PILPS is funded through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and The University of Arizona. T. H. Chen is a research fellow in the Climatic Impacts Centre, funded by the Australian Department of the Environment, Sport, and Territories. We acknowledge the support by the Australian Research Council. The PILPS team acknowledges the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute for providing the Cabauw data, which are the result of a long-term boundary layer monitoring program in the Netherlands. An anonymous reviewer stimulated some of the analyses reported here. This is Climatic Impacts Centre paper 95/9.
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