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Poster of the 3rd User Workshop 2010 (06 - 08 Sept 2010)

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WMO CCl OPACE 2 Task Team on National Climate Monitoring ProductsBooneeady_WMO_CCI_climate_monitoring (PDF, 73KB, Barrier-free file)John Kennedy1, Ladislaus B. Chang’a2, Derek Arndt3, Raj Booneeady4, Olga Bulygina5, Mesut Demircan6, Mohammad Semawi7, Andrew Watkins8 1 UK Met Office, 2 Tanzania Meteorological Agency, 3 NOAA, 4 Mauritius Meteorological Services, 5 All-Russian Research Institute of Hydrometeorological Information, 6 Turkish State Meteorological Service, 7 Jordan Meteorological Department, 8 National Climate Centre Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
The CM SAF Members and EUMETSAT Member and Cooperating StatesCMSAF_EUMETSAT_members (PDF, 168KB, Barrier-free file)M. Werscheck CM SAF Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
CM SAF: NETWORKINGCMSAF_networking (PDF, 469KB, Barrier-free file)M. Werscheck CM SAF Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
CM SAF‘s Thematic Climate Data RecordsCMSAF_operations_CDR.pdf (PDF, 183KB, Barrier-free file)
Overview on processing activities at CM SAFCMSAF_operations_processing_activities (PDF, 149KB, Barrier-free file)
How to get CM SAF products – our Web User Interface and User Help DeskCMSAF_operations_WUI (PDF, 209KB, Barrier-free file)
Operational Climate Monitoring CM SAF from space: The Satellite Application Facility on ClimateCMSAF_overview (PDF, 2MB, Barrier-free file)
Projects@Division Satellite Based Climate MonitoringCMSAF_project_overview (PDF, 361KB, Barrier-free file)M. Werscheck CM SAF, Germany
The Training Activities of the Satellite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring (CM SAF)CMSAF_training (PDF, 216KB, Barrier-free file)
ESA WACMOS Water Vapour ProductsHungershoefer_ESA_WACMOS_HCP (PDF, 206KB, Barrier-free file)Katja Hungershöfer1, Marc Schröder1 and Jörg Schulz2 1 Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach 2 EUMETSAT, Darmstadt
Properties of CM SAF's cloud products - a statistical analysis -Kniffka_CMSAF_CLD (PDF, 776KB, Barrier-free file)A.Kniffka, M. Lockhoff, R. Hollmann, R. Weber CM SAF Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
The European Reanalysis And Monitoring Project – EURO4MLenhardt_EURO4M_climate_monitoring (PDF, 522KB, Barrier-free file)J. Lenhardt, R. Müller, C. Träger-Chatterjee, J. Trentmann Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
ANALYSIS OF PRECIPITABLE WATER OBTAINED BY SUMMING CM-SAF HLW PRODUCTMalmusi_UniModena_HCP (PDF, 323KB, Barrier-free file)S. Malmusi, M. Boccolari University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy Department of Engineering of Materials and Environment
The Surface Radiation @ CM SAF : Status and PlansMueller_CMSAF_RADstat (PDF, 143KB, Barrier-free file)R. Mueller1, C. Träger-Chatterjee1, J. Trentmann1, R. Posselt2, R. Stöckli2, A. Riihelhä3, T. Manninen3 1Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany, 2MeteoSwiss, Switzerland, 3Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finnland
Validation of the Climate-SAF surface broadband albedo product over the ArcticRiihela_FMI_RAD (PDF, 143KB, Barrier-free file)Aku Riihelä1, Vesa Laine1, Terhikki Manninen1, Timo Palo2, Timo Vihma1 1) Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland. Corresponding author: aku.riihela@fmi.fi 2) Department of Geography, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
The ESA DUE GlobVapour ProjectSchneider_ESA_GLOBVAPOUR_HCP (PDF, 206KB, Barrier-free file)Marc Schröder, Nadine Schneider, Martin Stengel and Theo Steenbergen Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach am Main, Germany
Current CM SAF water vapour, wind, and temperature productsSchroeder_CMSAF_HCP (PDF, 292KB, Barrier-free file)Marc Schröder, Nathalie Courcoux and Karsten Fennig Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
CM SAF: Future climate monitoring activities related to the water and energy cycleSchroeder_CMSAF_HCP_future (PDF, 292KB, Barrier-free file)Marc Schröder, Nathalie Courcoux and Karsten Fennig CM SAF Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
A Climate Classification based on Satellite derived Surface Radiation Data -and a comparison with classic Climate ClassificationsStoekler_UniTuebingen_RAD (PDF, 305KB, Barrier-free file)Steffen Stökler1,2, Hans-Joachim Rosner1, Rainer Hollmann2, Jörg Trentmann2 1Geographisches Institut, Universität Tübingen 2 Satellite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring, Deutscher Wetterdienst
The Surface Radiation Budget: An evaluation of Climate Data Records of the solar irradianceTrentmann_CMSAF_RAD_Shortwave (PDF, 280KB, Barrier-free file)J. Trentmann1, C. Träger-Chatterjee1, R. Müller1, R. Posselt2, R. Stöckli2 1CM SAF Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany, 2MeteoSwiss, Switzerland
Evaluating the effect of integrating satellite and topographic data into gridding monthly sunshine duration in RomaniaDumitrescu_meteoromania_radiation (PDF, 8MB, Barrier-free file)Alexandru DUMITRESCU National Meteorological Administration, Bucharest, Romania 97 Sos. Bucuresti-Ploiesti, Sect. 1, Bucharest, Romania
Comparison of CM SAF SIS and Surface Radiation Data of Turkey, in 2006Karakoc_DMI_radiation (PDF, 277KB, Barrier-free file)E. Karakoc1, S. Sensoy1, I. Balta1, C. Träger-Chatterjeer2 1Turkish State Meteorological Service, Ankara, Turkey, 2 EUMETSAT, CM SAF Climate Monitoring, Bonn, Germany,
Calibrating an Atmospheric Model using the PVGIS Database: International Solar Information Solutions solar analysis methodLee_ISIS_PVGIS_database (PDF, 4MB, Barrier-free file)Daniel Lee, Philipps University of Marburg Department of Geography
The CM SAF satellite-derived climate data record of global radiationPosselt_Meteoswiss_SISCDR (PDF, 4MB, Barrier-free file)R. Posselt1, R. Müller2, R. Stöckli1, J. Trentmann2 1 Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss, Climate Services-Climate Analysis, Zürich, Switzerland 2 Deutscher Wetterdienst DWD, CM SAF, Offenbach, Germany

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