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Data Fusion and Algorithm Development
Calibration and Validation
Surface Observation Networks
Advanced Satellite Programs
Scientific Support for the GOES-R Mission
Scientific Support for the JPSS Mission
Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Climate Data & Information Records/Scientific Data Stewardship
Land and Hydrology
Earth System Modeling from Satellites
Education, Training, and Outreach
Environmental Decision Support Science
Results: 84 Articles found.

Advance CrIS Radiance Assimilation in GSI to Improve Forecasts of High-Impact Weather Events

An innovative double CO2 cloud detection algorithm was developed for improving CrIS data assimilation.

Research Topics: Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Task Leader: Xiaolei Zou
CICS Scientist: Xiaolei Zou
Sponsor: NESDIS STAR
Published Date: 9/25/2017

Improving Hurricane and Coastal QPFs through Direct Assimilation of GOES-R ABI Radiances in Regional Models

A new infrared-only cloud mask algorithm was developed for AHI/ABI data assimilation, which is critical when visible and near-infrared channels are not inputted to NWP systems

Research Topics: Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Task Leader: Xiaolei Zou
CICS Scientist: Xiaolei Zou
Sponsor: NESDIS STAR
Published Date: 9/25/2017

Incorporation of Near-Real-Time Suomi NPP Land Surface Temperature Data into the NCEP Land Modeling Suite

We incorporated near-real-time Suomi NPP land surface temperature data into the NCEP land modeling suite.

Research Topics: Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Task Leader: Zhen Song
CICS Scientist: Zhen Song
Sponsor: NESDIS STAR SMCD
Published Date: 9/25/2017

Water Quality Monitoring of Coastal Urban Waters Using In-Situ Chemical Measurements and Satellite Remote Sensing Data

Distinct patterns in carbon, nitrogen, and greenhouse gases extending along the urban watershed continuum to coastal zones.  Both dissolved organic and inorganic carbon concentrations increase from land to coast whereas nitrogen concentrations show the opposite pattern.  Carbon dioxide concentrations also increased along the urban watershed continuum, which suggests that it can be an important transformer of carbon and nutrients to gaseous forms via river metabolism.  More rapid changes occur along different river reaches of the urban watershed continuum, which suggests the importance of targeting restoration and management decisions based on position and location.  However, higher frequency data from remote sensing is necessary to fill in the gaps when sampling cannot occur to fully understand these spatial patterns.     

 

Research Topics: Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Task Leader: Sujay Kaushal
CICS Scientist: Sujay Kaushal
Sponsor: NESDIS STAR SOCD
Published Date: 9/25/2017

GMU Support of ARL Air Quality Work

1) GMU scientist helped develop the NOAA unified dust forecasting system; 2) GMU scientist developed a new emission data assimilation algorithm to assess the impact of the 2008 economic recession on US air quality

Research Topics: Climate Research, Data Assimilation, and Modeling
Task Leader: Daniel Tong
CICS Scientist: Daniel Tong
Sponsor: OAR ARL
Published Date: 9/25/2017
Results: 84 Articles found.
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