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1. Antonelli, Paolo and Menzel, Paul. Remote Sensing Seminar, Ostuni, Italy, 8-16 June 2006: Lectures and Labs. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 1 DVD. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/O88/2006/DVD. 

Day 1: Lecture 1 (Menzel): Radiation and Radiative Transfer Equation (86 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lab Exercise (Menzel/Antonelli): Using HYDRA to Inspect Multispectral Remote Sensing Data
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Day 2: Lecture 2 (Menzel): Remote Sensing - Multispectral Applications (147 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lab Exercise (Menzel/Antonelli): Analyzing MODIS Data Viewing Land, Ocean, and Atmosphere
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Day 3: Lecture 3 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Basic Theory (33 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3 Lab Exercise (Menzel/Matarrese/Puca/Cimini/De Pasquale/Antonelli): Ocean Properties Inferred From MODIS Data
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Day 4: Lecture 4 (Menzel): Introducing Meteosat Second Generation (129 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 4: Lab Exercise 4 (Menzel/Antonelli): Interrogating AIRS Data and Exploring Spectral Properties of Clouds and Moisture
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Day 5: Lecture 5 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory (30 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 6: Lecture 6 (Matarrese): The Basic Concepts of Oceanography (no online file available)
Day 7: Lecture 7 (Menzel): Investigations with High Spectral Resolution Data from AIRS (131 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 8: Lecture 8 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory (27 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 9: Lecture 9 (Menzel): Summary, Remote Sensing Seminar (70 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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2. Antonelli, Paolo and Menzel, Paul. International Summer School on Applications With the Newwest Multi-Spectral Environmental Satellites, Villa de Paoli, Benevento, Italy, 3-13 June 2007: Lectures and Labs: Days 1-5. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2007. 1 DVD; 6 CD-ROMS. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/B49/20067VD. 

Day 1: Agenda
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Day 1: Lecture 0 (Antonelli, Gumley, Strabala, Puca, Prieto, Roberto, Meoli, Menzel): Lectures in Benevento (15 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 1 (Menzel): Radiation and the Planck Function (40 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 1a (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Basic Theory (21 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lab 1 (Gumley): Planck Function
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Day 3: Lecture 2 (Menzel): Radiative Transfer in the Atmosphere (67 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lecture 2a (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Basic Theory (21 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lab 2 (Antonelli, Menzel): Introduction to HYDRA as a Tool to View Multispectral Data
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Day 4: Lecture 3 (Menzel): Multispectral Remote Sensing (126 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 4: Lecture 3a (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Basic Theory (33 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 4: Lab 3 (Strabala): Multispectral Investigations of Land, Ocean, and Atmosphere With MODIS
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Day 5: Lecture 4 (Gumley): MODIS Sensor Characteristics and True Color Images (114 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 5: Lecture 4a (Prieto): EUMETSAT Programmes (45 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 5: Lab 4 (Gumley): MODIS Image Artifacts
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(September 2007) (NOTIS) (BC) (COURSE) (AU) (SSEC) (CIMSS) (ASPB)

3. Antonelli, Paolo and Menzel, Paul. International Summer School on Applications With the Newwest Multi-Spectral Environmental Satellites, Villa de Paoli, Benevento, Italy, 3-13 June 2007: Lectures and Labs: Days 6-11. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2007. 1 DVD; 6 CD-ROMS. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/B49/2006/DVD. 

Day 6: Lecture 5 (Prieto, Antonelli): Applications of the SEVIRI Window Channels in the Infrared (52 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 6: Lab 5 (Strabala): SEVIRI and MODIS Clouds and Fires
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Day 8: Lecture 6 (Puca): Detection and Nowcasting of Convective Cloud Systems Using SEVIRI Data (66 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 9: Lecture 7 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remotte Sensing Basic Theory (33 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 9: Lab 6 (Antonelli, Menzel): Interrogating AIRS Data and Exploring Spectral Properties of Clouds and Moisture
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Day 10: Lecture 8 (Menzel): Investigations With High Spectral Resolution IR Data (146 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 10: Lab 7 (Antonelli, Menzel): Continuation of Lab 6 (Day 9)
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Day 11: Lecture 9 (Menzel): App MetSat Summary (94 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 11: Lecture 9 (Menzel): Remote Sensing Applications With Meteorological Satellites
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AVIRIS Movie 1:
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AVIRIS Movie 2:
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(September 2007) (NOTIS) (BC) (COURSE) (AU) (SSEC) (CIMSS) (ASPB)

