RTMIPAS : A fast radiative transfer model for the assimilation of infrared limb radiances from MIPAS

@inproceedings{Bormann2005RTMIPASA,
  title={RTMIPAS : A fast radiative transfer model for the assimilation of infrared limb radiances from MIPAS},
  author={Niels Bormann and Sean B. Healy and Marco Matricardi},
  year={2005}
}
An RTTOV-type fast radiative transfer model has been developed for emitted clear-sky limb radiances from the Michelson Interferometer for Passive Atmospheric Sounding (MIPAS) onboard ESA's Envisat. MIPAS is an infrared sounder with very high spectral resolution (0.025 cm, Table 1). It is designed to provide information on the thermal structure and chemical composition of the upper troposphere to lower mesosphere. The fast model is referred to as RTMIPAS, and it has been developed to directly… CONTINUE READING

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