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Satellite remote sensing of clouds and the atmosphere IV
Includes bibliographical references and author index.
|Other titles||Remote sensing of clouds and the atmosphere IV|
|Statement||Jaqueline E. Russell, chair/editor ; sponsored by University of Florence, Department of Earth Science (Italy) ... [et al.].|
|Series||Proceedings EurOpt series, SPIE proceedings series ;, v. 3867, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3867.|
|Contributions||Russell, Jacqueline E., Università di Firenze. Dipartimento di scienze della terra., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||QC920.7 .S282 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 366 p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
|LC Control Number||2002282229|
Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere XI SUB Gottingen James R. Slusser Klaus Schdfer Results of the 50 year ground-based measurements in comparison with satellite remote sensing of two prominent dust emission sources located in Iran  SESSION 4 REMOTE SENSING OF CLOUDS H Recent field campaigns with. Satellite retrieval of AOT in visible spectrum Refractive index, Size, Shape, etc Key factors: ω, P(θ), and R sfc 4µµ 0 ωτP(θ) Rsat =Rsfc + single scattering, low R sfc .
atmospheric state (T, Q, clouds) Satellite remote sensing of the Earth-atmosphere 2. 3 Radiation and the Planck Function. Spectral Characteristics of Energy Sources and Sensing Systems 4. The atmosphere transmits, absorbs (by H2O, O2, O3, dust) reflects (by clouds), and. Remote sensing of SST. Principles of sounding by emission and applications. Oct. 30 Lab. 8 Applications of passive remote sensing using emission: Sounding of atmospheric temperature. Retrievals of SST. Nov. 4 Lecture Applications of passive remote sensing: Remote sensing of precipitation and clouds.
Satellite remote sensing tools for the detection, monitoring and quantification of volcanic emissions (e.g. sensors working in the visible, ultraviolet, infrared, and/or microwave band). Ground based remote sensing for source parameters definition (e.g., radars, LiDAR, cameras, infrasounds, in situ sampling of granulometry, new instruments, etc.). Shefer, OV & Samokhvalov, IV , Interpretation of laser sensing data based on a model of a cloud as plate crystals. in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. vol. , pp. , Satellite Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere III, Barcelona, Spain,
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Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing: Atmosphere, Ocean and Land Applications is the first reference book to cover ocean applications, atmospheric applications, and land applications of remote sensing.
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Get this from a library. Satellite remote sensing of clouds and the atmosphere IV: September,Florence, Italy. [Jaqueline E Russell; Università di Firenze. Dipartimento di scienze della terra.; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; SPIE Digital Library.;].
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SPIE VL - SP - DO - This is an excellent introduction to remote sensing of the atmosphere."--James A. Weinman, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center "An excellent overview of the remote-sensing field. The treatment is even-handed and his book is well-suited for an introductory course on the subject."--William C.
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satellite remote sensing the path properties are primarily determined by the atmosphere. The same applies for certain ground- and air-borne remote sensing instruments. Conference attendees are invited to attend the Remote Sensing poster session held on Wednesday to Posters will be on display after hrs on Monday in the conference area hallway.
Authors of poster papers will be present to answer questions concerning their papers during the Wednesday Poster Session. Because clouds are difficult to observe directly, cloud study requires methods of sensing them remotely, and such techniques are reviewed in Chapter 4.
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research on the remote sensing of clouds and precipi-tation. Satellite observing systems Understanding and quantifying the real capabilities of satellite-based cloud and precipitation observing sys-tems is a complex task.
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