Report from the International Workshop on Remote Sensing in Geophysics Using Doppler Techniques* Arnaldo Brandolini,a+ Ben B. Balsley,b# Antonio Mabres,c# Ronald F. Woodman,d# Carlo Capsoni,3 Michele D'Amico,3 Warner L. Ecklund,e To r Hagfors/ Robert Harper^ Malcolm L. Heron,h Wayne K. Hocking; Markku S. Lehtinen; Jurgen Rottger,k Martin F. Sarango,d Tor n Sato,1 Richard J. Stauch,m J. M. Vaughn," Lucy R. Wyatt,0 and Dusan S. Zrnic? 1. Introduction (A. Brandolini, B. Balsley, in different application areas of Doppler remote sens- ing. Actually, Doppler remote sensing is employed in A . Mabres, R. Woodman ) a wide range of applications, from atmospheric bound- The International Workshop on Remote Sensing in ary layer sensing to wind profiling, from sea surface Geophysics Using Doppler Techniques was held on 11- sensing to radar astronomy. Such different applications 15 March 1996 in Bellagio, Italy, at the Rockefeller face different challenges, which sometimes lead to Study and Conference Center. Supported by the development of very different techniques. Rockefeller Foundation, the workshop brought to- In the organizers' opinion, a discussion of such gether a small number of expert researchers working techniques between researchers working in different application areas could be both interesting and useful. In particular, ideas
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1998
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