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This paper presents the results of the analysis of the spectral, global, and direct solar irradiance measurements in the visible range (400––700 nm) that were made in the framework of the first Iberian UV––visible (VIS) instruments intercomparison. The instruments used in this spectral...
The performances of the new conveyable low-noise infrared radiometer for measurements of atmosphere and ground surface targets, or CLIMAT, are presented for in situ measurements. For this, quantitative analyses were carried out on measurements performed with a prototype during various field...
A polarimetric radar covariance matrix model is described to study the behavior of the co-to-cross covariances in precipitation. The 2 ×× 2 propagation matrix with attenuation, differential attenuation, and differential phase is coupled to the backscatter matrix leading to a...
A ground network of global positioning system (GPS) receivers is a powerful source of continuous integrated precipitable water vapor (IPWV) data that can be suitable for weather prediction and climate studies. The technical features of two different GPS data analysis strategies, one for...
Bioluminescence (BL) predictability experiments (predictions of the intensity, depth, and distance offshore of the BL maximum) were conducted using an advective––diffusive tracer model with velocities and diffusivities from a fine-resolution model of the Monterey Bay, California, area. For...
The available range resolution of pulsed radar wind profilers is usually limited by bandwidth restrictions. Range imaging (RIM) has recently been developed as a means of mitigating these limitations by operating the wind profilers over a small set of distinct transmitter frequencies. A...
During June––July 1999, the NOAA R/V Ron H. Brown ( RHB ) sailed from Australia to the Republic of Nauru where the Department of Energy's Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program operates a long-term climate observing station. During July, when the RHB was in close proximity to the...
To observe fog, a 35-GHz scanning Doppler radar was designed, assembled, and tested. The radar, mounted on a flatbed vehicle for portability, transmits peak powers of 100 kW in a pulse of 0.5- µµ s width and a beamwidth of 0.3°°. Thus, a reflectivity factor Z of −−20 dB Z at a range of 10...
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