A Guide to Making Climate Quality Meteorological and Flux Measurements at Sea
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Pages44pp. & appendices
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The body of this handbook describes in detail the factors to be considered in equipping a vessel to obtain climate-quality meteorological and flux data. It discusses the nature of the basic quantities to be measured, the relevant instruments, and special considerations because the measuring site is a ship at sea. This Summary is a practical reference for the benefit of the scientist or technician assigned the task of installing and maintaining a package of instruments on a ship, without needing too much detail or rationale. It follows roughly the order of the various procedures involved......
PublisherNOAA, Earth System Research Laboratory, Physical Sciences Division
Series;NrNOAA Technical Memorandum;OAR PSD-311
CitationBradley, F. and Farall. C. (2007) A Guide to Making Climate Quality Meteorological and Flux Measurements at Sea. Boulder, CO, NOAA, Earth System Research Laboratory, Physical Sciences Division, 44pp. & appendices. (NOAA Technical Memorandum OAR PSD-311). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1353