Chesapeake Lighthouse & Aircraft Measurements for Satellites

Project Description
Chesapeake Lighthouse and Aircraft Measurments for Satellites (CLAMS)
is a satellite validation experiment.

The primary objectives of CLAMS is to validate satellite retrievals of
aerosols, radiative flux profiles, temperature, water vapor profiles,
and sea surface temperature.

CLAMS will help us determine how to account for platform efects in the
measurement of upwelling radiation.

For more information, link to
http://www-clams.larc.nasa.gov/clams/overview.html