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QUASAR
QUality Assessment of SAtellite
and Radiosonde data
CDOP-2 AVS Study 13_03
Noëlle A. SCOTT
On behalf of the ARA/ABC(t)/LMD Team
ARA/ABC(t)/LMDDec 2016
Using the CM SAF CLARA-A1
dataset for improved estimates
of the aerosol direct radiative
forcing
Ana Ruiz
Jan Fokke
Meirink
Twan van Noije
and Ping Wang
LIFTEC-CSIC,
KNMI
Nov 2014
Terrestrial albedo models: Comparing
results from CMSAF EO
data and a GCM
Peter ThejllDKC, Danish
Meteorological Institute,
Copenhagen, Denmark
March
2013
Studying aerosol indirect effects by
combining CM-SAF cloud
microphysical property data with
NO2 retrievals
Ruud Dirksen
Fokke Meirink
KNMIFeb 2012
Processing of directional reflectance
measurements from the RASCALS
campaign
Mr. Teemu
Hakala
Finnish Geodetic
Institute
Oct 2011
Evaluation and Assessment of the
CM-SAF Surface Solar Radiation
Climate Data Records
Sven Brinckmann
Bodo Ahrens
Institut für Atmosphäre
und Umwelt
Goethe-Universität
Frankfurt am Main
Aug 2011
Evaluating the diurnal cycle of clouds
using CM-SAF SEVIRI IS/NIR and
TMI microwave retrievals
Seethala
Chellappan
Royal Netherlands
Meteorological Institute,
De Bilt, Netherlands
Max-Planck Institute for
Meteorology, Hamburg,
Germany
June 2011
Assessment of trends and regime
shifts using CM SAF satellite
products
Sebastian
Mieruch
University of BremenMai 2011
Evaluation of a probabilistic cloud
masking algorithm for climate data
record processing: SPARC: a new
scene identification algorithm for
MSG SEVIRI
Fabio Fontana 1
Reto Stockli 2
Stefan Wunderle 3
1 University of Bern
2 MeteoSwiss
3 University of Bern
Oct 2010
Application of CM-SAF cloud and
radiation products to verify surface
cloud radiative effects in climate
models over ocean
Timo Han-
schmann 1
Andreas Macke 1
Rob Roebeling 2
Hartwig Deneke 2
1 Leibniz Institut of
Marine Sciences at Kiel
University (IFM-
GEOMAR)
2 Royal Netherlands
Meteorological Institute
(KNMI)
Sept 2010
Sensitivity of atmospheric models
to sea ice albedo
Bin ChengFinnish Meteorological
Institute, Erik
Palménin aukio 1, PL 2,
00561 Helsinki, Finland
April 2010
Studying the diurnal cycle of clouds
using CM-SAF satellite products
Ralf BennartzAtmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
University of Wisconsin - Madison
April 2010
Showcase on the Use of CMSAF
Data
Diana
Hovhannisyan
University of GenevaMarch
2010
Satellite based short wave irradiance
validation over Africa
Pierre IneichenDepartment of Physics,
Federal University of
Technology, PMB 704,
Akure, Nigeria
Feb 2010
Use of CM-SAF data for climate
variability analysis over Nigeria
B. ADEYEMIDepartment of Physics,
Federal University of
Technology, PMB 704,
Akure, Nigeria
May 2009
Comparison of monthly means of
global total column water vapor
retrieved from independent satellite
observations
S. Mieruch
M. Schröder
S. Noël
and J. Schulz
Oct 2009
Preparation of CM-SAF historic
processing of NOAA GAC data
and PATMOS-x comparisons
Andrew
Heidinger 1
Karl-Göran
Karlsson 2
1 NOAA/NESDIS/ORA,
Madison, Wisconsin,
USA
2 SMHI, Norrköping,
Sweden
Sept 2007
Satellite Application Facilities
irradiance products: hourly time
step comparison and validation
over Europe
Pierre IneichenUniversity of Geneva
Centre Universitaire
d’étude des problèmes
de l’énergie
Jan 2007
Preparation of a global radiation
data set based on the Heliosat
method
Anja Drews Carl von Ossietzky
University Oldenburg
Institute of Physics
Energy and
Semiconductor
Research Laboratory
July 2007
Validation of CM-SAF´s Surface
Incoming Radiation Products
based on Ship Observations
J.Kalisch
and
A. Macke
IFM-GEOMARJune 2008
Preliminary use of CM-SAF cloud
and radiation products for
evaluation of regional climate
simulations
U. WillenSMHI Swedish
Meteorological and
Hydrological Institute
April 2008
Potential Improvements of Retrieval
Methods for Total and Vertically
Resolved Water Vapor Content over
Land Surfaces from SEVIRI
(DVAP-III und DVAP-IV)
R. Bennartz 1
A. Walther 2
M. Stengel 3
1 Atmospheric and
Oceanic Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-
Madison;
2 Space Science and
Engineering Center,
University of Wisconsin-
Madison;
3 SMHI Swedish
Meteorological and
Hydrological Institute
Feb 2008
Climate Mointoring using GRAS
data within the CM-SAF
R. LindauGRAS SAFFeb 2008

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