The 1981 CCOPE (Coopertative Convective Precipitation Experiment) field study in Montana involved an unprecedented array of sophisticated remote-sensing and direct in situ measurement systems. In particular, this experiment provided a unique data set for the examination of multi-parameter radar techniques involving both multi-wavelength and multi-polarization measurements. This presentation discussed some of the general features of the CCOPE dual-wavelength and dual-polarization (Z//D//R) fields, and shows several examples of the preliminary analysis products. Most of the results shown will be from the August 2 mature storm case. Refs.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||2|
|State||Published - 1983|
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