Observations from the 95 GHz W-band ARM Cloud Radar (WACR), micropulse lidar, and ceilometer have been combined using the new WACR Active Remote Sensing of Clouds (WACR-ARSCL) VAP (Kollias and Miller 2007) to produce cloud boundaries and time-height profiles of cloud location, radar moments, and linear depolarization ratio fields for ARM Mobile Facility WACR deployments.
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Primary Derived Measurements
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