Known PreRIME/RIME proposals submitted in 2003


To NSF OPP in June 2003
Co PI: Charles R. Stearns (U. Wisconsin - Madison)            
Co PI: Dan Lubin (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
Co I: Shelley L. Knuth (U. Wisconsin - Madison)
Collaborative Research: Physics of Antarctic Clouds from Aircraft-Based Spectral Radiometry During RIME.
Co PI: Charles R. Stearns (U. Wisconsin - Madison)  
Co PI: Pao K. Wang  (U. Wisconsin - Madison)
Co I: Mathew A. Lazzara  (U. Wisconsin - Madison)

A Diagnostic Study of Local Fog Events in the Ross Island Region of Antarctica.
PI: Greg Tripoli (U. Wisconsin - Madison)
Co PI: Amanda Adams (U. Wisconsin - Madison)
A Numerical Investigation of the Microstructure of the Ross Ice Shelf Air Stream.
PI: Thomas R. Parish (U. Wyoming)
Co PI: John J. Cassano (U. Colorado - Boulder)
Pre-RIME Multi-platform Airborne Studies of Boundary Layer Processes over the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.
PI: Thomas R. Parish (U. Wyoming)
Co PI: Keith Hines (The Ohio State University)
Pre-RIME Studies of Cloud Microphysical and Dynamical Processes associated with Ross Sea Cyclones.
PI: Stephen Cohn (UCAR)
Co PI: James Pinto (UCAR & U. Colorado - Boulder)
Co PI: William Brown (UCAR)
Co PI: David Parsons (UCAR)

High Latitude Integrated Sounding System (ISS) Development and Deployment for Antarctic Research.

PI: James Pinto (UCAR & U. Colorado - Boulder)
Co PI: Jordan Powers (UCAR)
Co PI: Greg  Holland (Aerosonde Corp.)
Characterization and Prediction of Mesoscale Circulations Influencing Ross Island Meteorology Using Airborne Platforms and the Antarctric Mesoscale Prediction System (AMPS).
PI: P. Ola G. Persson (NOAA)
The Vertical Atmospheric Structure and its Relation to Surface Conditions on the Western Ross Ice Shelf.
To NASA in May 2003
Co PI: Charles R. Stearns (U. Wisconsin - Madison)           
Co PI: Dan Lubin (Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
Co PI: Michael A. Comberiate (NASA)
Co I:  Mathew A. Lazzara (U. Wisconsin - Madison)

Unique Real-time Geophysical Products and Applications from the Antarctic Using EOS Aqua, Terra and Other Direct Broadcast Satellites.