Solar occultation satellite data and derived meteorological products: Sampling issues and comparisons with Aura Microwave Limb Sounder

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Solar occultation satellite data and derived meteorological products: Sampling issues and comparisons with Aura Microwave Limb Sounder
Author(s)
Manney G, Daffer W, Zawodny J, Bernath P, Hoppel K, Walker K, Knosp B, Boone C, Remsberg E, Santee M, Harvey V, Pawson S, Jackson D, Deaver L, McElroy C, McLinden C, Drummond J, Pumphrey H, Lambert A, Schwartz M, Froidevaux L, McLeod S, Takacs L, Suarez M, Trepte C, Cuddy D, Livesey N, Harwood R, Waters J
Publication Title
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
Publication Title (abbreviated)
J GEOPHYS RES-ATMOS
Publication Date
2007 Dec 25
DOI
10.1029/2007JD008709
ISSN
0148-0227
Volume
112
Issue
D24
Page Count
27
Article Number
D24S50
Keyword(s)
Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, STRATOSPHERIC POLAR VORTEX, DATA ASSIMILATION SCHEME, TRACE GAS OBSERVATIONS, II OZONE MEASUREMENTS, SSI ANALYSIS SYSTEM, SAGE-II, ARCTIC WINTER, POAM-III, POTENTIAL VORTICITY, MIDDLE ATMOSPHERE
Citation
Manney G, Daffer W, Zawodny J, Bernath P, Hoppel K, Walker K, Knosp B, Boone C, Remsberg E, Santee M, et al. Solar occultation satellite data and derived meteorological products: Sampling issues and comparisons with Aura Microwave Limb Sounder. J GEOPHYS RES-ATMOS. 2007;112 (D24):27.
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