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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 7088

Remote Sensing Applications for Aviation Weather Hazard Detection and Decision Support
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 7088
Date Published: 22 August 2008
Softcover: 17 papers (204) pages
ISBN: 9780819473080

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Front Matter: Volume 7088
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Sensor performance considerations for aviation weather observations for the NOAA Consolidated Observations Requirements List (CORL CT-AWX)
Author(s): John Murray; David Helms; Cecilia Miner
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The Fog Remote Sensing and Modeling (FRAM) field project: visibility analysis and remote sensing of fog
Author(s): I. Gultepe; P. Minnis; J. Milbrandt; S. G. Cober; L. Nguyen; C. Flynn; B. Hansen
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Remote detection and diagnosis of thunderstorm turbulence
Author(s): John K. Williams; Robert Sharman; Jason Craig; Gary Blackburn
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Combining observations and model data for short-term storm forecasting
Author(s): John K. Williams; David Ahijevych; Sue Dettling; Matthias Steiner
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Brightness temperature nowcasting for satellite-based short-term prediction of storms: opportunities and challenges
Author(s): Huaqing Cai; Robert Kuligowski; Gyuwon Lee; Nancy Rehak; Gary Cunning; David Albo; Daniel Megenhardt; Matthias Steiner
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Convection diagnosis and nowcasting for oceanic aviation applications
Author(s): Cathy Kessinger; Michael Donovan; Richard Bankert; Earle Williams; Jeffrey Hawkins; Huaqing Cai; Nancy Rehak; Daniel Megenhardt; Matthias Steiner
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Interferometric radiometer for in-flight detection of aviation hazards
Author(s): William L. Smith; Stanislav Kireev; Leanne L. West; Gary G. Gimmestad; Larry Cornman; Wayne Feltz; Glen Perram; Taumi Daniels
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Using the TAMDAR sensor to calculate icing intensity (rate)
Author(s): Jamie T. Braid; Chris S. Flynn
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The use of x-band radar to support the detection of in-flight icing hazards by the NASA Icing Remote Sensing System
Author(s): David J. Serke; Marcia K. Politovich; Andrew L. Reehorst; Andrew Gaydos
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Multi-functional airborne external hazard monitoring radar with antenna diversity
Author(s): Yan Zhang; Robert Palmer; Guifu Zhang; Tian-You Yu; Keith Brewster; Mark Yeary; Ming Xue; Phillip Chilson
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Airborne bistatic radar for external hazard detection and avoidance
Author(s): Roland Lawrence; Omar Torres; George Ganoe; Brett Saywer
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Progress towards the remote sensing of aircraft icing hazards
Author(s): Andrew Reehorst; David Brinker; Marcia Politovich; David Serke; Charles Ryerson; Andrew Pazmany; Frederick Solheim
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Integrated information to support decision makers
Author(s): Daniele Biron; Francesco Zauli; Davide Melfi
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Concept, simulation, and instrumentation for radiometric inflight icing detection
Author(s): Charles C. Ryerson; George G. Koenig; Andrew L. Reehorst; Forrest R. Scott
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Application of support vector machines in cloud detection using EOS/MODIS
Author(s): Hanjie Wang; Yinming He; Hao Guan
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An imaging system based on laser optical feedback for fog vision applications
Author(s): E. Belin; V. Boucher
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Display of an analytical model for backscattered luminance and a full-field range gated imaging system for vision in fog
Author(s): E. Belin; F. Christnecher; F. Taillade; M. Laurenzis
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