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Vertical resolution of temperature profiles for high resolution infrared radiation sounder (HIRS)
Y. M. Chen
by NOAA, National Environmental Satellite Service : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||Y. M. Chen, H. M. Woolf, W. L. Smith.|
|Series||NOAA technical report NESS ; 67|
|Contributions||Woolf, H. M., Smith, William L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
high-resolution vertical profiles of temperature, wind speed, and turbulence intensity (Balsley, et al., ). Analysis of these nighttime profiles can provide considerable insight into the relationship between the top of the mixing layer height (MH), the height of zero-wind shear, and the height of maximum potential temperature gradient. Here weAuthor: Ben B. Balsley. possible to measure the spectrum of upwelling infrared radiance needed for temperature and humidity sounding ( to pm) with high spectral resolution (X/AX > ) and high radiometric precision .
research product from the High‐resolution Infrared Radia-tion Sounder (HIRS) has also been derived [Ruston et al., ], but with a coarser spatial resolution. A monthly global database [Seemann et al., ] has been developed based on the MODIS emissivity product and hyperspectral IR emissivity measurements from laboratory measurements. The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) is a polar-orbiting nadir-viewing high-resolution infrared sounder operating in a cross-track-scanning mode (Aumann et al., ; ). It was launched onboard the EOS Aqua satellite in May , with two operational microwave sounders, AMSU (Advanced MicroWave Sounder) and HSB.
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Vertical resolution of temperature profiles for high resolution infrared radiation sounder (HIRS). Washington: NOAA, National Environmental Satellite Service:.
L3Harris’ high-resolution infrared radiation sounder (HIRS) instrument has been internationally recognized as the operational sounder for global weather data since HIRS collects global data on a daily basis for a variety of land, ocean, and atmospheric applications.
High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/3) is a distinct stepping, line-scan instrument designed to measure scene radiance in 20 spectral bands to permit the calculation of the vertical temperature profile from Earth's surface to about 40 km. HIRS/3 (High Resolution Infrared Sounder): HIRS/3 was developed by ITT Aerospace/CD (Communications Division) of Fort Wayne, IN.
The High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/3) is a distinct stepping, line-scan instrument designed to measure scene radiance in 20 spectral bands to permit the calculation of the vertical temperature profile from Earth's surface to about 40 km. A high spectral infrared atmospheric sounder (HIRAS) that was designed and manufactured completely by China will be carried onboard FY-3D and it is a sign of new age of infrared high spectral.
Utilizing the NCEP global temperature reanalysis data in January and July from tothe retrievabilities obtained with the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) and the High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder/3 (HIRS/3) sounding channel data are derived respectively for each standard pressure level on a global : Huang Jing (黄静), Qiu Chongjian (邱崇践), Ma Gang (马刚), Zhang Yanwu (张艳武).
The new series of GOES will not have an infrared (IR) sounder dedicated to acquiring high-vertical-resolution atmospheric temperature and humidity profiles. High-spectral-resolution sensors have a. Cite this paper as: Smith W.L., Revercomb H.E., Huang HL., Knuteson R.O.
() Vertical Sounding Capabilities With High Spectral Resolution Atmospheric Radiation Measurements-A Demonstration with the High resolution Interferometer Sounder (HIS).Cited by: 4. The High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) is an operational atmospheric sounding instrument that has been carried on NOAA polar orbiting satellite series for more than two decades.
It is a traditional cross-track line scanning radiometer that measures scene radiance in the infrared and visible spectrum. Among the twenty spectral File Size: 71KB.
More recently, instruments have been developed to measure the full infrared spectrum at high resolution: 1 cm −1 for AIRS (grating spectrometer), cm −1 for IASI (interferometer), and cm −1 for TES (interferometer, in nadir viewing mode). As illustrated in Figure 7, the weighting functions associated with these narrower channels are not significantly different in shape to those of.
This study builds upon a framework to develop a climate data record of temperature and humidity profiles from high-resolution infrared radiation sounder (HIRS) clear-sky measurements. The resultant time series is a unique, long-term dataset (–). Vertical resolution of temperature profiles obtained from remote radiation measurements Vertical resolution of temperature profiles obtained from remote radiation measurements by Conrath, B.
the intrinsic vertical resolution ranges from approximately locale scale height (l.s.h.) in the lower troposphere to greater than 2 l.s.h. A high-resolution radiation pyrometer, designed at the NASA-Lewis Research Center, was tested on an operating turbine engine.
temperature profiles of the viewed surface of several turbine blades on this engine at tip speeds up to meters per second ( ft/sec).Cited by: 3. high frequency end of the thermal infrared, in particular in the CA band of CO2 and the Cband of H2 0.
The means discussed for solving the second problem will be supplementary scanning with high area resolution. THE PROBLEM OF VERTICAL RESOLUTION The relevance of measurements at high frequency lies in the fact.
The atmospheric infrared sounder (AIRS) is one of six instruments flying on board NASA's Aqua satellite, launched on May 4, The instrument is designed to support climate research and improve weather forecasting.
Working in combination with its partner microwave instrument, the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit (AMSU-A), AIRS observes the global water and energy cycles, climate variation. Ultra high spectral resolution sounding measurements are now being obtained from the Aqua satellite Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) fulfilling the dream of obtaining high vertical resolution temperature and moisture profiles remotely from space.
The AIRS was proposed as aFile Size: 6MB. Sounder The Sounder is a channel discrete-filter radiometer that senses specific data parameters for atmospheric vertical temperature and moisture profiles, surface and cloud top temperature, and ozone distribution.
As in the Imager, the Sounder is capable of providing full. Vertical sounding capabilities with high spectral resolution atmospheric radiation measurements. A demonstration with the High resolution Interferometer Sounder (HIS).- 3 Next generation IR sounders and cloud field analysis.- Determination of temperature and moisture profiles in.
The 20 channel High resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder-2 (HIRS/2) and the four channel Microwave Sounding Unit (MSU) aboard the NOAA series of Polar Orbiting Satellites were used to produce global fields of the 3-dimensional temperature-moisture structure of the Size: 7MB.
Radiance data from the High-Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) have been used routinely in both direct radiance assimilation for numerical weather prediction and climate change detection by: 9.
NASA Atmospheric InfraRed Sounder (AIRS) [Aumann et al., ], launched in May ofis the first high spectral resolution infrared sounder with nearly complete global coverage on a daily basis. High spectral resolution in the infrared provides sensitivity to nearly all climate forcings, responses and feedbacks.
The AIRS radiances are.Satellite temperature measurements are inferences of the temperature of the atmosphere at various altitudes as well as sea and land surface temperatures obtained from radiometric measurements by measurements can be used to locate weather fronts, monitor the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, determine the strength of tropical cyclones, study urban heat islands and monitor the.resolution of around 1cm−1.
It is unique amongst this type of sounder as it is a grating spectrometer rather than an interferometer. The Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer, IASI, (Chalon et al., ) is an infrared Fourier transform spectrometer which was ﬁrst launched on .