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Air and sea surface temperature measurements using a 60-GHz microwave rotating radiometer

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4 Author(s)
Trokhimovski, Y.G. ; Environ. Technol. Lab., NOAA, Boulder, CO, USA ; Westwater, E.R. ; Yong Han ; Leuski, V.Y.

Data obtained from a single-channel scanning 5 mm radiometer on a research vessel were used for the study of sea surface temperature and lower-atmospheric temperature; profiles under neutral, weakly stable, and unstable conditions. Comparisons with in situ air and water temperature measurements, dropsonde temperature data, radiosonde data, and VV Ku-band side-looking radar images are presented. The technique based on 5-mm measurements determines the air-skin water (skin depth of 0.3 mm) temperature difference with an accuracy of the order of 0.1 K. Analysis of the experimental data suggests that the air-skin water temperature difference depends weakly on solar heating and wind speed V for 2.5<V<9 m/s

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Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 1 )