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The Deep Convective Clouds And Chemistry (Dc3) Field Campaign

Barth, M. C., C. A. Cantrell, W. H. Brune, S. A. Rutledge, J. Crawford, H. Huntrieser, L. D. Carey, D. MacGorman, M. Weisman, K. Pickering, E. Bruning, B. E. Anderson, E. Apel, M. Biggerstaff, T. Campos, 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. L. Ting, 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)