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C. R. Wood, R. D. Kouznetsov, R. Gierens, A. Nordbo, L. Järvi, M. A. Kallistratova, and J. Kukkonen

seasonality in climate, caused by the high latitude (>60°N) and semicontinental climate. Downtown Helsinki is located in a peninsula protruding southward ( Fig. 1a ), including the sites of Torni, Sitra, and Elisa. Most of the land area on the map is 5–15 m above mean sea level (MSL), with some hills up to about 30 m. Fig . 1. The locations of the instruments in Helsinki. (a) The surface type is in three classes—built/paved (gray), vegetative (green), and water (blue) with a 10-m horizontal resolution

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Leslie M. Hartten and Paul E. Johnston

s and the spacing between vertical dwells in the same mode was about 5.3 min. In autumn 2004, the dwell duration was about 40 s for the low mode and 30 s for the high mode and the spacing between vertical dwells of the same mode was about 6 min. Figure 2 illustrates the effects of our quality control on one day’s low-mode data from each cruise; SNR was converted to relative reflectivity before plotting. The original dataset contains some SNRs and spectral widths that are unrealistically large

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