All TOGA COARE data is available via the the TOGA COARE Data
Link to: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/coare/
TOGA COARE was a multidisciplinary, international research effort that
investigated the scientific phenomena associated with the interaction
between the atmosphere and the ocean in the warm ... pool region of the
western Pacific. The field experiment phase of the program took place
from 1 November 1992 through 28 February 1993 and involved the
deployment of oceanographic ships and buoys, several ship and land
based Doppler radars, multiple low and high level aircraft equipped
with Doppler radar and other airborne sensors, as well as a variety of
surface based instruments for in situ observations.
During the four-month field phase of TOGA COARE, the NCAR Electra
operated out of Honiara in the Solomon Islands conducting 32 flights
with a total of 204 hours.
Flight Number Date
An extensive "Project Documentation Summary TOGA-COARE, RAF Project
NO. 3-817, 16 November 1992 to 18 February 1993, Carlson et al" is
available upon request from the TOGA COARE International Project
Office together with a tape of processed in-situ data. Both, raw and
processed data tapes are also backed up on the NCAR Mass Storage
system (MSS) which has proven to be a reliable archive.