dettinger, F. M. Ralph, A. Hinojosa, D. R. Cayan, R. K. Hartman, D. W. Reynolds, L. E. Johnson, T. L. Schneider, R. Cifelli, Z. Toth, S. I. Gutman, C. W. King, F. Gehrke, P. E. Johnston, C. Walls, D. Mann, D. J. Gottas, and T. Coleman

time forecasts that the new observations and numerical model ensemble may provide are of the utmost importance to the state’s water and flood managers. Long-term operation of the observing network also will allow the state to track intraseasonal-to-decadal climate changes and better manage their consequences. 2. Selected scientific achievements from HMT-West Following are some of the scientific achievements from HMT-West that motivated CA-DWR to invest in the HMT-Legacy project. A major finding

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Valery F. Kramar, Evgeniya Baykova, Margarita Kallistratova, Rostislav Kouznetsov, and Sergei Kulichkov

Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAPh) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with the Physical Faculty of Moscow State University (MSU), designed an experimental network of ground-based remote sensors to monitor ABL parameters. The network included sodars and passive microwave profilers. “LATAN-3” sodars ( Kouznetsov 2009 ), designed and produced at IAPh, were placed at three sites: 1) in the center of Moscow (IAPh), 2) on the periphery of the city (MSU), and 3) in a rural area 45 km

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Margarita A. Kallistratova, Rostislav D. Kouznetsov, Valerii F. Kramar, and Dmitrii D. Kuznetsov

Yaglom 2007 , chapter 8, Eq. (21.87)]: Thus, profiles of provide some information on turbulent mixing. Generally, high values of indicate ongoing mixing in the presence of mesoscale temperature inhomogeneities. Below, the range-corrected return intensity, expressed in decibels with respect to some level, is used as a qualitative indicator of mixing. Auxiliary measurements of ABL temperature profiles were carried out with the Attex meteorological temperature profiler (MTP)-5 microwave radiometer

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