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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Lidar and sodar support of the state program : Tennessee plume study : data presentations /|
|Author||Uthe, Edward E.|
|Report Number||SRI Project 7659|
|Subjects||Optical radar.--Research.--Tennessee. ; Atmospheric turbulence.--Research.--Tennessee. ; Air.--Pollution.--Research.--Tennessee. ; Meteorology.--Research.--Tennessee.|
|Collation||1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps, charts ; 28 cm.|
By Edward E. Uthe, Joyce H.S. Kealoha, Norman B. Nielsen, and William B. Dyer. EPA Project Officer: Dr. Jason Ching ; Approved [by]: Warren B. Johnson, Director, Atmospheric Science Center. Prepared for: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Meteorology and Assessment Division, Research Triangle Park, N.C. "SRI Project 7659." Includes bibliographic references. "Interim Data Report." "August 1979."
The SRI International Mark IX mobile lidar system and a monostatic fixed-site sodar unit were operated by SRI during the Sulfur Transport and Transformation in the Environment (STATE) program conducted to study effluent plumes associated with coal-burning power plants (Tennessee Plume Study). Observations were made from 2 August through 28 August 1978 in the region around the power plant that is located at Cumberland City, Tennessee. This report presents collected lidar and sodar data in pictorial format to facilitate application by EPA and STATE participants. The lidar data are also available in digital format on nine-track magnetic tapes. This report was submitted in partial fulfillment of Contract 68-02-2970 by SRI International under the sponsorship of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.