The work described in this paper was supported by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and Dugway Proving Ground through a contract with the H. E. Cramer Company, Inc. We are grateful to Dr. Kastner-Klein for access to the University of Oklahoma sonic anemometer data used in these analyses. The authors also acknowledge the hard work of the other Park Avenue street canyon team workers and others that contributed to the datasets and figures presented in this work including the following: S. Pol, M. Nelson, B. Hansen, B. Verhoef, D. Storwold, I. Jeyachandran, Dr. S. Burian, Dr. F. Gallagher, Dr. M. J. Brown, Dr. K. J. Allwine, Dr. H. J. S. Fernando, Dr. M. Princevic, E. Allwine, and Dr. C. S. B. Grimmond. In addition, the authors are very grateful to the local government workers, business owners and workers, and citizens of Oklahoma City who made the JU2003 field experiment possible.
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