Climate Quality Broadband and Narrowband Solar Reflected Radiance Calibration Between Sensors in Orbit

@article{Wielicki2008ClimateQB,
  title={Climate Quality Broadband and Narrowband Solar Reflected Radiance Calibration Between Sensors in Orbit},
  author={Bruce A. Wielicki and David R. Doelling and David F. Young and Norman G. Loeb and Donald P. Garber and David G. MacDonnell},
  journal={IGARSS 2008 - 2008 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={I-257-I-260}
}
As the potential impacts of global climate change become more clear [1], the need to determine the accuracy of climate prediction over decade-to-century time scales has become an urgent and critical challenge. The most critical tests of climate model predictions will occur using observations of decadal changes in climate forcing, response, and feedback variables. Many of these key climate variables are observed by remotely sensing the global distribution of reflected solar spectral and… CONTINUE READING

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