NOAA-NASA-Do D Workshop on Satellite Data Assimilation Ronald M. Errico,* George Ohring,+ John Derber,# and Joanna Joiner@ ABSTRACT A workshop on the assimilation of satellite sounding information using global forecast and climate models was held at College Park, Maryland, 23-25 August 1999. Topics discussed included comparisons of assimilations of satellite re- trievals versus satellite-observed radiances, planning for the use of advanced infrared sounders, the use of satellite sounding data affected by land surfaces, radiative transfer issues, and error characteristics of models and observations. The work- shop concluded with a number of general and specific recommendations to advance the state of the art of assimilation of satellite sounding data. 1 . Introduction U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- tion with additional support from the National Aero- A workshop on the assimilation of satellite obser- nautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the vations for use in global forecast and climate models Department of Defense. Organizers included R. Errico was convened at the University of Maryland Confer- (National Center for Atmospheric Research), G. Ohring ence Center in College Park, Maryland, during 23- (National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Informa- 25 August 1999. It was hosted and supported by the tion Service, NESDIS), J.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2000
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