Accurate Spectrally Resolved Infrared Radiance Observation from Space: Implications for the Detection of Decade-to-Century–Scale Climatic Change

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The character of data required to measure decade-to-century–scale climatic change is distinctly different from that required for weather prediction or for studies of meteorological processes. The data ought to possess the accuracy to detect the small secular climate changes of interest. To be useful to future investigators, the data must include convincing… (More)

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@inproceedings{Keith2001AccurateSR, title={Accurate Spectrally Resolved Infrared Radiance Observation from Space: Implications for the Detection of Decade-to-Century–Scale Climatic Change}, author={David W. Keith and James G. Anderson}, year={2001} }