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He, J.Y., Zhang, S.W. and Wang, Z.Z. (2015) Advanced Microwave Atmospheric Sounder (AMAS) Channel Specifications and T/V Calibration Results on FY-3C Satellite. Transactions on Geophysicas and Remote Sensing, 53, No. 1.

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  • TITLE: Profile and Precipitation Retrievals and Validation Based on Geostationary Sub-Millimeter Atmospheric Sounder

    AUTHORS: Jieying He, Shengwei Zhang, Hao Liu, Ying Zhang

    KEYWORDS: Atmospheric, Profile, Precipitation, Geostationary Sub-Millimetre Atmospheric Sounder, Neural Network

    JOURNAL NAME: Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol.6 No.3, June 29, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The key factors of temporal and spatial resolution for typhoon observation played an important role in the design of radiometer used for observing typhoon. The NCEP (National Centres for Environmental Prediction) operational global analysis data prepared operationally every six hours were used as the initial field for mesoscale weather research and forecasting model (WRF) and drove the model to output atmospheric parameters such as hydrometeor content, temperature and humidity profiles at different time, which were inputs for the Atmospheric Radiative Transfer Simulator (ARTS) to calculate brightness temperature observed from geostationary earth orbit at oxygen absorption and water absorption band. The atmospheric humidity and temperature profiles of typhoon domain were retrieved from geostationary sub-millimetre atmospheric sounder. The results show that the profile retrievals using BP-NN algorithm have a best agreement with those from radiosonde, which is less than 20% and 1 K of root mean square error, respectively. For precipitation rate retrievals, much better agreement with rain gauge and ECMWF datasets, the RMS is between 0.84 to 32.4 mm/h for sea surface 0.89 and 36.13 mm/h for land surface according to the classification by precipitation type.