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CAMPAIGN SUMMARY INFORMATION

Campaign Details
Name: TOGA Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Response Experiment
Dates: 03 January - 04 March 1993
Location: Western Pacific Ocean & Coral Sea
Principal Investigators:
Objective: TOGA COARE is an international research program investigating
the scientific phenomena associated with the interaction between the atmosphere
and the ocean in the warm pool region of the western Pacific. The field experiment
phase of the program involved the deployment of oceanographic ships and buoys,
several ship and land based Doppler radars, multiple low and high level aircraft
also equipped with Doppler radar and other airborne sensors, and a variety of
surface based instruments for in situ observations.

Processing Information
Flights Processed: 15 of 15
Total Flight Tracks: N/A
Total Scanlines: N/A
Level-1B Version: #02
Calibration Type: Final
Calibration Version: TOGA COARE 1.0
Temperature Adjustment: N/A
Status: Level-1B Data in HDF format is available.

Spectral Information
Spectral Band Configuration

Level-1B Data Distribution
Level 1 / Atmosphere Archive and Distribution System (LAADS)
NASA Distributive Active Archive Centers (DAACs)

Related Web Sites
Official TOGA COARE Home Page
NASA Airborne Science Program

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