The Deep Convective Clouds And Chemistry (Dc3) Field Campaign

The core information for this publication's citation.: 
Barth, M. C., C. A. Cantrell, W. H. Brune, S. A. Rutledge, J. Crawford, H. Huntrieser, L. D. Carey, D. MacGorman, M. Weisman, K. E. Pickering, E. Bruning, B. E. Anderson, E. Apel, M. Biggerstaff, T. Campos, P. Campuzano-Jost, R. C. Cohen, J. D. Crounse, D. A. Day, G. S. Diskin, F. Flocke, A. Fried, C. Garland, B. Heikes, S. Honomichl, R. S. Hornbrook, L. G. Huey, J. Jimenez-Palacios, T. Lang, M. Lichtenstern, T. Mikoviny, B. Nault, D. O'Sullivan, L. Pan, J. Peischl, I. B. Pollack, D. Richter, D. Riemer, T. B. Ryerson, H. Schlager, J. M. St. Clair, J. G. Walega, P. Weibring, A. Weinheimer, P. Wennberg, A. Wisthaler, P. J. Wooldridge, and C. Ziegler (2015), The Deep Convective Clouds And Chemistry (Dc3) Field Campaign, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 1281-1310.

DC3 brought together simultaneous measurements of storm kinematics, structure, electrical activity, and chemistry to improve our knowledge of how thunderstorms affect the chemical composition of the troposphere.

Research Program: 
Tropospheric Composition Program (TCP)