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Interconnection Between the Brightness Temperature and an Intensity of the Heat Ocean–Atmosphere Interaction: Experimental Results

A. G. Grankov; A. A. Milshin;
Published: 18 Nov 2009
Publisher: Springer Netherlands

On the basis of the data of oceanographic, meteorological, and aerological measurements from the R/Vs Victor Bugaev, Musson, and Volna in the period of the stationary phase of the ATLANTEX-90 experiment, we (a) studied a possibility of assimilation of the data of passive microwave radiometric measurements in the bulk-formulas for a calculation of the surface sensible and latent heat fluxes in oceans; (b) compared the heat and impulse fluxes recorded by the R/Vs with their SSM/I estimates derived from the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) satellite F-08; and (c) analyzed a potential of the SSM/I radiometer for estimating the spatial and temporal variations of the integral water vapor and liquid water content of the atmosphere, the near-surface wind speed, as well as the boundary heat and impulse fluxes in areas of the subpolar hydrological front of the North Atlantic.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Water vapor Wind speed Radiometer Latent heat Mesoscale meteorology Meteorology Liquid water content Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Brightness temperature Environmental science

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