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Tammy M. Weckwerth and David B. Parsons

arrays. In the case of the National Weather Service sounding network, the experimental design included enhancing the number of soundings during periods of interest over a broad area. With this measurement strategy, the intent was to capture local ascent and circulations at the boundaries, capture the effects of any secondary, balanced circulations in preconditioning the environment, and to place these measurements in the synoptic context. To place this multiscale concept in historical prospective

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J. R. Garratt

in this experimental data scatter. Future experiments must provide detailed measurements of theseparameters and of the wave structure, with carefulconsideration given to instrumental performance, ifsuch effects are to be resolved. Over land, vertical momentum transfer over largeareas can probably be evaluated realistically usingeffective drag coefficients or roughness parameters.These must account for both the frictional drag (dueto vegetation, etc.) and form drag introduced by perturbation of

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