KONTROL 1984 - First Experiment on Convection and Turbulence over the North Sea

doi:10.1594/WDCC/UNI_HH_MI_KONTROL1984

Hoeber, Heinrich et al.

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Summary
KONTROL 1984 is part of research activities focused on organized convection phenomena as they are often manifested in organized cloud patterns like the well-known boundary layer cloud streets or open and closed cellular cloud structures.

The experimental part of the investigations began with the experiment KonTur (Konvektion and Turbulenz) in September and October 1981. It continued with the experiments KONTROL in August 1984 and KONTROL in October 1985. All experiments took place over the German Bight in the southeastern part of the North Sea.

The experimental concept based on the use of two fixed stations performing continuous aerological and surface observations and two aircraft conducting detailed observations during special periods. The stations were the research vessel Valdivia and the research platform NORDSEE (54°42'N, 7°10'E). The aircraft were a FALCON-20 of DFVLR and a DO-28 Skyservant of the TU Braunschweig.
Project
UNI_HH_MI_fielddata (Field Data of the Meteorological Institute, University of Hamburg)
Contact
Dr. Gerd Müller (
 gerd.mueller@nullzmaw.de
)
Location(s)
North Sea
Spatial Coverage
Longitude 5 to 9 Latitude 53 to 56
Temporal Coverage
1984-08-06 to 1984-08-24 (calendrical)
Use constraints
For scientific use only
Data Catalog
World Data Center for Climate
Size
1.72 MiB (1802240 Byte)
Format
tar-File(s)
Status
completely archived
Creation Date
Cite as
Hoeber, Heinrich; Kruspe, Gottfried; Brümmer, Burghard; Wetzel, Christian (2012). KONTROL 1984 - First Experiment on Convection and Turbulence over the North Sea: radiosoundings at the research vessel Valdivia. World Data Center for Climate (WDCC) at DKRZ. https://doi.org/10.1594/WDCC/UNI_HH_MI_KONTROL1984

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[Entry acronym: UNI_HH_MI_KONTROL1984] [Entry id: 2250990]
Description
observation: Level2c
All presented data is observational. Accuracy and precision are dependent on sensors and platforms. Details to sensor types, error sources and quality checking are given in Additional Information accompanying each dataset.;All datasets passed several quality checks. Quality control took place during the field phase; data were controlled during their use for research and and again before publishing.
Data were processed with objective algorithms (e.g. to reject values out of range) and were controlled subjectively by experienced researchers. The processing is described in detail in the documentation of each dataset.
Description
Data acquisition is completed.
Result Date
2012-03-22
Description
1. Number of data sets is correct and > 0: passed;
2. Size of every data set is > 0: passed;
3. The data sets and corresponding metadata are accessible: passed;
4. The data sizes are controlled and correct: passed;
6. The format is correct: passed;
7. Variable description and data are consistent: passed
Method
WDCC-TQA checklist
Method Description
Checks performed by WDCC. The list of TQA metrics are documented in the 'WDCC User Guide for Data Publication' Chapter 8.1.1
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Result Date
2012-03-28
Contact typePersonORCIDInstitute
Contact Dr. Gerd Müller-University of Hamburg (MI)
Author Heinrich Hoeber-University of Hamburg (MI)
Author Gottfried Kruspe-Max-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
Author Prof. Dr. Burghard Brümmer-University of Hamburg (MI)
Author Christian Wetzel-University of Hamburg (MI)
Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Burghard Brümmer-University of Hamburg (MI)
Originator Dr. Gerd Müller-University of Hamburg (MI)
Technical Gottfried Kruspe-University of Hamburg (MI)
Contributor --Max-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie
Contributor --University of Hamburg (MI)
Metadata Christian Wetzel-University of Hamburg (MI)

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