International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

In 2021 a joint initiative of Belgium and The Netherlands

WE4.O-14: Remote Sensing of Aerosols and Atmospheric Correction II
Wed, 14 Jul, 14:40 - 16:10 (UTC)
Wed, 14 Jul, 16:40 - 18:10 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Wed, 14 Jul, 22:40 - 00:10 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Wed, 14 Jul, 10:40 - 12:10 Eastern Standard Time (UTC -4)
Session Chair: William J. Blackwell, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Session Manager: Xiaohui Pan
Track: Atmosphere Applications

WE4.O-14.2: ANALYSIS OF AERONET EXTENDED WAVELENGTH RETRIEVALS OF AEROSOL ABSORPTION PARAMETERS INCLUDING 380 NM AND 500 NM FOR DETECTION OF BROWN CARBON IN BIOMASS BURNING AND IRON OXIDES IN DESERT DUST

Thomas Eck, USRA/GSFC, United States; Brent Holben, GSFC, United States; Alexander Sinyuk, David Giles, SSAI/GSFC, United States; Antti Arola, FMI, Finland; Jeffrey Reid, NRL, United States; Ilya Slutsker, Joel Schafer, Mikhail Sorokin, Alexander Smirnov, Anthony LaRosa, SSAI/GSFC, United States; Jason Kraft, FiberTek/GSFC, United States

WE4.O-14.3: Deep Neural Network Architecture Search for Emulating Physical Parameterization of Planetary Boundary Layer Height

Phuong Nguyen, Rahul Gite, Zhifeng Yang, Milton Halem, University Of Maryland Baltimore County, United States

WE4.O-14.5: IMPLEMENTING PREFERENTIALLY-ALIGNED PARTICLES IN THE OPENSSP PARTICLE AND SCATTERING DATABASE

Ian Adams, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; Robert Schrom, NASA GSFC and USRA, United States; Stephen Munchak, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; Kwo-Sen Kuo, Rachael Kroodsma, NASA GSFC and ESSIC, United States; Ines Fenni, UCLA and JPL, United States

WE4.O-14.6: Mapping of Stratospheric Intrusion and Polar Vortex Breakup Using Ozone from CrIS SFOV Retrievals and Comparison with Model

Xiaozhen Xiong, Xu Liu, NASA Langley Research Center, United States; Wan Wu, Qiguang Yang, Science Systems & Applications Inc., United States; Jason Welsh, Universities and Space Research Association (USRA), United States; Daniel K. Zhou, NASA Langley Research Center, United States