79th Annual Meeting Short Courses Wyndham Anatole Hotel

79th Annual Meeting Short Courses Wyndham Anatole Hotel 79th Annual Meeting Short Courses Wyndham Anatole Hotel Short Course on Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program as a Resource fo r Meteorologica l Investigations (ARMI) To describe key measurements that are made at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (ARM) South- Goal: ern Great Plains (SGP) facility. To illustrate the utility of SGP observations through examples of their application in research, including modeling and the validation of satellite data. To guide the scientific user through the ARM data system. Faculty: Thomas P. Charlock, Henry E. Revercomb, Gerald G. Mace, Warren J. Wiscombe, Richard T. Cederwall, Ted S. Cress Audience: Researchers and graduate students interested in comprehensive observations of water vapor, aerosols, clouds, and radiation made with an intensive, long-term, ground-based remote sensing network. Syllabus • Remote sensing of the vertical profile of humidity includes: • Optical properties of atmospheric aerosols • Macro- and microphysical properties of clouds • Radiative transfer theory and measurements • Comparisons of ground-based sensing with satellites and in situ measurements Also • Course notes provided: • Hands on tutorials of data systems • Luncheon, with instructors distributed one per each round table for discussions. Short Course on Weather and Climate Visualizations Goal: To provide a focus http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-79.9.1992
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79th Annual Meeting Short Courses Wyndham Anatole Hotel Short Course on Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program as a Resource fo r Meteorologica l Investigations (ARMI) To describe key measurements that are made at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (ARM) South- Goal: ern Great Plains (SGP) facility. To illustrate the utility of SGP observations through examples of their application in research, including modeling and the validation of satellite data. To guide the scientific user through the ARM data system. Faculty: Thomas P. Charlock, Henry E. Revercomb, Gerald G. Mace, Warren J. Wiscombe, Richard T. Cederwall, Ted S. Cress Audience: Researchers and graduate students interested in comprehensive observations of water vapor, aerosols, clouds, and radiation made with an intensive, long-term, ground-based remote sensing network. Syllabus • Remote sensing of the vertical profile of humidity includes: • Optical properties of atmospheric aerosols • Macro- and microphysical properties of clouds • Radiative transfer theory and measurements • Comparisons of ground-based sensing with satellites and in situ measurements Also • Course notes provided: • Hands on tutorials of data systems • Luncheon, with instructors distributed one per each round table for discussions. Short Course on Weather and Climate Visualizations Goal: To provide a focus

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 1, 1998

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