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Bias and Sensitivity of Boundary Layer Clouds and Surface Radiative Fluxes in MERRA-2 and Airborne Observations Over the Beaufort Sea During the ARISE Campaign

Arctic Radiation-Icebridge Sea And Ice Experiment: The Arctic Radiant Energy System during the Critical Seasonal Ice Transition

4STAR_codes: 4STAR processing codes

Star, T., et al. (2018), 4STAR_codes: 4STAR processing codes, Zenodo, doi:10.5281/zenodo.1492912.

Arctic Radiation-IceBridge Sea and Ice Experiment (ARISE): The Arctic Radiant Energy System During the Critical Seasonal Ice Transition

4STAR on C130 ready for ARISE

Night at the Museum - ARISE

Night at the Museum - ARISE

ARISE Researchers Close out Alaska Field Campaign

Data from ARISE will help scientists understand the relationship between ocean and ice surfaces and clouds and the role that relationship plays in the overall climate system. In addition, ARISE data will help researchers further improve methods of interpreting satellite data in the Arctic.

October 2, 2014 Figure 1

ARISE 10/01/14 Mission Daily Forecast

ARISE 09/30/14 Mission Daily Forecast

Tuesday September 30 weather briefing for ARISE, Fairbanks Alaska mission region

** target area of the day: calibration flights (3 potential targets: southwest, south-central, north) **

Current synoptic overview and short range forecast for next flight day Wednesday Oct. 01:


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