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Measuring coastal and oceanic absorption coefficients of dissolved and particulate matter in the visible domain usually requires a methodology for amplifying the natural signal because conventional spectrophotometers lack the necessary sensitivity. The WET Labs ac-9 is a recently developed in...
This study addresses the retrieval of tropical open-ocean latent heating using Special Sensor Microwave Imager (SSM/I) satellite measurements. The analysis is carried out for the Tropical Ocean and Global Atmosphere Coupled Ocean––Atmosphere Response Experiment (TOGA COARE) intensive...
Radar wind profilers (RWPs) sense the mean and turbulent motion of the clear air through Doppler shifts induced along several (3––5) upward-looking beams. RWP signals, like all radars signals, are often contaminated. The contamination is clearly evident in the associated Doppler spectra, and...
The authors propose a grouped threshold method for scene identification in Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer imagery that may contain clouds, fire, smoke, or snow. The philosophy of the approach is to build modules that contain groups of spectral threshold tests that are applied...
New formulations of three-dimensional dual-Doppler wind analysis are presented. The new formulations are conceptually simple, preserve the radial nature of the wind observations, involve only one analysis step (i.e., all constraints are imposed in one functional), and are in a form in which the...
A geometric model has been developed for analyzing observed Beaufort/Chukchi Sea temperature and salinity profiles based on their geometric features. It contains four major components: (a) a nonhomogeneous mesh difference scheme for second derivatives ∂∂ 2 T ( z k )/∂∂ z 2 and ∂∂ 2 S...
The present paper is devoted to a new method for the retrieval of three-dimensional wind fields at mesoscale and convective scale from dual-beam airborne Doppler radar data corrected for a time-induced advection problem. Data are obtained from airborne or/and ground-based Doppler radar. This...
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