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October 2000 Urban Field Experiments in Salt Lake City
|An enhanced lidar ceilometer was operated in order to provide continuous and detailed boundary layer information.
|Sodar on Federal Building.
|The Aerovironment model 4000 Mini-SODAR was installed on the roof of the Bennett Feceral Building, located at 110 South, 50 East.
|Surface met at Raging Waters
|Surface meteorological observations taken on a 10-m tower at the Raging Waters complex.
|Upper-air meteorological data acquired by a Doppler sodar at the Raging Waters complex.
|Upper air at Raging Waters
|Upper-air meteorological data acquired by a Radian 915-MHz phased-array radar wind profiler at the Raging Waters complex.
|Ten portable meteorological stations (PWIDS) were fielded for the test. Collected were one-minute averages of wind speed, wind direction, temperature, and humidity.
|Ambient temperatue at 54 locations.
|Eleven surface stations
|Eleven surface meteorological stations.
|Several meteorological sensors were mounted on a telescoping lift located on 500 South between 200 and 300 East