E)l© £dit Search Navigate ^notations Bookmarks Window Heip Cas e 5 Sunglint Effects in Area s 2C-14. DMSP VHR Low Enhancement. 1017 GMT. 17 August Volume 1, Techniques and Applications of Image Analysis Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Section 2 Case 5: Sunglint Effects in Areas Downstream from Islands The reduced sea state in the lee of islands has an impact on the reflectivity measured by the DMSP Hurricane VHR sensor in sunglint areas. Fig. Celeste 2C-14 displays island barrier effects in the lee of the Hawaiian Islands at 1017 GMT on 17 August 1972. In this example, Hurricane Celeste can be seen southeast of the islands. An enlarged view of the Hawaiian Island area (Fig. ALDEN. Your Link To WAFS Access WAFS With Alden Technology The World Area Forecast System (WAFS ), sponsored by ICAO, is a satellite communications system designed to provide the aviation community with essential meteorological information. WAFS products include Gridded global wind and temperature data in GRIB format, selected Significant Weather (SIGWX) charts in T4 facsimile code and Text data (OPMET). Alden's WAFS terminal provides easy to use display and analysis tools that: Aldens WAFS terminal was selected by the U.S. • Display and
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Published: Aug 1, 1997
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