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F. Couvreux, F. Guichard, P. H. Austin, and F. Chen

scale of variability, mainly because of the lack of observations. Milford et al. (1979) , using observations from an instrumented glider, first underscored the variability of water vapor at the mesoscale, which they found to be larger than the variability of either potential temperature or vertical velocity. Mahrt (1991) , analyzing aircraft in situ measurements at 300 m above ground level, found that the mesoscale variability of water vapor exceeded the submesoscale variability. Mesoscale water

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