A meteorological overview of the MILAGRO field campaigns

@inproceedings{Fast2006AMO,
  title={A meteorological overview of the MILAGRO field campaigns},
  author={Jerome D. Fast and Benjamin de Foy and F. Acevedo Rosas and Ernesto Caetano and Gregory R. Carmichael and Louisa Emmons and D.-S. McKenna and Mona Mena and William C. Skamarock and Xuexi Tie and Richard L. Coulter and James C. Barnard and Christine Wiedinmyer and Sasha Madronich},
  year={2006}
}
We describe the large-scale meteorological conditions that affected atmospheric chemistry over Mexico during March 2006 when several field campaigns were conducted in the region. In-situ and remote-sensing instrumentation was deployed to obtain measurements of wind, temperature, and humidity profiles in the boundary layer and free atmosphere at four primary sampling sites in central Mexico. Several models were run operationally during the field campaign to provide forecasts of the local… CONTINUE READING

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