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FWCFish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (Florida)
FWCFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (Tallahassee, FL)
FWCFamilies with Children (various locations)
FWCFirewall Configurator
FWCFirewall Client
FWCFirst Wesleyan Church (various locations)
FWCFamily Worship Center (Sioux Falls, SD)
FWCFujian White Crane (martial arts)
FWCFilament Wound Case
FWCFuture Warfare Center (US Army)
FWCFood Worker Card (various states)
FWCFoster Wheeler Corporation (Clinton, NJ)
FWCFlight Warning Computer (Airbus)
FWCFamily Winemakers of California
FWCFresh Water Cooling
FWCFlyff World Championship
FWCFashion Week Cleveland (Cleveland, OH)
FWCFull-Well Capacity (imaging devices)
FWCFly with Christ
FWCFraudulent Workers' Compensation
FWCFair-Weather Cumulus (climate)
FWCFoundation Wildlife Conservation (Belize)
FWCForwarded with Compliments
FWCFree Woman of Color (early 19th Century designation for a Negro woman who was not a slave)
FWCFriends Wilderness Center (West Virginia)
FWCFault Warning Computer
FWCFlorida Wood Council
FWCFlorida Water Coalition
FWCFleet Weather Center
FWCFormula Windsurfing Class
FWCFleet Weather Channel
FWCFixed Window Count
FWCFirmware Controllers
FWCForce Weapons Coordinator
FWCFull-Range Wavelength Converter
FWCFederal Women's Center
FWCFractal Wavelet Compression
FWCFabric Wall Covering
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Kassianov, 2008: Temporal variability of fair-weather cumulus statistics at the ACRF SGP site.
During the Barbados Aerosol Cloud Experiment (BACEX; 2010), in situ cloud observations in fair-weather cumulus clouds were made with the Center for Interdisciplinary Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Studies (CIRPAS) Twin Otter research aircraft (Jung et al.
The observational effort included characterization of the cloud, precipitation, and aerosol fields in the stratocumulus and the fair-weather cumulus regimes within the subtropical easterlies over the northern Pacific.
Years later, as I learned more about the dynamics of the atmosphere, I gained a much deeper appreciation for the complexity of the motion field associated with even so benign a weather situation as a field of fair-weather cumulus on a summer afternoon.