Real-Time Simulation of the GOES-R ABI for User Readiness and Product Evaluation

@article{Greenwald2016RealTimeSO,
  title={Real-Time Simulation of the GOES-R ABI for User Readiness and Product Evaluation},
  author={Thomas J. Greenwald and R. Bradley Pierce and Todd K. Schaack and Jason A. Otkin and Marek Rogal and Kaba Bah and Allen J. Lenzen and James P. Nelson and Jun Li and Hung-Lung Huang},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={97},
  pages={245-261}
}
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