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The value of collaboration in New Zealand

Development of a Site Atmospheric State Best Estimate for Lauder temperature demonstrates the value of collaboration between NIWA and the New Zealand...

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AMT paper Carminati et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at AMTD: "Using reference radiosondes to characterise NWP model uncertainty for improved satellite...

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AMT paper Hicks-Jalali et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at AMTD: "Calibration of a Water Vapour Lidar using a Radiosonde Trajectory Method" by Hicks-Jalali...

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AMT paper Weaver et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at AMTD: "Comparison of ground-based and satellite measurements of water vapour vertical profiles...

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ACP paper Brunamonti et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at ACP:

“Balloon-borne measurements of temperature, water vapor, ozone and aerosol backscatter at...

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ESSD paper Tradowsky et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at ESSD:

“Combining Data from the Distributed GRUAN Site Lauder-Invercargill, New Zealand, to...

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AMS paper Weatherhead et al. 2017

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at AMS:

“Spatial Coverage of Monitoring Networks: A Climate Observing System Simulation Experiment...

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AMT paper Kremser et al. 2018 in review

The following GRUAN-relevant paper was published at AMTD: “Is it feasible to estimate radiosonde biases from interlaced measurements?” by Kremser et...

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AMT paper Borger et al. 2017 in review

We are pleased to inform you that your following manuscript has been published as a discussion paper in AMTD, the scientific discussion forum of AMT:...

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AMT paper Calbet et al. 2017 published

GRUAN-related paper published at AMT with title "Consistency between GRUAN sondes, LBLRTM and IASI"