Gridded Satellite (GridSat) - Geostationary



Please cite the following article when referencing GridSat B1 data:

  • Knapp, K. R., S. Ansari, C. L. Bain, M. A. Bourassa, M. J. Dickinson, C. Funk, C. N. Helms, C. C. Hennon, C. D. Holmes, G. J. Huffman, J. P. Kossin, H.-T. Lee, A. Loew, and G. Magnusdottir, 2011:
    Globally gridded satellite (GridSat) observations for climate studies.
    Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, In Press.
    non-gonvernment domain doi:10.1175/2011BAMS3039.1

Papers using GridSat-B1 data include:

  • Bain, C. L., J. De Paz, J. Kramer, G. Magnusdottir, P. Smyth, H. Stern, and C.-C. Wang:
    Detection of the ITCZ in the east Pacific using Markov random fields on instantaneous satellite data.
    Journal of Climate, 24, 216-230.
    non-gonvernment domain doi:10.1175/2010JCLI3716.1
  • Hennon, C. C., C. N. Helms, K. R. Knapp, and A. R. Bowen:
    An Objective Algorithm for Detecting and Tracking Tropical Cloud Clusters: Implications for Tropical Cyclogenesis Prediction.
    Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, In Press.
    non-gonvernment domain doi:10.1175/2010JTECHA1522.1
  • Holmes C.D., D.J. Jacob, N. Sarnath, J. Caffrey, W. Landing, S. Rudlosky, H. Fuelberg , E. Edgerton, B. Hoch, K. Knapp:
    Thunderstorms explain high mercury deposition in the Southeast United States,
    in preparation
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