Data-Enabled Field Experiment Planning, Management, and Research Using Cyberinfrastructure
In the spring of 2013, NASA conducted a field campaign known as Iowa Flood Studies (IFloodS) as part of the Ground Validation (GV) program for the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission. The purpose of IFloodS was to enhance the understanding of flood-related, space-based observations of precipitation processes in events that transpire worldwide. NASA used a number of scientific instruments such as ground-based weather radars, rain and soil moisture gauges, stream gauges, and disdrometers to monitor rainfall events in Iowa.
Demir, I., Conover, H., Krajewski, W., Seo, B., Goska, R., He, Y., McEniry, M.F., Graves, S.J., Peterson, W., ‘Data Enabled Field Experiment Planning, Management, and Research using Cyberinfrastructure’, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 3, 1155-1170, 2015.