Banghua Yan

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  • Fuzhong Weng, Yong Han, Paul Van Delst, Quanhua Liu, Tom Kleespies, Banghua Yan +1 other
  • 2005
– The US Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation (JCSDA) has developed its beta version of community radiative transfer model (CRTM). The CRTM is being implemented in the NCEP data assimilation system and is expected to produce significant impacts on utilization of current and future satellite instruments due to its flexible interface, advanced(More)
Gordon ͓Appl. Opt. 42, 542 ͑2003͔͒ argues that use of external rather than internal mixing when aerosol optical properties are computed will not seriously affect atmospheric correction of ocean color imagery, in spite of the fact that top of the atmosphere reflectances computed with the two approaches differ significantly as shown by Yan et al. ͓Appl. Opt.(More)
  • Sid-Ahmed Boukabara, Kevin Garrett, Wanchun Chen, Flavio Iturbide-Sanchez, Christopher Grassotti, Cezar Kongoli +20 others
  • 2011
—A 1-D variational system has been developed to process spaceborne measurements. It is an iterative physical inversion system that finds a consistent geophysical solution to fit all radiometric measurements simultaneously. One of the particular-ities of the system is its applicability in cloudy and precipitating conditions. Although valid, in principle, for(More)
1. ABSTRACT The multi-layer dense media radiative transfer (DMRT) theory based on the quasicrystalline approximation (QCA) has been applied for studying both passive and active microwave remote sensing signatures [1], [2]. It is shown that the layered structure is essential to analyze the microwave emission from snow because high frequency is sensitive to(More)