Mixing layer height retrievals by multichannel microwave radiometer observations

@inproceedings{Cimini2013MixingLH,
  title={Mixing layer height retrievals by multichannel microwave radiometer observations},
  author={Domenico Cimini and Francesco De Angelis and J. Dupont and Sandip Pal and Martial P. A. Haeffelin},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract. The mixing layer height (MLH) is a key parameter for boundary layer studies, including meteorology, air quality, and climate. MLH estimates are inferred from in situ radiosonde measurements or remote sensing observations from instruments like lidar, wind profiling radar, or sodar. Methods used to estimate MLH from radiosonde profiles are also used with atmospheric temperature and humidity profiles retrieved by microwave radiometers (MWR). This paper proposes an alternative approach to… CONTINUE READING

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