Mathew M. Gunshor

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Madison (UW-Madison) are entering a 4 th decade of collaborating on research in satellite meteorology and remote sensing. This collaborative relationship between NOAA and the UW-Madison, which led to the establishment of the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), has provided outstanding benefits to the atmospheric science(More)
Sea Surface Temperature (SST) is a key climate parameter, which can be accurately derived from passive infrared remotely sensed data in global scale. This work addresses the SST retrieval from the measurements acquired by the InfraRed Atmospheric Sounder (IRAS) aboard the Chinese second generation polar-orbiting meteorological satellite FengYun 3A (FY-3A).(More)
A cold, dry arctic air mass occupied southeastern Canada and the northeastern United States on 13–14 January 2004. This air mass was quite dry—total column precipitable water values at Pickle Lake, Ontario, Canada, and The Pas, Manitoba, Canada, were as low as 0.02 in. (0.5 mm)—allowing significant amounts of radiation originating from the surface to be(More)
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