Tag: Remote Sensing

Sep 1, 2016

Obs4MIPS: Connecting Models and Observations

A key part of the validation and assessment of any climate model is to start the model at some time in the past, run it…

Linda Copley

Scientific Algorithms

Linda Copley joined NCICS in March 2012, where she is a software engineer with the Assessments Technical Support Unit. Currently, Ms. Copley is working with…

Ge Peng

Satellite Product Characterization, Calibration and Validation

Dr. Ge Peng joined NCICS as a Research Scholar in March 2012. She is currently leading the development of climate normals of Arctic sea ice…

Jessica Matthews

Applied Mathematics, Land surface modeling

Having joined NCICS in 2010, Dr. Jessica Matthews is a member of the NCICS leadership team, supervising roughly a third of the institute staff. In…

Olivier Prat

Quantitative Precipitation Estimation

Since joining NCICS in 2010, Dr. Olivier Prat has worked on quantitative precipitation estimates (QPEs) derived from satellite, radar, and surface observations with a focus…

Anand Inamdar

AVHRR/ISCCP Processing and Analysis

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…

Otis Brown

Satellite Remote Sensing, Climate Policy, Engagement, Resilience

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…

Mar 25, 2016

Algorithm Development of Temperature and Humidity Profile Retrievals for Long-Term HIRS Observations

CICS-NC’s Jessica Matthews is a coauthor on a paper in Remote Sensing describing an algorithm for deriving vertical temperature and humidity profiles from the High-resolution…

Mar 22, 2016

A 30+ Year AVHRR LAI and FAPAR Climate Data Record: Algorithm Description and Validation

CICS-NC’s Jessica Matthews contributed to a paper in Remote Sensing that describes the development of an important new global vegetation data set. This new NOAA…

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…