Summary of Types of Data Collected on the University of Washington's Convair C-131A Aircraft in the Smoke, Clouds and Radiation -- Brazil (SCAR-B) Field Study from 17 August - 20 September 1995

Compiled by Peter V. Hobbs -- Principal Investigator

From 17 August to 20 September 1995, the University of Washington's (UW) Cloud and Aerosol Research Group, with its Convair C-131A research aircraft, participated in an intensive field study of smoke emissions from various types of biomass burning over a large area of Brazil. (See also the general description for a brief description of the project, its participants, and research flight objectives, plus a list of aircraft instrumentation).

An overview of the data collected:

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