Adjustment of microwave spectral radiances of the earth to a fixed angle of propagation
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 40 pages
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3~o test AMSU AMSU-A angles of view Appendix April average Beam position Ch best-fit mean deviations channel and beam Channel Ch channel coefficients cloud coefficients Beam position coefficients for SSM/T compute coefficients Beam Const correlations data samples deviations of fit distributions emissivity Environmental Data Development errors of estimate estimated errors F8 and F9 F9 satellite F9 spacecraft Figure fit degrees Global limb adjustments histograms increased noise Information Service Infrared KcElroy and Stanley latitudinal means least squares limb darkening limb-adjusted radiance temperatures limb-adjustment algorithm Limb-adjustment coefficients matrix Microwave Sounder N0AA nadir direction National Environmental Satellite NESDIS noise in Channel noise values Numbers of data ocean percent Planck radiance Polar Platform position 3 Channel satellite F9 sets of measurements seven beam positions seven channels SPECTRAL RADIANCES SSM/T channels standard deviations stratosphere Technical Reports three surface types troposphere updating viewing angle weighting functions zenith angle zonal flow