We would like to thank the many colleagues and field assistants who have participated in these measurement campaigns, and the organizations and individuals who made the sites available. In particular we would like to thank: Drs. Ernesto Jauregui (UNAM, Mexico), Rachel Spronken Smith (Canterbury, New Zealand), Catherine Souch (IUPUI, United States), Hans Peter Schmid (IU, United States) Jamie Voogt (Western Ontario, Canada), Helen Cleugh (CSIRO, Australia), Matthias Roth (UBC, Canada), Gordon Heisler and Dave Nowak (USFS Syracuse, United States), Greg McPherson and Jim Simpson (USFS Davis, United States), Richard Grant (Purdue, United States), and Mark Demanes, Mark Hubble and Tom King (IU, United States), and Trevor Newton (UBC, Canada) for their many contributions. This research has been funded by the USDA Forest Service (Grimmond), Southern California Edison (Grimmond), Indiana University (Grimmond), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (Oke), and the Atmospheric Environment Service of Environment Canada (Oke).
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