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Results: Found 3251 records (displaying records 151 through 175)

151. Bailey, Andrew; Daniels, Jaime; Braunstein, Lance; Gray, Donald and Menzel, Paul. Current status and planned upgrades to the operational wind extraction system in NOAA/NESDIS. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994, pp.404-407. Reprint # 1824. 

152. Baines, Kevin.H.; Carlson, R. W.; Crisp, D.; Delamere, W. A.; Limaye, S. J.; Russell, C. T.; Schofield, J. T. and Smith, W. H.. Venus 4-D Discovery Mission: A multi-dimensional investigation of dynamics and chemistry in the Venus atmosphere. Pasadena, CA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), California Institute of Technology, 1992. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.92.09.B1. 

153. Baker, Wayman E.; Atlas, Robert; Cardinali, Carla; Clement, Amy; Emmitt, George D.; Gentry, Bruce M.; Hardesty, R. Michael; Kallen, Erland; Kavaya, Michael J.; Langland, Rolf; Ma, Zaizhong; Masutani,Michiko; McCarty, Will; Pierce, R. Bradley; Pu, Zhaoxia; Riishojgaard, Lars Peter; Ryan, James; Tucker, Sara; Weissmann, Martin and Yoe, James G.. Lidar-Measured wind profiles: The missing link in the global observing systemBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 95, Issue: 4, 2014. Reprint # 7226. 
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154. Baker, Wayman E.; Atlas, Robert; Cardinali, Carla; Clement, Amy; Emmitt, George D.; Gentry, Bruce M.; Hardesty, R. Michael; Kallen, Erland; Kavaya, Michael J.; Langland, Rolf; Ma, Zaizhong; Masutani,Michiko; McCarty, Will; Pierce, R. Bradley; Pu, Zhaoxia; Riishojgaard, Lars Peter; Ryan, James; Tucker, Sara; Weissmann, Martin and Yoe, James G.. Lidar-Measured wind profiles: The missing link in the global observing system. SupplementBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 95, Issue: 4, 2014, ES71-ES74. Reprint # 7226. 
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155. Barry, R. G. and Key, J. R.. Observational studies of Arctic Ocean ice-atmosphere interactionsPolar Geography and Geology, Volume: 8, 1994, pp.1014. Reprint # 7944. 
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156. Bates, John J. and Smith, William L.. Sea surface temperature: Observations from geostationary satellitesJournal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, Volume: 90, 1985, pp.11609-11618. Reprint # 679. 

157. Bates, John J.; Smith, William L.; Wade, Gary S. and Woolf, Harold M.. An interactive method for processing and display of sea-surface temperature fields using VAS multispectral dataBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 68, Issue: 6, 1987, pp.602-608. Reprint # 1430. 
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158. Bates, John J.; Velden, Chris and Schmit, Timothy J.. Current and future plans for metadata for the NOAA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES). Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2003, Paper USA-WP-27. Reprint # 3563. 

159. Baum, Bryan A.; Frey, R. A.; Ackerman, S. and Menzel, W. P.. Remote sensing of global cloud properties using MODIS data. Piscataway, NJ, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), 2002, pp.1183-1184. Reprint # 3234. 

160. Baum, Bryan A.; Menzel, P.; Heidinger, A. and Gladkova, I.. Towards continuity in cloud top height from MODIS to the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) polar-orbiting sensors. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2016, Abstract 40. 

161. Baum, Bryan A.; Menzel, W. Paul; Frey, Richard; Holz, Robert; Ackerman, Steven A. and Heidinger, Andrew K.. MODIS Collection 6 cloud top height and IR thermodynamic phase. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2011, abstract. 

162. Baum, Bryan A.; Menzel, W. Paul; Garcia, Ray; Schiffer, Eva; Gladkova, Irina; Shahriar, Fazlul and Heidinger, Andrew. Cloud top properties: Challenges in extending MODIS to VIIRS. Silver Spring, MD, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, 2016, PowerPoint presentation. 
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163. Baum, Bryan A.; Minnis, Patrick; Coakley, James A. Jr.; Wielicki, Bruce A.; Menzel, Paul; Titlow, James; Tovinkere, Vasanth; Heck, Pat and Mayor, Shalini. Imager cloud height determination (subsystem 4). Hampton, VA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Langley Research Center, 1995, pp.83-134. Reprint # 4279. 

164. Baum, Bryan A.; Soulen, Peter F.; Strabala, Kathleen I.; King, Michael D.; Ackerman, Steven A.; Menzel, W. Paul and Yang, Ping. Remote sensing of cloud properties using MODIS airborne simulator imagery during SUCCESS. 2. Cloud thermodynamic phaseJournal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Volume: 105, 2000, pp.11,781-11,792. Reprint # 2787. 

165. Baum, Bryan A.; Stubenrauch, Claudia; Heidinger, Andy and Menzel, W. Paul. Assessment of global cloud cover and properties: Summary from the second Cloud Climatology Assessment Workshop held 6-7 July 2006 in Madison, Wisconsin. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, Paper NOAA-WP-20. 3p. Reprint # 5690. 

166. Baum, Bryan A.; Yang, Ping; Nasiri, Shaima; Heidinger, Andrew K.; Heymsfield, Andrew and Li, Jun. Bulk scattering properties for the remote sensing of ice clouds, part III: High-resolution spectral models from 100 to 3240 cm-1Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume: 46, Issue: 4, 2007, pp.423-434. Reprint # 5349. 
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167. Baum, Bryan; Menzel, Paul; Gladkova, Irina and Heidinger, Andrew. Towards continuity in cloud properties from MODIS and Suomi-NPP polar-orbiting sensors. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2015, Abstract A21C-0135. 

168. Bayler, Gail M.; Aune, R. M. and Raymond, W. H.. NWP cloud initialization using GOES sounder data and improved modeling of nonprecipitating cloudsMonthly Weather Review, Volume: 128, Issue: 11, 2000, pp.3911-3920. Reprint # 2819. 
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169. Bayler, Gail M.; Seemann, Suzanne Wetzel; Li, Jun and Schmit, Timothy J.. Is the resolution of GOES sounder data sufficient to support single field of view retrievals and derived products?. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2001, pp.351-354. Reprint # 2977. 

170. Baylon, Pao M.; Jeffe, Daniel A.; Pierce, R. Bradley and Gustin, Mae S.. Interannual variability in baseline ozone and its relationship to surface ozone in the western USEnvironmental Science and Technology, Volume: 50, Issue: 6, 2016, pp.2994-3001. Reprint # 7809. 
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171. Beamesderfer, Eric R.; Ortega, K. L.; Smith, T. M. and Cintineo, J. L.. Comparison of estimated and observed storm motions to environmental parameters. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2012, Abstract 351. 

172. Bearson, Nick and Heidinger, A.. CSPP CLAVR-x. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2016, Abstract 72. 

173. Bearson, Nick; Botambekov, Denis; Walther, Andi and Heidinger, Andrew. CSPP / CLAVR-x. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, Cooperative Institute of Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2015, poster presentation. 1p. 
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174. Bearson, Nick; Heidinger, Andrew K.; Tushaus, Samantha A.; Walther, Andi; Botambekov, Denis and Goldberg, Mitch. Cloud and precipitation products from CSPP LEO CLAVR-x. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2016, Abstract IN31A-1742. 

175. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Feltz, W. F.; Sieglaff, J.; Rabin, R.; Pavolonis, M. J. and Brunner, J. C.. Toward an end-to-end satellite-based convection nowcasting system. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2009, Abstract J15.2.