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Aerosol Effects on Clouds in the Remote Atmosphere: From the North Atlantic Ocean Surface to Cruising Altitudes of the Upper Troposphere

The lightness of water vapor, clouds, and tropical climate

Developing Passive Satellite Cloud Remote Sensing Algorithms using Collocated Observations, Numerical Simulation and Deep Learning

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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