4. Antonelli, Paolo; Gumley, Liam E.; Huang, Hung-Lung Allen; Key, Jeff and Strabala, Kathy. MODIS Workshop, Andenes, Norway, 28 February - 2 March 2006: Lectures and Labs. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 1 DVD. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/A53/2006/DVD. 

MODIS Workshop, Andenes, Norway: Lecture and Lab Schedule, Tuesday, 28 February - Thursday, 2 March 2006
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Day 1: Lecture 1 (Gumley): Introduction to MODIS (95 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lecture 2 (Gumley): MODIS file formats (109 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 1 (Strabala): MODIS product overview (92 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 2 (Strabala): MODIS level 2 products (continued, 31 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lecture 1 (Key): MODIS snow and ice cover (31 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lecture 2 (Key): Polar winds from satellite imagers for numerical weather prediction and climate applications (47 Power point slides, online only)
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5. Antonelli, Paolo; Gumley, Liam E.; Huang, Hung-Lung Allen; Strabala, Kathy and Rink, Tom. MODIS/AIRS Training and Applications Course, Pretoria, South Africa, 4-7 April 2006: Lectures and Labs [title on DVD: South African Safari 16 Aug 2006]: Days 1 and 2. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 1 DVD. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/P74/2006/DVD. 

MODIS/AIRS Training and Applications Course: Course Schedule and Curriculum
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Day 1: Lecture 1 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory: Visible, RGB, Radiance and Reflectance, Near Infrared, Absorption, Infrared Radiance and Brightness Temperature (33 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lecture 2 (Gumley): Introduction to MODIS (68 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lecture 3 (Gumley): MODIS File Formats (109 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lab Exercise (Gumley): Creating True Color MODIS Images with HDFLook
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Day 1: Lab Exercise (Rink): MODIS Instrument Characteristics and Image Creation
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Day 2: Lecture 1 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory: Visible and Near Infrared Vegetation, Planck Function, Infrared Thermal Sensitivity (30 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 2 (Strabala): MODIS/AIRS Workshop, MODIS Level 2 Products (117 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 2 (Strabala): MODIS/AIRS Workshop, MODIS Level 2 Products (27 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lecture 3 (Gumley): MODIS Ocean Products (14 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Lab Exercise : MODIS Cloud Spectral Properties, Cloud Mask, NDVI and Fire Detection
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6. Antonelli, Paolo; Gumley, Liam E.; Huang, Hung-Lung Allen; Strabala, Kathy and Rink, Tom. MODIS/AIRS Training and Applications Course, Pretoria, South Africa, 4-7 April 2006: Lectures and Labs [title on DVD: South African Safari 16 Aug 2006]: Days 3 and 4. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 1 DVD. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/P74/2006/DVD. 

Day 3: Lecture 1 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory: Bit Depth, Radiative Transfer Equation in the IR (32 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lecture 2 (Huang): AIRS Instrument, Measurement, Retrieval Algorithm, Applications and Future Sensors (210 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 3: Lab Exercise (Rink): MODIS Cloud Spectral Properties, Cloud Mask, NDVI and Fire Detection
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Day 4: Lecture 1 (Antonelli): Quick Review of Remote Sensing Theory: IR at High Spectral Resolution, Basic Principles, Limits in IR Remote Sensing (27 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 4: Lecture 2 (Huang): AIRS Instrument, Measurement, Retrieval Algorithm, Applications and Future Sensors (continued from Day 3, 210 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 4: Lab Exercise (Rink): AIRS retrievals, spectral signatures, and SO2 detection
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7. Menzel, Paul. International Summer School on Applications with the Newest Multi-spectral Meteorological Satellites: Lectures in Bertinoro, Italy, 23 August - 2 September 2004. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2004. Call Number: SSEC Publication No.00.00.00. 

