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Cooperative Convective Precipitation Experiment (CCOPE)

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Identifier:  - 04-CCOPE
Scope and Contents CCOPE was a major field research experiment to study the processes that create convective clouds, rain, hail and high winds over the High Plains of the United States. The CCOPE Records document the logistics and scientific fieldwork of gathering data and studying storms from conception to completion. The collection contains administrative papers, reports, research, daily logs, and papers compiled by Dr. Patrick Squires, Director Convective Storm Division. The materials are entirely in paper...

Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET) Records

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Identifier:  - COMET
Scope and Contents The Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET) Records document the work the COMET staff between the years 1989 and 2006. The collection consists mostly of education and training materials such as course notebooks and audio-visual materials. Also included are administrative files, proposals, annual reports, correspondence, promotional materials and recorded storm footage.

Monsoon Experiment (MONEX) Records

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Identifier:  - 04-MONEX
Scope and Contents The Monsoon Experiment (MONEX) was a part of the Global Atmospheric Research Program (GARP) and coincided with the First GARP Global Experiment (FGGE) in 1979. The MONEX Records document the scientific fieldwork of gathering data and studying monsoons from conception to completion. The collection contains administrative papers, reports, research, meetings, and correspondence. The materials are almost entirely in paper format with a few transparencies.

Philip Duncan Thompson Papers

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Identifier:  - 06-PDT
Scope and Contents These papers document the career of Philip Duncan Thompson (1922-1994), whose research focused on the large-scale dynamics of the atmosphere, numerical weather prediction, and the statistical theory of hydrodynamic turbulence. The materials cover his career as a regular officer in the United States Air Force in meteorology beginning in World War II, continuing at the Institute for Advanced Study's Electronic Computer Project, the Air Force Cambridge Research Labs, the Joint Numerical Weather...