Christian Retscher

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Retrieval of temperature profiles from CHAMP for climate monitoring: intercomparison with Envisat MIPAS and GOMOS and different atmospheric analyses A. Gobiet, G. Kirchengast, G. L. Manney, M. Borsche, C. Retscher, and G. Stiller Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz, Austria Institute for Geophysics, Astrophysics, and(More)
Analysis of the SCIAMACHY limb spectra in the 585595 nm wavelength range revealed detectable radiance emission signals in correspondence of the Na D1 and D2 lines for tangent altitudes above 75 km. A two lines differential algorithm has been developed to estimate the slant concentration of atomic Na from these measurements, and an onion peeling technique(More)
The GOMOS instrument on board the Envisat satellite is equipped with two fast photometers operating at 1 kHz sampling frequency in blue and red wavelengths. The bi-chromatic scintillations recorded by the photometers allow the determination of a refractive angle, which is proportional to the time delay between the photometer signals. The high resolution(More)
We present a collection of atmospheric science applications, which are implemented in the ESRIN Grid Processing on-Demand (G-POD) environment. G-POD provides an efficient and highly collaborative environment to faster process and interpret large amounts of Earth Observation (EO) data. It combines storage and computing elements, which are located in(More)
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