The purpose of the CASES site is to provide a long-term facility for scientists to study the mesoscale processes of meteorology, hydrology, climate, chemistry, ecology and their complex linkages, and to serve as a focal point to provide field experience for students of the natural sciences.
The CASES program in fall 1999 focused on exchanges in the soil/biosphere/atmospher interface, specifically those during statically stable, and therefore primarily nocturnal, atmospheric conditions.
|ATD-supported research:||Blumen (CU) et al. - ISS, GLASS, ISFF, (Facility Request)|
Integrated Surface Flux Facility (ISFF) Report|
Integrated Sounding System (ISS) Plots
GPS/Loran Atmospheric Sounding System (GLASS) Data Report
Argonne National Laboratory ABLE|
Colorado Research Associates
UCAR JOSS/EOL CASES99 archive
NCAR MMM CASES99 page