Cumulus convection and its interaction with larger scales of motion
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The data reduction procedures used on the observations obtained from the ESSA Research Flight Facility aircraft during the Stormfury 1965 operation is described. The results to be obtained eventually are cloud liquid water content, volume median drop size, turbulent vertical velocity, and buoyancy fluctuations in cloud passes made by the aircraft.
Originally issued as Reference No. 66-49, series later renamed WHOI-
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Malkus, Joanne Starr (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1954-08)Downdrafts, exhibiting speeds and mass transports comparable to those of the main updrafts, are a common feature of the cumulus clouds studied by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's FBI aircraft in the trade-wind region. ...
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Levine, Joseph (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1966-09)An outline of work done at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution with National Science Foundation support since 1963 on cumulus convection as related to larger scale atmospheric motions is given. In addition a ...