Search Results for: "remote sensing"

Otis Brown

Dr. Otis Brown is the founding Director of NCICS, where he also serves as the Director of the North Carolina location of NOAA’s Cooperative Institute…→

Oct 1, 2015

MODIS: A Decade of Sea Surface Temperatures

Satellite-based instruments are the best tools we have for measuring sea surface temperatures (SSTs) on a global scale, but turning infrared sensor data into accurate…→

Anand Inamdar

Dr. Anand Inamdar is a Research Scholar with NCICS. Since joining NCICS in 2010, Dr. Inamdar has worked on several projects, including calibration of the…→

 
Oct 13, 2016

Alternative Climate Normals Workshop

Alternative Climate Normals and Impacts to the Energy Industry April 24 and 25, 2012 8:30am to 4:30pm Renaissance Hotel (Top of the Plaza Room) 31…→

Feb 5, 2019

Seasonal and Regional Changes in Arctic Sea Ice

Two recent papers by a team of authors, including CICS-NC’s Ge Peng, explore the changing seasonality and regional variability of Arctic sea ice cover. This…→

Feb 21, 2018

Arctic Sea Ice Trends and Projections

Researchers from CICS-NC and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill used satellite data and various statistical models to analyze trends in Arctic sea ice…→

 
Oct 12, 2016

CICS-NC at AMS 2015

CICS-NC at AMS 2015 The Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites-North Carolina (CICS-NC) will have a strong presence at the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting,…→

Feb 27, 2015

PERSIANN: Climate Data Record and Smartphone App

The Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (CHRS) at the University of California, Irvine, a partner of CICS-NC, has developed a smartphone/tablet application called “RainMapper”…→

Jared Rennie

Jared Rennie is a research meteorologist at NCICS, which is co-located with NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) in Asheville, NC. He joined NCICS…→

Apr 16, 2013

Calibration and Validation of Geostationary Satellite Visible Imagery

Meteorological satellites operating in geostationary orbits around the Earth (Fig. 1) provide us with observations of the Earth’s surface and clouds since the early 1970’s.…→