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Results: Found 420 records (displaying records 101 through 125)

101. Knuth, Shelley L.; Tripoli, Gregory J. and Stearns, Charles R.. Investigating Antarctic precipitation in the Ross Island region from various observing platforms. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2005, pp.14-19. Reprint # 4449. 

102. Knuth, Shelley L.; Tripoli, Gregory J.; Thom, Jonathan E. and Weidner, George A.. The influence of blowing snow and precipitation on snow depth change across the Ross Ice Shelf and Ross Sea regions of AntarcticaJournal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume: 49, Issue: 6, 2010, pp.1306-3121. Reprint # 6254. 
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103. Knuth, Shelley L.; Tripoli, Gregory J.; Thom, Jonathan E. and Weidner, George A.. Measuring precipitation in Antarctica. Bologna, Italy, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC), Italian National Research Council (CNR), 2008, abstract. 
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104. Knuth, Shelley L.; Tripoli, Gregory J.; Thom, Jonathan E.; Weidner, George A. and Stearns, Charles R.. Estimation of snow accumulation in Antarctica using automated acoustic depth gauge measurements. Boulder, CO, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), 2007, Unpaged. Reprint # 5422. 

105. Knuth, Shelley L.; Tripoli, Gregory J.; Thom, Jonathan E.; Weidner, George A. and Stearns, Charles R.. Estimation of snow accumulation in Antarctica using automated acoustic depth gauge measurements. United States Geological Service and The National Academies, 2007. Reprint # 7156. 
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106. Kohrs, Richard A.; Lazzara, Matthew A.; Robaidek, Jerrold O.; Santek, David A. and Knuth, Shelley L.. Global satellite composites - 20 years of evolutionAtmospheric Research, Volume: 135, 2014, pp.8-34. Reprint # 7194. 

107. Kohrs, Richard A.; Robaidek, J. O.; Lazzara, M. A. and Santek, D. A.. Global satellite composites - 20 years of evolution. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2013, Abstract 3A.5. 

108. Lazaara, Matthew A.; Wang, Pao K. and Stearns, Charles R.. Observations of Antarctic fog particles. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2003, Paper 9.2. Reprint # 3547. 

109. Lazzara, M. A.; Ackerman, S. and Hilger, D. W.. Diagnosing Antarctic fog from satellite. Montreal, IAMAS, IAPSO, IACS Joint Assembly, 2009, abstract. 

110. Lazzara, M. A.; Jezek, K. C.; Scambos, T. A.; MacAyeal, D. R. and van der Veen, C. J.. On the recent calving of icebergs from the Ross Ice ShelfPolar Geography, Volume: 23, Issue: 3, 1999, pp.210-212. Reprint # 2820. 

111. Lazzara, M. A.; Weidner, G. A.; Thom, J. T.; Keller, L. M.; Knuth, S. L.; Asuma, J. V.; Tripoli, G. J. and Stearns, C. R.. Overview of the Automatic Weather Station Project. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2011. 23p. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.11.10.L1. 
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112. Lazzara, M.; Welhouse, L.; Mikolajczyk, D.; Costanza, C.; Keller, L.; Weidner, G.; Cassano, J. and Nigro, M.. Applications of a polar automatic weather station network to benefit polar numerical modeling. Potsdam, Germany, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 2015, Abstract M04p-198. 

113. Lazzara, Mathew A.; Bywaters, Kenneth W.; Santak, David; Stearns, Charles R. and Young, J. T.. An advanced Antarctic data archive and access system. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1996, pp.380-381. Reprint # 2107. 

114. Lazzara, Matthew. McIDAS Advisory Committee (MAC). Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2007, PowerPoint presentation. 
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115. Lazzara, Matthew. Picture composition: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Antarctic Meteorology ProgramMeteorological Technology International, 2010, pp.88-92. Reprint # 6844. 
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116. Lazzara, Matthew. The University of Wisconsin contribution to the Ross Island Meteorology Experiment (RIME). Columbus, OH, Ohio State University, Byrd Polar Research Center, Polar Meteorology Group, 2001, pp.18-23. 89p. Reprint # 3146. 

117. Lazzara, Matthew. A diagnostic study of Antarctic fog. Potsdam, Germany, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 2007, Abstract JMS008-906. 

118. Lazzara, Matthew. Exploring the Antarctic atmosphere. Lyndonville, VT, Lyndon State College, Student Government Associate, 2016, abstract. 

119. Lazzara, Matthew A.. Discussion topic: Antarctic observational meteorological data. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2013. Reprint # 7056. 

120. Lazzara, Matthew A.. AWS field season plans for 2013-2014 and beyond. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2013. Reprint # 7057. 

121. Lazzara, Matthew A.. Meteorological satellite status report. Melbourne, Australia, Bureau of Meteorology, Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR), 2011, unpaged. Reprint # 6580. 

122. Lazzara, Matthew A.. McIDAS Advisory Committee (MAC): Year two. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2009, PowerPoint presentation. 
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123. Lazzara, Matthew A.. A McMurdo Station, Antarctica climatology with special emphasis on fog: A report to the Antarctic community. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, Antarctic Meteorological Research Center (AMRC), 2006. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.06.06.L1. 
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124. Lazzara, Matthew A.. Antarctic meteorological satellite report for SPAWAR Systems Center Charleston, Aviation Technical Services and Engineering Division (Code 67). Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, Antarctic Meteorological Research Center, 2004. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.04.09.L1. 
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125. Lazzara, Matthew A.. McIDAS Advisory Committee (MAC) sponsored: Group discussion. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2010, PowerPoint presentation. 
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