2016
DOI: 10.5194/amt-2015-397-rc1
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John Cassano

Abstract: This manuscript describes boundary layer observations made by a small remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) during the BLLAST campaign. The manuscript provides a brief summary of previous RPAS use for boundary layer studies, describes the SUMO RPAS and instrumentation in detail, discusses the SUMO observational strategy and issues related to securing airspace during BLLAST, and provides examples of observations acquired with the three main flight patterns (profiles, aerial surveys, and turbulence transects)…

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