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Precipitation estimation using collocated GOES satellite and surface data

David W. Rust

Precipitation estimation using collocated GOES satellite and surface data

by David W. Rust

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      Satellite Precipitation Estimate Messages (SPENES) Satellite-derived precipitation estimates (SPE’s) and satellite-based trend guidance are provided to the National Weather Service (NWS) when heavy convective rain threatens to produce flash flooding over the lower 48 states, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. [6] NOAA’s new generation GOES‐R satellite is sched-uled to be launched in The proposed Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) on GOES‐R will be used to estimate precipitation operationally. To improve the detection and estimation of warm rain from the ABI, data from NASA’s A‐Train satellite constellation is used in this study to.

      Bellerby, T., M. Todd, D. Kniveton, and C. Kidd, Rainfall estimation from a combination of TRMM Precipitation Radar and GOES multi-spectral satellite imagery through the use of an artificial neural network. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 39, – CrossRef Google Scholar. TRMM satellite, with advanced precipitation instruments and expanded coverage of Earth’s surface. The GPM Core will carry two instruments: the GPM Microwave Imager (GMI) and Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar (DPR). These instruments will collect improved observations that will allow scientists to better “see” inside clouds.

    Jiao Wang, Bo-Hui Tang, Xiao-Yu Zhang, Hua Wu, Zhao-Liang Li, Estimation of Surface Longwave Radiation over the Tibetan Plateau Region Using MODIS Data for Cloud-Free Skies, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, /JSTARS, 7, 9, (), (). histograms”; Huffman et al. ). This data set also includes GOES Precipitation Index (GPI; Arkin and Meisner ) estimates computed from leo-IR data recorded by the NOAA satellite series, averaged to the 1°x1° grid. The TMPA fills gaps in the geo-IR coverage with these data, most notably before June in the Indian Ocean sector.


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Precipitation estimation using collocated GOES satellite and surface data by David W. Rust Download PDF EPUB FB2

Precipitation estimation using collocated GOES satellite and surface data. Rust, David W. CollocatedGOESSatelliteand SurfaceData Master 'sThesis December NUMBER 7. Thedefinitionsforclear,scattered,broken,and overcastareasdefinedthe 1 andthe and satellitedata and precipitation of-of.

and U.S. data. The separation of precipitation from non-precipitation events using a matrix of GOES-E digitized infrared and visual satellite data was studied. Precipitation verification was Ono, conducted with collocated surface observations. The data set consists of 70, surface observations of wh have collocated satellite data.

Precipitation estimation using collocated GOES satellite and surface data. By David W. Rust. Download PDF (4 MB)Author: David W. Rust. Precipitation in semi-arid countries such as Iran is one of the most important elements for all aspects of human life.

In areas with sparse ground-based precipitation observation networks, the reliable high spatial and temporal resolution of satellite-based precipitation estimation might be the best source for meteorological and hydrological by: There are various satellite products available for rainfall estimation, I would suggest to go with TRMM data (rainfall value in variable resolution available), you can also use the data provided.

There is a continuing need for high-resolution satellite rainfall products to supplement limited surface-based monitoring networks for regional hydrology and to provide global cal.

Using the collocated level-1 products, a set of cloud and precipitation features is defined using the criteria listed in Table 1. In addition to the prior PF definition (Nesbitt et al. ), two “pure” precipitation feature definitions are introduced by contiguous 2A25 near-surface raining pixels (RPFs) and contiguous 2A12 surface.

Satellite-Based Precipitation Estimation and Its Application for Streamflow Prediction over Mountainous Western U.S.

Basins ALI BEHRANGI,KONSTANTINOS ANDREADIS,JOSHUA B. FISHER, TURK, STEPHANIE GRANGER,THOMAS PAINTER, AND NARENDRA DAS Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.

Precipitation is a critical input for hydrologic simulation and prediction, and is widely used for agriculture, water resources management, and prediction of flood and drought, among other activities (Wu et al. ; Hong et al. ; Kucera et al.

).Precipitation is commonly measured by ground-based instruments (e.g., radar or rain gauge), but such instruments are sparse in time and space.

