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CET Ground-based Scanning Radiometer (GSR)
STATUS
June 2007 (currently Operating On A Field Experiment)
AVAILABILITY
on demand
REQUEST PROCEDURE
contact Prof. Albin Gasiewski al.gasiewski@colorado.edu or Dr. Ed R. Westwater ed.westwater@colorado.edu
Surface Remote
A 29-channel scanning radiometer over the frequency range 50 to 400 GHz
CONTACT
Prof. albin Gasiewski
University of Colorado
Professor Albin J. Gasiewski, Ph.D. Director, NOAA-CU Center for Environmental Technology (CET) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Colorado at Boulder 425 UCB - ECOT 257 Boulder, CO 80309-0425 USA
(303) 492-9688 (O)
al.gasiewski@colorado.edu
http://cet.colorado.edu/people/about.php?user=gasiewski
SPECIFICATIONS
Facility Typemobile
LocationBoulder, Colorado
Variablescalibrated brightness temperatures from 50 to 400 GHz. From the brightness temperatures, water vapor, temperature, and cloud liquid can be derived
Archive Data AvailabilityData from 2004 NSA IOP at http://iop.archive.arm.gov/arm-iop/
REFERENCES
Cimini, D., E. R. Westwater, A. J. Gasiewski, M. Klein, V. Leusky, and J. C. Liljegren, „The Ground-based Scanning Radiometer (GSR): a powerful tool for the study of the Arctic Atmosphere”, IEEE Transaction on Geosciences and Remote Sensing (in press 2007). Cimini, D., E. R. Westwater, A. Gasiewski, M. Klein, V. Leuski, J. Liljegren, Ground-based millimeter- and submillimiter-wave observations of low vapor and liquid water contents, MRS06 Special Issue of IEEE Transaction on Geosciences and Remote Sensing (in press 2007)
REMARKS
Has operated in two Arctic experiments (2004 and 2007)
UPDATED ON
3 Sep 2009 13:47