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Volker Wulfmeyer, Andreas Behrendt, Christoph Kottmeier, Ulrich Corsmeier, Christian Barthlott, George C. Craig, Martin Hagen, Dietrich Althausen, Fumiko Aoshima, Marco Arpagaus, Hans-Stefan Bauer, Lindsay Bennett, Alan Blyth, Christine Brandau, Cédric Champollion, Susanne Crewell, Galina Dick, Paolo Di Girolamo, Manfred Dorninger, Yann Dufournet, Rafael Eigenmann, Ronny Engelmann, Cyrille Flamant, Thomas Foken, Theresa Gorgas, Matthias Grzeschik, Jan Handwerker, Christian Hauck, Hartmut Höller, Wolfgang Junkermann, Norbert Kalthoff, Christoph Kiemle, Stefan Klink, Marianne König, Liane Krauss, Charles N. Long, Fabio Madonna, Stephen Mobbs, Bruno Neininger, Sandip Pal, Gerhard Peters, Grégoire Pigeon, Evelyne Richard, Mathias W. Rotach, Herman Russchenberg, Thomas Schwitalla, Victoria Smith, Reinhold Steinacker, Jörg Trentmann, David D. Turner, Joel van Baelen, Siegfried Vogt, Hans Volkert, Tammy Weckwerth, Heini Wernli, Andreas Wieser and Martin Wirth The Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study (COPS): the scientific strategy, the field phase, and research highlights Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137

Article first published online: 11 FEB 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/qj.752

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