Modeling the Zeeman effect in high-altitude SSMIS channels for numerical weather prediction profiles: comparing a fast model and a line-by-line model

@inproceedings{Larsson2016ModelingTZ,
  title={Modeling the Zeeman effect in high-altitude SSMIS channels for numerical weather prediction profiles: comparing a fast model and a line-by-line model},
  author={Richard St{\aa}lnacke Larsson and Mathias Milz and Peter J. Rayer and Roger W. Saunders and William Patrick Bell and Anna May Booton and Stephan Buehler and Patrick Eriksson and Viju O. John},
  year={2016}
}
We present a comparison of a reference and a fast radiative transfer model using numerical weather prediction profiles for the Zeeman-affected high altitude Special Sensor Microwave Imager/Sounder ... 
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