Thomas J. Greenwald



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1. Ding, Jiachen; Bi, Lei; Yang, Ping; Kattawar, George W.; Weng, Fuzhong; Liu, Quanhua and Greenwald, Thomas. Single-scattering properties of ice particles in the microwave regime: Temperature effect on the ice refractive index with implications in remote sensing. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Volume 190, 2017, pp.26-37. Reprint # 7908.
2. Greenwald, Thomas J.; Pierce, R. Bradley; Schaack, Todd; Otkin, Jason; Rogal, Marek; Bah, Kaba; Lenzen, Allen; Nelson, Jim; Li, Jun and Huang, Hung-Lung. Real-time simulation of the GOES-R ABI for user readiness and product evaluation. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 97, Issue 2, 2016, pp.245-261. Reprint # 7570.
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3. Painemal, David; Greenwald, Thomas; Cadeddu, Maria and Minnis, Patrick. First extended validation of satellite microwave liquid water path with ship-based observations of marine low clouds. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 43, Issue 12, 2016, 6563–6570. Reprint # 7692.
4. Baukabara, Sid A.; Zhu, Tong; Tolman, Hendrik L.; Lord, Steve; Goodman, Steven; Atlas, Robert; Goldberg, Mitch; Auligne, Thomas; Pierce, Bradley; Cucurull, Lidia; Zupanski, Milija; Zhang, Man; Moradi, Isaac; Otkin, Jason; Santek, David; Hoover, Brett; Pu, Zhaoxia; Zhan, Xiwu; Hain, Christopher; Kalnay, Eugenia; Hotta, Daisuke; Nolin, Scott; Bayler, Eric; Mehra, Avichal; Casey, Sean P. F.; Lindsey, Daniel; Grasso, Louie; Kumar, V. Krishna; Powell, Alfred; Xu, Jianjun; Greenwald, Thomas; Zajic, Joe; Li, Jun; Li, Jinliong; Li, Bin; Liu, Hicheng; Fang, Li; Wang, Pei and Chen, Tse-Chen. S4: An O2R/R2O infrastructure for optimizing satellite data utilzation in NOAA numerical modeling systems. A step toward bridging the gap between research and operations. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 97, Issue 12, 2016, 2359–2378. Reprint # 7852.
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5. Greenwald, Thomas J.; Pierce, R. Bradley; Schaack, Todd; Otkin, Jason; Rogal, Marek; Bah, Kaba; Lenzen, Allen; Nelson, Jim; Li, Jun and Huang, Hung-Lung. Real-time simulation of the GOES-R ABI for user readiness and product evaluation. Supplement. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 97, Issue 2, 2016, doi/suppl/10.1175/BAMS-D-14-00007.1. Reprint # 7570.
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6. Lee, Yong-Keun; Otkin, Jason A. and Greenwald, Thomas J. Evaluating the accuracy of a high-resolution model simulation through comparison with MODIS observations. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 53, Issue 4, 2014, 1046–1058. Reprint # 7177.
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7. Wang, Chenxi; Yang, Ping; Platnick, Steven; Heidinger, Andrew K.; Baum, Bryan A.; Greenwald, Thomas; Zhang, Zhibo and Holz, Robert E. Retrieval of ice cloud properties from AIRS and MODIS observations based on a fast high-spectral-resolution radiative transfer model. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 52, Issue 3, 2013, pp.710-726. Reprint # 6955.
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8. Ding, Shouguo; Yang, Ping; Baum, Bryan A.; Heidinger, Andrew and Greenwald, Thomas. Development of a GOES-R Advanced Baseline Imager solar channel radiance simulator for ice clouds. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 52, Issue 4, 2013, 872–888. Reprint # 6975.
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9. Bennartz, Ralf and Greenwald, Tom. Current problems in scattering radiative transfer modelling for data assimilation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 137, Issue 661, 2011, pp.1952-1962. Reprint # 6594.
10. Greenwald, Thomas J.; Lee, Yong-Keun; Otkin, Jason A. and L'Ecuyer, Tristan. Evaluation of midlatitude clouds in a large-scale high-resolution simulation using CloudSat observations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Volume 115, 2010, doi:1029/2009JD013552. Reprint # 6353.
