Surface Mesonets of the Western United States

@inproceedings{Tucker1997SurfaceMO,
  title={Surface Mesonets of the Western United States},
  author={Donna F. Tucker},
  year={1997}
}
In recent years the western United States has gone from being a region with relatively sparse surface observations to one that has a number of mesoscale networks maintained by a variety of interests. Expanding population and increased agricultural activity have spawned a greater appreciation for meteorological measurements in this region. Yet the meteorological community is not generally aware of these data sources, and some potential research uses for the data are not realized. A survey of… CONTINUE READING

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