Clouds - Baltex Bridge Cloud campaign august-september 2001 at Cabauw

The BALTEX BRIDGE CAMPAIGN: An integrated approach for a better understanding of clouds. The BBC was performed around a central experimental facility at Cabauw, Netherlands. Cabauw was part of a regional network consisting of 10 remote sensing stations covering a region of 100 km x 100 km in the central Netherlands. Aircraft observations, satellite analysis, and atmospheric modeling were centered around Cabauw. The campaign lasted from 1 August until the end of September 2001. A Microwave Intercomparison Campaign (MICAM) at Cabauw marked the beginning of the campaign. After 2 weeks the microwave radiometers were distributed over the regional network that performed continuous cloud and radiation observations using lidar ceilometers, infrared radiometers, and pyranometers. In situ cloud and radiation measurements by three aircraft and a tethered balloon were performed in September.

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Field Value
Dataset name bbc1_campaign_cabauw_2001
Dataset version 1.1
Dataset edition 2
Dataset manager Arnoud Apituley
Maintainer KNMI Data Services
Publication timestamp 2019-11-05T12:10:48Z
Reference system identifier EPSG4326
North bound latitude 53.01
East bound longitude 6.46
South bound latitude 51.03
West bound longitude 2.9
Dataset start time 2001-08-01
Dataset end time 2001-09-30
Update frequency notPlanned
Status completed
Identifier urn:xkdc:ds:nl.knmi::bbc1_campaign_cabauw_2001/1.1/
Lineage statement data processed by campaign participants, details available from system managers
Supplemental information Results are published in BAMS: "The BALTEX Bridge Campaign: An integrated approach for a better understanding of clouds", S. Crewell et al, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-85-10-1565
Use limitation No use limitations
Last metadata update March 28, 2022, 12:43 (UTC)