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Leveraging spatial textures, through machine learning, to identify aerosols and distinct cloud types from multispectral observations

Identifying Chemical Aerosol Signatures using Optical Suborbital Observations: How much can optical properties tell us about composition?

Polarimetric Aerosol and Cloud Remote Sensing Inversion - AirMSPI Practice and Beyond

Planetary Boundary Layer Observations from GNSS Radio Occultation, and the Synergy of Satellite Lidar with Passive Infrared and Microwave Imagers

Abstract: NASA’s recent Earth science and technology incubation efforts have emphasized smaller, more flexible hardware platforms and improved science algorithms that can fuse information from hete

Mineral dust particles account for approximately a third of the shortwave radiation scattered and absorbed by all aerosols in the atmosphere.

Abstract: This study is the first attempt to document a simple convection tracking method based on the IMERG precipitation product to generate an IMERG-based Convection Tracking (IMERG-CT) dataset.

Climate & Radiation Laboratory Virtual Seminar Series

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Climate & Radiation Laboratory Virtual Seminar Series
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Climate & Radiation Laboratory Virtual Seminar Series 

Nathan Arnold  

Global Modeling and Assimilation Office, Code 610.1  

1:30PM 

 

The planetary boundary layer in the GEOS model: current parameterizations and future development