meeting review Report of a Workshop on Applications of New Forms of Satellite Data in Polar Low Research Erik A. Rasmussen,* John Turners and Paul F. Twitchell** Abstract which typically develop in remote, data-sparse re- gions. During the early years, the application of satel- A workshop on applications of new forms of satellite data in polar lite data was almost always limited to the use of low research was held in Hvanneyri, Iceland, 23-26 June 1992, "standard" hard copy infrared images from polar orbit- primarily to discuss the use of "not standard" satellite data such as ing satellites, mostly U.S. National Oceanic and Atmo- microwave data, TOVS profiles, and scatterometer surface wind spheric Administration (NOAA) satellites. Recently, data in polar low research. The workshop reflected that polar lows however, as reflected by the title of the workshop, the are a global phenomenon and that polar low research currently is interest has shifted to the application of other types of carried out by many groups or individuals focusing on different parts of the world. The focus at the workshop was almost equally divided satellite data, including microwave data and TIROS between Southern and Northern Hemisphere developments, and Operational Vertical Sounder
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1993
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