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Significant Paper: A Balloonborne Particle Size, Imaging, and Velocity Probe for in Situ Microphysical Measurements.

Significant Paper: A Balloonborne Particle Size, Imaging, and Velocity Probe for in Situ Microphysical Measurements.

A Balloonborne Particle Size, Imaging, and Velocity Probe for in Situ Microphysical Measurements. Authors: Waugh, S.M., Ziegler, C.L., MacGorman, D.R., Fredrickson, S.E., Kennedy, D.W., Rust, W.D.  Journal: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology Publication…

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Significant Paper: The Impact of Range Oversampling Processing on Tornado Velocity Signatures Obtained from WSR-88D Super-Resolution Data.

Significant Paper: The Impact of Range Oversampling Processing on Tornado Velocity Signatures Obtained from WSR-88D Super-Resolution Data.

The Impact of Range Oversampling Processing on Tornado Velocity Signatures Obtained from WSR-88D Super-Resolution Data.  Authors: Torrres, S.M. and Curtis, C.D. Journal: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology Publication Date: Online 7/28/15  Important…

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Significant Paper: 31 May 2013 El Reno Tornadoes: Advantages of Rapid-scan Phased Array Radar Data from a Warning Forecaster’s Perspective

Significant Paper: 31 May 2013 El Reno Tornadoes: Advantages of Rapid-scan Phased Array Radar Data from a Warning Forecaster's Perspective

31 May 2013 El Reno Tornadoes: Advantages of Rapid-scan Phased Array Radar Data from a Warning Forecaster’s Perspective. Authors: Kuster, C.M., Heinselman, P.L., Austin, M. Journal: Weather and Forecasting  Publication Date: Online 6/12/15 Important conclusions:  Researchers collaborated…

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Significant Paper: Automated Detection of Polarimeteric Tornadic Debris Signatures using A Hydrometeor Classification Algorithm

Significant Paper: Automated Detection of Polarimeteric Tornadic Debris Signatures using A Hydrometeor Classification Algorithm

Automated Detection of Polarimeteric Tornadic Debris Signatures using A Hydrometeor Classification Algorithm Journal: Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology Publication Date: Online 7/2/2015 Authors: Snyder, Jeffrey C., Ryzhkov, Alexander. Important conclusions:  Since debris lofted by…

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Scientists gather to talk about using Unmanned Aerial Systems for weather research

UAS Scottsbluff, NE

NSSL scientists will participate in the annual meeting of the International Society on Atmospheric Research using Remotely-piloted Aircraft (ISARRA) in Norman, Oklahoma, May 20 to 22 to share knowledge about using these aircraft systems to observe and monitor the atmosphere.

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