Isaac Moradi

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Atmospheric humidity plays an important role in the Earth's 4 climate. Microwave satellite data provide valuable humidity observations in 5 the upper troposphere with global coverage. In this study, we compare up-6 per tropospheric humidity (UTH) retrieved from the Advanced Microwave 7 Sounding Unit (AMSU-B) and the Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS) against(More)
of the daytime radiation bias correction. Because of the large differences between different radiosonde sensors, it is essential for UTH studies to only use the data measured using a single type of sensor at any given station.
—Microwave (MW) satellite data are widely used as input in numerical weather prediction models and also in other applications such as climate monitoring and re-analysis. MW satellite data are prone to different problems, including geolocation errors. These data do not have a fine spatial resolution like visible and infrared data; therefore, the accuracy of(More)
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Notice: Changes introduced as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing and formatting may not be reflected in this document. For a definitive version of this work, please refer to the published source. Please note that access to the published version might require a subscription. Chalmers Publication Library (CPL) offers the possibility of(More)
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