11. Bedka, Kristopher; Brunner, Jason; Dworak, Richard; Feltz, Wayne; Otkin, Jason and Greenwald, Thomas. Objective satellite-based detection of overshooting tops using infrared window channel brightness temperature gradients. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 49, Issue 2, 2010, pp.181-202. Reprint # 6245.
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12. Lee, Yoong-Keun; Greenwald, Thomas J.; Yang, Ping; Ackerman, Steve and Huang, Hung-Lung. Global distribution of instantaneous daytime radiative effects of high thin clouds observed by the cloud profiling radar. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2010, doi: 10.1117/1.3491858. Reprint # 6344.
13. Kulie, Mark S.; Bennartz, Ralf; Greenwald, Thomas J.; Chen, Yong and Weng, Fuzhong. Uncertainties in microwave properties of frozen precipitation: Implications for remote sensing and data assimilation. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Volume 67, Issue 11, 2010, 3471–3487. Reprint # 6384.
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14. Feltz, W. F.; Bedka, K. M.; Otkin, J. A.; Greenwald, T. and Ackerman, S. A. Understanding satellite-observed mountain-wave signatures using high-resolution numerical model data. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 24, Issue 1, 2009, pp.76-86. Reprint # 6016.
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15. Otkin, Jason A.; Greenwald, Thomas J.; Sieglaff, Justin and Huang, Hung-Lung. Validation of a Large-Scale Simulated Brightness Temperature Dataset Using SEVIRI Satellite Observations. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 48, Issue 8, 2009, pp.1613-1626. Reprint # 6110.
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16. Greenwald, Thomas J. A 2 year comparison of AMSR-E and MODIS cloud liquid water path observations. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 36, Issue 20, 2009, doi:10.1029/2009GL040394. Reprint # 6166.
17. Otkin, Jason A. and Greenwald, Thomas J. Comparison of WRF model-simulated and MODIS-derived cloud data. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 136, Issue 6, 2008, pp.1957-1970. Reprint # 5726.
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18. Zhang, Zhibo; Yang, Ping; Kattawar, George; Huang, Hung-Lung (Allen); Greenwald, Thomas; Li, Jun; Baum, Bryan A.; Zhou, Daniel K. and Hu, Yongxiang. A fast infrared radiative transfer model based on the adding-doubling method for hyperspectral remote-sensing applications. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Volume 105, 2007, pp.243-263. Reprint # 5350.
19. Greenwald, Thomas J.; L'Ecuyer, Tristan S. and Christopher, Sundar A. Evaluating specific error characteristics of microwave-derived cloud liquid water products. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 34, Issue 22, 2007, doi:10.1029/2007GL031180. Reprint # 5614.
20. Heidinger, Andrew K.; O'Dell, Christopher; Bennartz, Ralf and Greenwald, Thomas. The successive-order-of-interaction radiative transfer model. Part I: Model development. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 45, Issue 10, 2006, pp.1388-1402. Reprint # 5230.
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21. O'Dell, Christopher; Heidinger, Andrew K.; Greenwald, Thomas; Bauer, Peter and Bennartz, Ralf. The successive-order-of-interaction radiative transfer model. Part II: Model performance and applications. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 45, Issue 10, 2006, pp.1403-1413. Reprint # 5231.
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22. Greenwald, Thomas; Bennartz, Ralf; O'Dell, Christopher and Heidinger, Andrew. Fast computation of microwave radiances for data assimilation using the 'successive order of scattering' method. Journal of Applied Meteorology, Volume 44, Issue 6, 2005, pp.960-966. Reprint # 4462.
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23. Greenwald, Thomas J.; Vukicevic, Tomislava; Grasso, Louis D. and Vonder Haar, Thomas H. Adjoint sensitivity analysis of an observational operator for visible and infrared cloudy-sky radiance assimilation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 130, Issue 597, 2004, pp.685-705. Reprint # 3698.
24. Grasso, Lewis D. and Greenwald, Thomas J. Analysis of 10.7 micron brightness temperatures of a simulated thunderstorm with two-moment microphysics. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 132, Issue 3, 2004, pp.815-825. Reprint # 3706.
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25. Vukicevic, T.; Greenwald, T.; Zupanski, M.; Zupanski, D.; Vonder Haar, T. and Jones, A. S. Mesoscale cloud state estimation from visible and infrared satellite radiances. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 132, Issue 12, 2004, pp.3066-3077. Reprint # 3988.
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