UM Rosenstiel School | Coastal Land-Air-Sea Interaction (CLASI)
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Coastal Land-Air-Sea Interaction (CLASI)

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About This Project

TheĀ coast marks a significant geophysical transition zone. The goal of CLASI was to use along-track ship measurements, an array of land-based stations, and satellite remote sensing images to gain a better understanding of this complicated region from both an atmospheric and oceanographic perspective. The field observations were made in Monterey Bay, California during June of 2016. The experiment spanned a range of different conditions, making for a rich data set to analyze.