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Exploring the capabilities of synergistic passive and active remote sensing with a new aerosol retrieval testbed

Climate & Radiation Laboratory Seminar Series

Constraining how much the Earth’s climate will warm in response to greenhouse gas emissions is one of the primary goals of climate science. Our understanding of clouds and their interactions with their environment represent a central uncertainty in constraining climate sensitivity.

Radiative forcing is the radiative perturbation caused by a change in atmospheric composition from which all other climate changes stem. Although a fundamental metric in climate science, it has not always been clearly defined.

Cloud cover and precipitation have great significance in modulating Earth’s radiation budget and the global hydrological cycle.

In the era of information big-bang, we can easily get overwhelmed or “take a ride on the wild side”.
Carr Astronautics Corp. and Climate & Radiation Laboratory
Investigations into Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) Changes During the Afternoon-to-Evening Transition
Combining Experts and Deep Learning to Obtain Insights from NASA Data
Measuring Earth's Energy Budget from a CubeSat

The MARA System and Its Applications

Three-dimensional microwave radiative transfer for modeling sensor observations of clouds and precipitation