Lab exercises, quizzes and homework comprise SSEC Publication No.00.00.00. All other presentations are Powerpoint and can be found online only.

Opening remarks (21 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 1: Radiation and radiative transfer equation (91 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 2: Remote sensing - multispectral applications (112 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 3: Investigations with high spectral resolution data from AIRS (144 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 4: Radiometer considerations and Cal/Val (73 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 5: Introducting Meteosat second generation (100 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 6: Evolution of the Global Observing System (81 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Summary of spectral signatures (related to labs) (45 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lab 1a: Staging, viewing, interrogating MODIS data and inferring cloud properties
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Lab 1b: Multi-spectral surface, dust, and ash properties
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Lab 2a: High spectral resolution infrared data
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Lab 2b: High spectral resolution infrared data
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Lab 3: Interrogating MSG data and inferring cloud and surface properties
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Quiz 1
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Quiz 2
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Homework for remote sensing seminar
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Summary: Remote sensing seminar (52 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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(Course) (AU) (SSEC) (CIMSS) (ASPB)

8. Menzel, Paul and Antonelli, Paolo. Environmental Remote Sensing: Lectures at CREST, City College of New York (CCNY), March 2006. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 

Lecture 1: Radiation and the radiative transfer equation
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Lab 1: Using HYDRA to inspect multispectral remote sensing data
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Lecture 2: Remote sensing - Multispectral applications
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Lab 2: Analyzing MODIS data viewing land, ocean, and atmosphere
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Lecture 3: Remote sensing of clouds, sst, and moisture
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Lab 3: Understanding multispectral cloud properties sensed with MODIS
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Lecture 4 and 5: Investigations with high spectral resolution data from AIRS
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Lab 4: Staging, viewing, and interrogating AIRS data
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Lab 5: Exploring spectral properties of clouds, moisture, and volcanic ash sensed with AIRS
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Lecture 6: Summary: Remote sensing seminar
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9. Menzel, Paul; Antonelli, Paolo; Dyras, Izabela; Prieto, Jose; Lapeta, Bozena and Serafin-Rek, Danuta. Krakow International Summer School on Applications with the Newest Multi-Spectral Environmental Satellites, 8-12 May 2006 (Supported by the Polish Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, NOAA/NESDIS, and EUMETSAT). Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2006. 2 CD set. Call Number: G/70.39/R47/K73/2006/CD. 

Krakow International Summer School on Applications with the Newest Multi-Spectral Environmental Satellites: Agenda
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Lecture 1 (Menzel): Radiation and the Radiative Transfer Equation (83 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Lecture 1 (Menzel): Summary of Spectral Signatures
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Lecture 1 (Antonelli): Quick Introduction to Remote Sensing
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Lab 1 (Menzel, Antonelli): Using HYDRA to Inspect Multispectral Remote Sensing Data
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Lecture 2 (Menzel): Remote Sensing - Multispectral Applications. Application Opportunities with Multispectral Remote Sensing Data: Satellite Remote Sensing; Energy Balance; VIS, IR, and MW Radiative Transfer; EOS Terra & Aqua MODIS; Multispectral Applications; Ocean Color, snow/Ice, Vegetation, Aerosolos, Fires, Volcanic Ash, Clouds, Moisture; Detecting Climate Trends
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Lecture 2 (Prieto): Applications of the SEVIRI Window Channels in the Infrared (no online file available)

Introduction to Labs and HYDRA: HyPerspectral Viewer for Development of Research Applications - HYDRA
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Lab 2 (Menzel, Antonelli): Analyzing MODIS data viewing land, ocean, and atmosphere
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Lecture 3 (Menzel): Investigations with High Spectral Resolution Data from AIRS
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Lab 3 (Menzel, Antonelli): Interrogating AIRS Data and Exploring Spectral Properties of Clouds and Moisture
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Lecture 4 (Menzel, Antonelli): Summary: Remote Sensing Seminar
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Volcanic Eruption
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10. Menzel, W. Paul. Remote sensing applications with meteorological satellites. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2005. 

