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The data processing and application of Chinese FY-3 satellites

26-12-2012Source:China Meteorological News Press

The IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing published a special issue on the Chinese FENGYUN(FY)-3 satellite instrument calibration and application in December, 2012. For more:  http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/RecentIssue.jsp?punumber=36


The global true color mosaic image of FY-3A MEdium Resolution Spectral Imager (MERSI) on July 19, 2008. Red: b3 (0.65  m); Green: b2 (0.55 m); Blue: b1 (0.47 m).

 

The following are PDF articles of this issue:  
 

 


Introduction to the Special Issue on the Chinese FengYun-3 Satellite Instrument Calibration and Applications.pdf

Absolute Radiometric Calibration of Earth Radiation Measurement on FY-3B and Its Comparison With CERES Aqua Data.pdf

An Assessment of the FY-3A Microwave Temperature Sounder Using the NCEP Numerical Weather Prediction Model.pdf

Calibration Analyses for Sounding Channels of MWHS Onboard FY-3A.pdf

Calibration and Validation of the InfraRed Atmospheric Sounder Onboard the FY3B Satellite.pdf

Calibration for the Solar Reflective Bands of Medium Resolution Spectral Imager Onboard FY-3A.pdf

Cross-Calibration of the Total Ozone Unit (TOU) With the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) and SBUV 2 for Environmental Appl.pdf

Environmental Data Records From FengYun-3B Microwave Radiation Imager.pdf

Fengyun-3B MicroWave Humidity Sounder (MWHS) Data Noise Characterization and Filtering Using Principle Component Analysis.pdf

Long-Term Calibration and Accuracy Assessment of the FengYun-3 Microwave Temperature Sounder Radiance Measurements.pdf

Multisite Calibration Tracking for FY-3A MERSI Solar Bands.pdf

Overview of FY-3 Payload and Ground Application System.pdf

Quality Assessments of Chinese FengYun-3B Microwave Temperature Sounder (MWTS) Measurements.pdf

Radiometric Calibration of the Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Sounder and Validation of Ozone Profile Retrievals.pdf

The Capabilities and Applications of FY-3A B SEM on Monitoring Space Weather Events.pdf