The Coordinated Eastern Arctic Experiment (CEAREX) was a
multi-platform field program conducted in the Norwegian Seas and
Greenland north to Svalbard from September 1988 through May
1989. Canada, Denmark, France, Norway and the United States
participated in the experiment. This case study presents data from 1
Sep 1988 to 31 May 1989 and ... covers a region from 60N to 80N latitude
and from 25W to 25E longitude.
The data for this experiment is under Working Group 5 (Polar Clouds)
of the GEWEX Cloud System Study (GCSS) is to improve the
parameterization of precipitating convective cloud systems in global
climate models (GCMs) and numerical weather prediction models through
an improved physical understanding of cloud system processes.