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"We describe a method of simulating measurements of atmospheric radiances and brightness temperatures in wide-bank window channels (at 11 and 3.7 [micro]m) of satellite radiometers. As input the simulation takes vertical profiles of atmospheric temperature and water-vapor mixing ratio, as well as the spectral response functions of the window channels. It models the atmospheric transmittances and integrates the equation of radiative transfer. We demonstrate the use of the method with applications to the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer on the TIROS-N satellite."--p.1.

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Calculation of atmospheric radiances and brightness temperatures in infrared window channels of satellite radiometers
1980, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Environmental Satellite Service
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Calculation of atmospheric radiances and brightness temperatures in infrared window channels of satellite radiometers

This edition was published in by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Environmental Satellite Service in Washington, D.C.


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"We describe a method of simulating measurements of atmospheric radiances and brightness temperatures in wide-bank window channels (at 11 and 3.7 [micro]m) of satellite radiometers. As input the simulation takes vertical profiles of atmospheric temperature and water-vapor mixing ratio, as well as the spectral response functions of the window channels. It models the atmospheric transmittances and integrates the equation of radiative transfer. We demonstrate the use of the method with applications to the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer on the TIROS-N satellite."--p.1.

Edition Notes

"March 1980"

"NOAA--S/T 80-100"

Includes bibliographical references (p. 16-18).

Series
NOAA technical report NESS -- 80, NOAA technical report NESS -- 80.
Other Titles
Atmospheric radiances and brightness temperatures.

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Library of Congress
QC879.5 .U45 no.80

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OL25508824M
Internet Archive
calculationofatm00wein
OCLC/WorldCat
6494325

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