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HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF CURRENT OPERATIONS, Figure A2.2. Figure A2.2.
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Global extent of station coverage for the history of the PASSCAL program, now totaling more than 3800 stations. PHOTOS. (1) Alaska. STEEP experiment. (2) La RISTRA, New Mexico. (3) Venezuela. Transporting gear the old fashioned way. (4) Tibet. Locals help with installation of a station. (5) Chile. Installing an intermediate period sensor. (6) Kenya. A short period station being serviced while local Masai look on. (7) Tiwi. Specialized enclosure for a rainy environment. (8) Mt. Erebus. An intermediate period sensor is installed directly onto the bedrock flanking the volcano.</p>

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