Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

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Associated Title(s): Journal of Geophysical Research

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  • False Color Images from SEVIRI Data for 6 May 2010

    False Color Images from SEVIRI Data for 6 May 2010

    Brightness temperature difference (BTD) for the processed IASI image. The data are BT(10.65 µm)–BT(12.0 µm), shown in Kelvin.

  • Combination of Satellite-derived Data Sets of Top-of-Atmosphere Solar Fluxes and Surface Albedo

    Combination of Satellite-derived Data Sets of Top-of-Atmosphere Solar Fluxes and Surface Albedo

    Basic idea of method: Combination of satellite-derived data sets of top-of-atmosphere solar fluxes and surface albedo (area averages) with ground-based observations (point measurements) of surface solar radiation. The used data sets together with their spatial resolution are indicated as well. See respective sections for further details.

  • The Composite Pattern of SSTs

    The Composite Pattern of SSTs

    The composite pattern of SSTs in July between the late and early wet season onset years. Significant difference based on one-way analysis of variance test is shown in shading areas. The boxes represent the domains for Niño 3, Niño 4, NTA, and STA.

  • Locations of Paleomonsoon Records

    Locations of Paleomonsoon Records

    Locations of paleomonsoon records synthesized in this study (sites marked with numbers for high-resolution records and with lowercase letters for low-resolution records). The dominant circulation systems (arrows with uppercase letters) of the Westerlies (a), Indian summer monsoon (b), and East Asian summer monsoon (c) are also shown. The modern Asian summer monsoon limit (thick dashed line, d) is summarized from Chen et al. [2008].

  • Map of Southeastern China Colored by Population Density

    Map of Southeastern China Colored by Population Density

    Map of southeastern China colored by population density (km−2). The measurement location (Zhongshan) is labeled. Data source: Socioeconomic data and application center of the Columbia University.

  • PCW-PHEOS-FTS Observational Coverage From Two Satellites

    PCW-PHEOS-FTS Observational Coverage From Two Satellites

    PCW-PHEOS-FTS observational coverage from two satellites in a 16 h TAP orbit showing the Fields of Regard (FORs) corresponding to the three apogees, which are centered on (95°W, 64°N), (25°E, 64°N), and (145°E, 64°N). Each square within a FOR is observed with a field of view (FOV) consisting of a 56 × 56 array of 10 × 10 km2 pixels.

  • Possible Sources of the Radical Precursors

    Possible Sources of the Radical Precursors

    Possible sources of the radical precursors, formaldehyde (HCHO) and nitrous acid (HONO). These include combustion emissions from stationary and mobile sources, and heterogeneous conversion of NOx on ground, urban canopy, and particulate matter surfaces in the presence of sunlight or in the dark.

  • False Color Images from SEVIRI Data for 6 May 2010
  • Combination of Satellite-derived Data Sets of Top-of-Atmosphere Solar Fluxes and Surface Albedo
  • The Composite Pattern of SSTs
  • Locations of Paleomonsoon Records
  • Map of Southeastern China Colored by Population Density
  • PCW-PHEOS-FTS Observational Coverage From Two Satellites
  • Possible Sources of the Radical Precursors

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