Use of spectral differential reflectivity at remote sensing of precipitation

  title={Use of spectral differential reflectivity at remote sensing of precipitation},
  author={V G Marchuk and F. J. Yanovsky},
  journal={2008 Microwaves, Radar and Remote Sensing Symposium},
Recent advances in the radar system design allow to perform Doppler and polarimetric measurements simultaneously. This paper considers behavior of a Doppler-polarimetric parameter - spectral differential reflectivity and its characteristics. Slope of differential reflectivity which is connected with turbulence intensity in rain zone is considered using real data processing. 

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