The TRMM Multi-Satellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA) George J. Huffman, Robert F. Adler, David T. Bolvin, and Eric J.

Nelkin Abstract The Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Multi-satellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA) is intended to provide a “best” estimate of quasi. Classification of precipitating clouds using satellite infrared observations and its implications for rainfall estimation Precipitation estimates from satellite infrared (IR) radiometers are typically based on cloud top temperatures.

non‐shallow‐tall and (c,f,i,l) non‐shallow‐taller clouds) obtained from the collocated data for. The TRMM daily precipitation data include both microwave and infrared data and have been corrected by ground precipitation data provided by the Global Precipitation Climatology Centre (GPCC).

The TRMM data are available approximately 10–15 days after the end of each month. The TRMM products range from January to present time. The estimation of precipitation (rainfall and snowfall) derived from satellite sensors is now an integral part of monitoring the Earth system. The main advantage of using Earth observation datasets for precipitation estimation is the global perspective that satellites provide.

Artificial Neural Network (ANN) models, which contain flexible architectures and are capable of discerning the underlying functional relationships from data, are recognized as very useful tools in geophysical applications. In this study, we demonstrate a hybrid ANN modeling system to estimate surface rainfall from satellite infrared imagery.

The proposed network, Precipitation Estimation from. The high sensitivity of CPR allows estimation of snow rate, an important type of precipitation at high latitudes, not directly observed in current merged precipitation products.

Using the merged precipitation estimate from the CloudSat, TRMM, and Aqua platforms (this estimate is abbreviated to MCTA), the authors’ estimate for 3-yr (– In order to investigate the relationship between cloud water and precipitation intensity in mature typhoon systems, the team obtained 25 collocated satellite overpasses of mature typhoon cases in.

Negin Hayatbini, Bailey Kong, Kuo-lin Hsu, Phu Nguyen, Soroosh Sorooshian, Graeme Stephens, Charless Fowlkes, Ramakrishna Nemani, Conditional Generative Adversarial Networks (cGANs) for Near Real-Time Precipitation Estimation from Multispectral GOES Satellite Imageries—PERSIANN-cGAN, Remote Sensing, /rs, 11, 19, (), ().

It rather suggests that cloud parameters aodradar data provide relatively independent pieces nfinformation about precipitating Precipitation Estimation AT5 thus there is a potential I their combined use to improve the accuracy of prv eci Fig.

2 Satellite cloud parameters and 10 cm radar echoes on 19 July at UTC To evaluate the. All GOES-R Series ABI L1b Radiance, Cloud and Moisture Imagery Products, and GLM L2 data is currently available in cloud infrastructures.

Satellite Data Access by Dataset NCEI archives numerous datasets such as sea surface temperature and cloud data. Satellite Data Access by Satellite and Instrument Access to datasets is sorted by satellite and. Israel is located in the East Mediterranean, near the Sinai and Saudi Arabia deserts, and is characterized by a semi-arid climate.

The local PM monitoring network is distributed heterogeneously over the country, mostly around the major populated areas (Fig.

1a). Using univariate linear regressions to explore the relationships between daily PM concentrations and collocated satellite.

a measure of the diurnal variation of surface heating. All geophysical parameters used to compute OLR are derived from an analysis of the HIRS2/MSU sounding data.

The derived global precipitation estimates show good agreement with collocated raingauge data over land. The correlation coefficient between the precipitation estimates derived using.The SMAP-SSS L2C product includes data for a range of parameters: derived sea surface salinity (SSS) with SSS-uncertainty, brightness temperatures for each radiometer polarization, antenna temperatures, collocated wind speed, data and ancillary reference surface salinity data from HYCOM, rain rate, quality flags, and navigation data.Operational Satellite Rainfall Estimate Text Product.

This information is also available in PDF format. Purpose. The operational Quantitative Precipitation Estimate (QPE) text product is intended to provide, on an event-driven basis, a tabular depiction of satellite rainfall QPE for tropical cyclones and pre-tropical cyclone disturbances.