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Global Atmospheric Research Programme

Global Atmospheric Research Programme (acronym GARP) International project that aims to provide a comprehensive knowledge of atmospheric structure as an aid to prediction. The complex system is based on land and marine weather stations, together with upper-air soundings, satellite remote-sensing, and sensors carried by balloons.

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Global Atmospheric Research Programme

Global Atmospheric Research Programme (GARP) An international project that aims to provide a comprehensive knowledge of atmospheric structure as an aid to prediction. The complex system is based on land and marine weather stations, together with upper-air soundings, satellite remote-sensing, and sensors carried by balloons.

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"Global Atmospheric Research Programme." A Dictionary of Ecology. . Encyclopedia.com. 22 May. 2018 <http://www.encyclopedia.com>.

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