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  • Ostuni 2006: Remote Sensing Seminar
    Location Agenda html OR pdf Lecturers Participants Documentation Labs Data Software Useful Links Lectures Pictures Sponsoring Institutes RSS home page

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/rss/Ostuni2006/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Krakow 2006: Remote Sensing Seminar
    Location Agenda html OR pdf Lecturers Participants Documentation Lectures Labs Data Materials Day by Day Software Useful Links Pictures Sponsoring Institutes RSS home page

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/rss/Krakow2006/ (2012-11-14)
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  • ASPB Photos -- CIMSS
    improved monitoring of the earth atmosphere ASPB Member Photos Then and now from 30 years ago 2008a 2008b 2005 2004 2001 Return to NOAA NESDIS STAR CoRP ASPB or CIMSS at University of Wisconsin SSEC Privacy and Security Notice Last

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/aspb/photos.html (2012-11-14)
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  • NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION AT CIMSS
    of Wisconsin The Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies supports a modeling group whose mission is to investigate the impact of satellite data on numerical forecast quality Our current efforts are focused on three major projects CIMSS Regional Assimilation System

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/model/nwp.html (2012-11-14)
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  • GOES Activities -- CIMSS/SSEC
    The Original The original SRFs provided by the instrument vendor were never used operationally or even during the post launch science test All preliminary work weighting functions forward model transmittance coefficient file generation etc was done using this set of SRFs Revision E Released November 2009 The instrument vendor apparently in 2008 released this set of SRFs to the government and NESDIS made them available in late November 2009 All of the post launch science test data were released with calibration based on this set of SRFs Code for many users such as McIDAS was still based on Revision A SRFs There was no change to the Sounder SRFs at this time Download Spectral Response Function data GOES 08 sr8 GOES 09 sr9 GOES 10 sr10 GOES 10new sr10new GOES 10 2002 sr10 2002 GOES 11 sr11 GOES 12 sr12 GOES 12 2002 sr12 Aug2002 New sounder SRFs only GOES 13 sr13 GOES 14 A sr14 Revision A not used GOES 14 sr14 Revision H STAR Shifted Operational since August 2011 GOES 15 sr15 Revision H GOES R ABI GOES R Calibration Working Group CWG MET 08 MSG 1 MET 09 MSG 2 MTSAT 1R MTSAT 1R links to JMA s webpage MTSAT 2 MTSAT 2 links to JMA s webpage Central Wavelengths Wavenumbers and Bandwidths The GOES Imagers have similar central wavelengths and bandwidths however they are slightly different On GOES 12 thru GOES 15 the 12 micron channel was replaced with a 13 micron channel which we refer to as Channel 6 The data in this table were calculated from the Spectral Response Function data see above The bandwidth is actually the Full Width at Half Max the point at which the SRF passes the 50 response mark Central wavelength is calculated based on this bandwidth by dividing the integral of the response times the wavelength with respect to wavelength by the integral of the response with respect to wavelength For a spectral response function such as those we use here which can be described as a discrete series the formula can be simplified to the sum of the response times the wavelength divided by the sum of the response GOES 08 Imager GOES 08 Sounder GOES 09 Imager GOES 09 Sounder GOES 10 Imager GOES 10 Sounder GOES 11 Imager GOES 11 Sounder GOES 12 Imager GOES 12 Sounder GOES 13 Imager GOES 13 Sounder GOES 14 Imager GOES 14 Sounder GOES 15 Imager GOES 15 Sounder MET 08 MET 09 FY 2C MTSAT 1R Planck Function Constants Radiometric Conversions Planck Function constants are used to make the conversion between radiance and brightness temperature or vice versa To convert from radiance mW m 2 ster cm 1 to temperature temp fk2 alog fk1 rad 1 bc1 bc2 To convert from temperature K to radiance mW m 2 ster cm 1 rad fk1 exp fk2 bc1 bc2 temp 1 Download Planck Function Constants The following files contain the Planck Function Constants for GOES 8 through GOES 15 They

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/calibration/ (2012-11-14)
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  • CIMSS Realtime GOES Derived Product Imagery
    If you are viewing this text you are using a Non Frame compatible browser Please use our non frame homepage

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/realtime/realtime.html (2012-11-14)
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  • 07 April 2006 :: Tornado Outbreak
    some of this convection centered on Tennessee and Kentucky which exhibited several distinct overshooting tops on the visible channel and multiple enhanced v signatures on the IR channel the enhanced v IR signature is often an indicator of severe weather 17 10 17 12 UTC GOES MODIS visible image 17 10 17 12 UTC GOES MODIS IR image Fade between 17 10 17 12 UTC GOES MODIS visible and IR image comparisons Note the improved enhanced v signature detection capabilities using the 1 km resolution MODIS IR data compared to the 4 km resolution GOES 12 IR channel On the 17 10 17 12 UTC GOES 12 Terra MODIS comparison above 5 separate enhanced v signatures can be seen on the MODIS IR image these images were near the time of 2 75 inch diameter hail in TN The later 18 45 18 47 UTC GOES 12 Aqua MODIS comparison below revealed a striking display of 6 enhanced v signatures near the time of 1 75 inch diameter hail in KY and about 45 minutes prior to the F3 tornadoes that developed and moved north of Nashville TN The improved enhanced v detection capability is primarily due to the fact

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/misc/060407/060407.html (2012-11-14)
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  • 01 January 2006 :: Fires in New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma
    enhancement due to fires that were burning across parts of New Mexico Texas and Oklahoma on 01 January 2006 Prolonged drought conditions across the southcentral US led to a critical fire danger over that region Strong winds gusted to 50 67 mph in the wake of an advancing cold front helping to promote the rapid growth of many of these fires note how quickly the fire pixels spread eastward across New Mexico on the shortwave IR animation Corresponding GOES 12 visible channel images above center show large plumes of smoke and blowing dust sand advecting east northeastward across Texas into Oklahoma A true color image derived from Aqua MODIS visible channel data above right helps to further discriminate between the smoke plumes which appear as lighter shades of gray and the blowing dust sand which exhibits more of a tan to light orange color due to the composition of the soil over the source region The GOES 12 Wildfire ABBA product below displayed several of the fire pixels as saturated yellow meaning that the satellite detected 3 9 micrometer brightness temperatures of 336 K 63 C or warmer at those locations A 13 day Wildfire ABBA composite covering the 23

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/misc/060101/060101.html (2012-11-14)
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