The Atmospheric Profiling Group (APG) deployed an ISS (Integrated Sounding System) to Meteor Crater, Arizona, for the METCRAX-II field campaign in the fall of 2013. The system included our 449 MHz modular wind profiler radar, a GAUS radiosonde sounding system, a sodar-RASS, a mini-Doppler wind lidar, and one 12m meteorological tower. A large range of other instrumentation was also being deployed in the same area by a variety of other groups. The project is lead by Prof Dave Whiteman and colleagues from the University of Utah and Arizona State University.
- Summary plots from the ISS1 site : 449 MHz wind profiler, lidar, 12 meter surface met tower
- Summary plots from the ISS2/GAUS site : soundings, sodar-RASS, ceilometer, all-sky camera, 12 meter surface met tower
- 449 MHz radar wind profiler plot page
- Sodar-RASS plot page
- ISS Logbook wiki blog
ISS data and other data sets can be download at the EOL Field Data Archive
APG ISS science and data contact: firstname.lastname@example.org