2 edition of Ground-based radiometric observations of cloud liquid in the Sierra Nevada found in the catalog.
Ground-based radiometric observations of cloud liquid in the Sierra Nevada
J. B. Snider
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories in Boulder, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||J.B. Snider, D.C. Hogg.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum ERL WPL -- 72|
|Contributions||Hogg, D. C., Wave Propagation Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
reaching the ground with respect to the cloud type cannot be determined, even though this is essential for cloud-radiation studies. Nowadays ground-based imaging devices are commonly used to support satellite studies (Cazorla et al., ; Feister and Shields, ; Sakellariou et al., ). One of the bestCited by: GROUND-BASED CLOUD OBSERVATION FOR SATELLITE-BASED CLOUD DISCRIMINATION AND ITS VALIDATION M. Yamashita a, M. Yoshimura b a Survey College of Kinki, Yata, Higashi-sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, , Japan –[email protected] b PASCO Corporation, Research and Development Center, Higashiyama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, , Japan – Cited by: 2.
The field experiment was conducted over the Sierra Madre and Medicine Bow mountains in early and , respectively, in the context of the Wyoming Weather Modification Pilot Project. The campaign was supported by a network of ground-based instruments, including a microwave radiometer, two profiling Ka-band Micro-Rain Radars (MRRs), a. processing application to Nebula Cloud Giovanni is a Web-based application which offer online visualization and analysis of vast amounts of Earth science data. The Giovanni MAPSS (Multi-sensor Aerosol Products Sampling System) portal focuses on visualizing aerosol relationships among ground-based data and satellite data.
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Get this from a library. Ground-based radiometric observations of cloud liquid in the Sierra Nevada. [J B Snider; D C Hogg; Wave Propagation Laboratory,].
 This paper investigates the influence of cloud model statistics on the accuracy of statistical multiple‐frequency liquid water path (LWP) retrievals for a ground‐based microwave radiometer.
Statistical algorithms were developed from a radiosonde data set in which clouds were modeled by using a relative humidity threshold and a modified adiabatic assumption. Accuracy of cloud liquid water path from ground-based microwave radiometry 1.
Dependency on cloud model statistics Ulrich Lo¨hnert and Susanne Crewell Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany Received 6 March ; revised 18 June ; accepted 21 August ; published 7 Cited by: Accuracy of cloud liquid water path from ground-based microwave radiometry 2.
Sensor accuracy and synergy Susanne Crewell and Ulrich Lo¨hnert Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany Received 4 March ; revised 18 June ; accepted 20 August ; published 7.
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During Water Yearthe Desert Research Institute conducted: a) an operational ground-based cloud seeding program focused on the Central Sierra/Tahoe-Truckee Basin and b) a combined aircraft-ground cloud seeding research program focused south of the Tahoe-Truckee program in the Walker River Basin.
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The disad-vantages are that reconstruction can only be calculated retroactively after snow disappears, that it is only valid for the melt season, that persistent cloud cover can obscure the snow’s date of disappearance, andCited by: The Evaluation of CloudSat and CALIPSO Ice Microphysical Products Using Ground-Based Cloud Radar and Lidar Observations A.
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Heggli, M. R., and R. M. Rauber, The characteristics and evolution of supercooled water in wintertime storms over the Sierra Nevada: A summary of microwave radiometric measurements taken during the Sierra Cooperative Pilot Project.Combining ground-based microwave radiometer and the AROME convective scale model through 1DVAR retrievals in complex terrain: an Alpine valley case study Pauline Martinet1, Domenico Cimini2, Francesco De Angelis3, Guylaine Canut1, Vinciane Unger1, Remi Guillot1, Diane Tzanos1, and Alexandre Paci1 1CNRM UMRMeteo France/CNRS, Toulouse, France.
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