Summer Snowfall Workshop: Scattering Properties of Realistic Frozen Hydrometeors from Simulations and Observations, as well as Defining a New Standard for Scattering Databases

Summer Snowfall Workshop: Scattering Properties of Realistic Frozen Hydrometeors from Simulations... SUMMER SNOWFALL WORKSHOP Scattering Proper ties of Realistic Frozen Hydrometeors from Simulations and Observations, as well as Defining a New Standard for Scattering Databases Stefan Kneifel , Jo Sé Dia S n eto , Davi De o ri , Dmitri moi SSeev , Jani t yynelä , ian S. a Dam S, KWo -Sen Kuo , r alf Bennartz , a lexi S Berne , eugene e. Clothiaux , Patri CK eri KSSon , a lan J. g eer , r yan h oneyager , Ju SSi l einonen , an D Chri Sto Pher D. WeSt Broo K he International Summer Snowfall Workshop FIRST INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SNOWFALL WORKSHOP (ISSW) is a new workshop format for the T international scientific community working on What : The workshop gathered almost 50 scientists ground- and space-based observations, retrievals, from Europe and the United States to discuss and radiative transfer related to snowfall. This new the progress toward developing electromagnetic snowfall workshop was inspired by the successful scattering databases for ice and snow particles series of International Workshops on Space-based in the microwave region, their applications, the physical approximations used to compute these Snowfall Measurements (IWSSM; Bennartz et al. scattering properties, and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Summer Snowfall Workshop: Scattering Properties of Realistic Frozen Hydrometeors from Simulations and Observations, as well as Defining a New Standard for Scattering Databases

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0208.1
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Abstract

SUMMER SNOWFALL WORKSHOP Scattering Proper ties of Realistic Frozen Hydrometeors from Simulations and Observations, as well as Defining a New Standard for Scattering Databases Stefan Kneifel , Jo Sé Dia S n eto , Davi De o ri , Dmitri moi SSeev , Jani t yynelä , ian S. a Dam S, KWo -Sen Kuo , r alf Bennartz , a lexi S Berne , eugene e. Clothiaux , Patri CK eri KSSon , a lan J. g eer , r yan h oneyager , Ju SSi l einonen , an D Chri Sto Pher D. WeSt Broo K he International Summer Snowfall Workshop FIRST INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SNOWFALL WORKSHOP (ISSW) is a new workshop format for the T international scientific community working on What : The workshop gathered almost 50 scientists ground- and space-based observations, retrievals, from Europe and the United States to discuss and radiative transfer related to snowfall. This new the progress toward developing electromagnetic snowfall workshop was inspired by the successful scattering databases for ice and snow particles series of International Workshops on Space-based in the microwave region, their applications, the physical approximations used to compute these Snowfall Measurements (IWSSM; Bennartz et al. scattering properties, and

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 3, 2018

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