The authors wish to thank the staff of Meteorological Research Flight, the C-130 RAF aircrew, and all of the other participants and organizers of the FIRE, ASTEX, and EUCREX projects. The authors also wish to thank Doug Johnson, Roy Kershaw, Steven Cusack, Gill Martin, Mark Webb, and Damian Wilson for providing valuable consultation and support.
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