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Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a 10-year data set

Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a 10-year data set

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Terrestrial radiation.,
  • Annual variations.,
  • Climate.,
  • Harmonic functions.,
  • Orthogonal functions.,
  • Planetary waves.,
  • Radiometers.,
  • Spectra.,
  • Weather.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. Dale Bess ... [et al.] ; submitted to Journal of climate.
    SeriesNASA-TM -- 103465., NASA technical memorandum -- 103465.
    ContributionsBess, T. Dale, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination28, [14] leaves
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15423548M

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Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a 10-year data set Download PDF EPUB FB2

Annual and interannual variations of Earth-emitted radiation based on a year data set Article (PDF Available) February with 40 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Earth‐emitted radiation varies in space and time due to variations of atmospheric and surface temperature, clouds, and water vapor.

The method of empirical orthogonal functions (EOFs) Cited by:   Earth-emitted radiation varies in space and time due to variations of atmospheric and surface temperature, clouds, and water vapor. The method of empirical orthogonal functions (EOFs) has been applied to a year data set of outgoing longwave radiation to study this by: The method of empirical orthogonal functions (EOF) was applied to a year data set of outgoing longwave radiation.

Spherical harmonic functions are used as a basis set for producing equal area map results. The following findings are noted. The first EOF accounts for 66 percent of the variance. Spherical harmonic functions are used as a basis set for producing equal area map results.

The first EOF accounts for 66 percent of the variance. After that, each EOF accounts for only a small variance, forming a slowly converging series. The first two EOFs describe mainly the annual cycle. Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a year data set By T. Bess, Thomas P.

Charlock, G. Smith and Fred G. Rose Abstract. Comment on ``Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a year data set'' by T. Bess et al. Authors: Hense, Andreas: Publication: Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, Vol Issue D10, pp.

18, (JGR Homepage) Publication Date: 10/ Origin: AGU; WILEY: Keywords. Annual-mean maps of (a) ASR, (b) OLR, and (c) net radiation (W m −2). Figure 1b is a map of the annual-mean OLR, and the global annual mean is W m −2. Like the annual-mean ASR, the main pattern is zonal in the extratropics, but cloud effects are prominent elsewhere.

Annual and interannual variations of Earth‐emitted radiation based on a 10‐year data set. Dale Bess; G. Louis Smith; Thomas P. Charlock; Fred G. Rose; Pages: ; First Published: 20. TD Bess GL Smith TP Charlock FG Rose () ArticleTitle Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a 10 year data set.

Annual and interannual variations of earth-emitted radiation based on a year data set. [T Dale Bess; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Therefore, mean meridional circulations are not greatly altered by albedo anomalies on an annual time scale, which in turn provides small interannual variability of the global mean albedo.

Keywords: Interannual variability ; Radiation budgets ; Albedo ; Climatology ; Energy transport. ANNUAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIATIONS OF EARTH-EMITTED RADIATION BASED ON A YEAR DATA SET T. Dale Bess I, G. Louis Smith I, Thomas P.

Charlock I, and Fred G. Rose 2 Abstract The method of empirical orthogonal functions (EOF) has been applied to a year data set of outgoing longwave radiation. Spherical. Bess TD, Smith GL, Charlock TP () Annual and interannual variation of Earth-emitted radiation based on a year data set.

J Geophys Res – phenological observations to analyse their interannual variations in Germany,Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Kühl, ''Annual and interannual variability of Earth emitted radiation based on a year data set '' by T.D.

Bess et al., s. Res., 98, D10, Annual and interannual variations of absorbed solar radiation (ASR) are studied using the year earth radiation budget data set from the Nimbus-6 and Nimbus-7 earth radiation budget instruments. The effect of solar radiation variations on the climate of the Earth By M.

BUDYKO, Main Geophysical Observatory, Leningrad, M. Spasskaja 7 (Manuscript received Septemrevised version Decem ) ABSTRACT It follows from the analysis of observation data that secular variation.

STUDIES OF THE SOLAR CLIMATE OF THE EARTH include: 1) Analysis of solar radiation coming to the terrestrial ellipsoid surface in the absence of the atmosphere and analysis of its spatial and time variations (solar climate of the Earth). Measured radiation data is represented as database fragments.

Download of lecture video (MP4, MB) surface radiation balance; for todays "pen and paper exercice" see under the tab exercice; Earth Radiation Balance over Earth's history and decadal climate change.

Download of lecture slides (PDF, MB) from ; Download of lecture video (MP4, MB) Part 1: Earth radiation balance over. All ERBE data run through the calendar months from January to December so that annual variations in the measured variable can be appreciated.

Use the drop-down menus to look at the data as colored contoured values, outline the continents by "drawing coasts," and then set. R.E. Dickinson, in World Survey of Climatology, Earth Radiation Budget Satellite measurements. Earth Radiation Budget (ERB) missions (as reviewed by Harrison et al., ) make measurements of the integrated energy reflection and emission by the Earth system (no resolution into individual wavelengths except for a separation between solar and terrestrial radiation).Two decades of near‐continuous measurements of earth radiation budget data from satellites have made significant contributions to our understanding of the global mean climate, the greenhouse effect, the meridional radiative heating that drives the general circulation, the influence of radiative heating on regional climate, and climate feedback processes.5.

APPLCATIONS OF DATA Figure 3 shows a time line with the various broadband radiation budget radiometers. The ERB WFOV radiometers of Nimbus 6 and 7 provided a Fig. 3. Time line of radiation data sets data set from thoughgiving 2 years of overlapping data with the ERBS WFOV.

The total period covered by the ERB and ERBS together is.