HAMSTRAD-Tropo, A 183-GHz Radiometer Dedicated to Sound Tropospheric Water Vapor Over Concordia Station, Antarctica

@article{Ricaud2010HAMSTRADTropoA1,
  title={HAMSTRAD-Tropo, A 183-GHz Radiometer Dedicated to Sound Tropospheric Water Vapor Over Concordia Station, Antarctica},
  author={Philippe Ricaud and Benjamin Gabard and Solene Derrien and Jean-Pierre Chaboureau and Thomas Rose and Andreas Mombauer and Harald Czekala},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={1365-1380}
}
The H2O Antarctica Microwave Stratospheric and Tropospheric Radiometers (HAMSTRAD) program aims to develop two ground-based microwave radiometers to sound tropospheric and stratospheric water vapor (H2O) above Dome C (Concordia Station), Antarctica (75°06' S, 123°21'E, 3233 m asml), an extremely cold and dry environment, over decades. By using state-of-the-art technology, the HAMSTRAD-Tropo radiometer uses spectral information in the domains 51-59 GHz (oxygen line) and 169-197 GHz (water vapor… CONTINUE READING

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