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STRATEGIES FOR DETERMINING CLEAR SKY FLUXES FROM GERB J E Russell1
 

Summary: STRATEGIES FOR DETERMINING CLEAR SKY FLUXES FROM GERB
DATA
J E Russell1
, J M Futyan1
, R P Allan2
, J E Harries1
, A Slingo2
, S Dewitte3
and N Clerbaux3
1
Space and Atmospheric Physics, Imperial College London
2
ESSC, Reading University
3
Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium
ABSTRACT
The Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget (GERB) instrument on MSG-1 (Meteosat-8), measures the
outgoing longwave and reflected solar energy every 15 minutes for the whole of the MSG region. These
data, which are the first high accuracy broadband measurements at such high temporal resolution, will be
presented both as instantaneous radiances and fluxes and averaged into monthly means for all data points

  

Source: Allan, Richard P. - Department of Meteorology, University of Reading

 

Collections: Geosciences