See also: Applications with meteorological satellites (WMO/TD No.1078, QC 879.5 A69 no.28, Schwerdtfeger Library)

Table-of-Contents
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Chapter 1: Evolution of satellite meteorology
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Chapter 2: Nature of radiation
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Chapter 3: Absorption, emission, reflection, and scattering
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Chapter 4: The radiation budget
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Chapter 5: The radiative transfer equation (RTE)
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Chapter 6: Clouds
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Chapter 7: Surface temperature
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Chapter 8: Techniques for determining atmospheric parameters
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Chapter 9: Techniques for determining atmospheric motions
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Chapter 10: Applications of geostationary satellite sounding data
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Chapter 11: Satellite orbits
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Chapter 12: Radiometer design considerations
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Chapter 13: Establishing climate data records from multispectral MODIS measurements
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11. Revercomb, Hank; Antonelli, Paolo; Cuomo, Vencent; Romana, Filomena; Accadia, Christophe; Cherubini, Tiziania and Menzel, Paul. Remote Sensing Seminar, Maratea, Italy, 22-31 May 2003: Days 1-5. Supported by Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Metodologie per l'Analisi Ambientale (CNR-IMAA) in Potenza, Italy and EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany.. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2003. 1 DVD. 

Day 1: Opening remarks (11 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Agenda (Menzel, Cuomo)
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Day 1: Lecture 1 (Menzel): Radiation and the Radiative Transfer Equation (69 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 1: Lab Exercise (Antonelli): Introduction to the Labs and MATLAB: Lab Questions for Remote Sensing Seminar (no online file available)
Day 2: Lecture 2 (Menzel): Remote Sensing - Multispectral Applications: Spectral Signatures from Earth's Surface and Atmosphere and Remote Sensing Advances with MODIS, Including Cloud and Aerosol Detection with MODIS (89 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 2: Homework for Remote Sensing Seminar (Menzel, Revercomb, Antonelli)
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Day 3: Lab Exercise 1 (Menzel, Antonelli, Ackerman): Lab Questions for Remote Sensing Seminar
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Day 5: Quiz 1 (Menzel, Revercomb, Antonelli)
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Day 5: Lecture 3 (Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Observing and Instruments (30 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 5: Lab Exercise 2a (Antonelli, Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Data: Staging, Viewing, Interrogating AIRS and SHIS Data
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(Course) (AU) (SSEC) (CIMSS) (ASPB)

12. Revercomb, Hank; Antonelli, Paolo; Cuomo, Vencent; Romana, Filomena; Accadia, Christophe; Cherubini, Tiziania and Menzel, Paul. Remote Sensing Seminar, Maratea, Italy, 22-31 May 2003: Days 6-10. Supported by Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Metodologie per l'Analisi Ambientale (CNR-IMAA) in Potenza, Italy and EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany.. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2003. 1 DVD. 

Day 6: Lecture 4 (Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Observingand Instruments (125 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 6: Lecture 5 (Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Observing and Instruments (81 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 6: Lecture 6 (Menzel): Radiometer Considerations (60 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 6: Lab Exercise 2b (Antonelli, Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Data: Exploring the Spectral Properties
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Day 7: Lecture 7 (Menzel): Introduction Meteosat Second Generation (79 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 7: Lecture 8 (Menzel): Investigations with High Spectral Resolution Data from AIRS (69 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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Day 7: Lab Exercise 2c (Antonelli, Revercomb): High Spectral Resolution IR Data: Mapping Surface, Cloud, and Aerosol Properties
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Day 8: Lab Exercises 3a, 3b, 3c: Group Projects and Presentations (no online content available)
Day 9: Quiz 2 (Menzel, Revercomb, Antonelli)
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Day 9: Summary of Remote Sensing Lessons (34 Powerpoint slides, online only
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Day 10: Lecture 9 (Menzel): The Evolution of the Global Observing system (66 Powerpoint slides, online only)
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