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CASPER: Coupled Air-Sea Processes and Electromagnetic Ducting Research

TitleCASPER: Coupled Air-Sea Processes and Electromagnetic Ducting Research
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsWang Q., Alappppattu D.P, Billingsley S., Blomquist B., Burkholder R.J, Christman A.J, Creegan E.D, de Paolo T., Eleuterio D.P, Fernando H.JS, Franklin K.B, Grachev A.A, Haack T., Hanley T.R, Hocut C.M, Holt T.R, Horgan K., Jonsssson H.H, Hale R.A, Kalogiros J.A, Khelif D., Leo L.S, Lind R.J, Lozovatsky I., Planella-Morato J., Mukherjee S., Nussss W.A, Pozderac J., Rogers L.T, Savelyev I., Savidge D.K, Shearman R.K, Shen L., Terrill E, Ulate A.M, Wendt R.T, Wissss R., Woodsds R.K, Xu L.Y, Yamaguchi R.T, Yardim C
JournalBulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Date Published2018/07
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0003-0007
Accession NumberWOS:000439442900011
Keywordsatlantic bight; atmospheric surface-layer; boundary-layer; equation; evaporation duct; gulf-stream; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences; parabolic; propagation; temperature; troposphere; wind

The objective of CASPER is to improve our capability to characterize the propagation of radio frequency (RF) signals through the marine atmosphere with coordinated efforts in data collection, data analyses, and modeling of the air-sea interaction processes, refractive environment, and RF propagation.

Short TitleBull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc.
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