We are grateful to the many people involved in TOGA COARE, especially the people at NCAR responsible for operating the Electra and the data produced. We are also grateful to Peggy LeMone for providing video tapes and for many discussions, Paul Lawson for advice on using the Ophir, and to Ed Zipser and Rick Igau for their contribution to the work. We also thank Peggy LeMone, Ed Zipser, and an anonymous reviewer for helping to improve the manuscript through their careful reviews. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation Grant ATM-9413289 and the TOGA COARE Grant ATM-9112043.
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