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C., 1994: Sensitivity of AN/SPY-IB propagation to evaporation duct heights. JHU/APL Tech.
5, and the blue vertical lines stand for the actual evaporation duct height of synthesized radar sea clutter power.
Since the evaporation ducts can affect the propagation characteristics of GPS signals at very low angles and the extent of this effect varies with different EDH, inferring evaporation duct height from the ground-based GPS occultation signals is possible.
A novel method for inferring the evaporation duct height (EDH) from ground-based occultation GPS signal power has been presented.
[7.] Zhao, X., "Evaporation duct height estimation and source localization from field measurements at an array of radio receivers," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
Zhao, et al., "A passive technique to monitor evaporation duct height using coastal GNSS-R," IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol.
8), along with the computed modified refractivity (at a height of 10 m) and evaporation duct height. The shape and height of the evaporation duct was diagnosed by first computing high-resolution (1-m vertical spacing) Monin-Obukhov surface-layer profiles of temperature and specific humidity.
The trend in evaporation duct height closely follows that of wind speed, with weaker wind speeds producing weaker surface fluxes and resulting in a smaller vertical gradient and hence lower evaporation duct heights.
The models show some consistency in evaporation duct height trends over the 4 days with a decrease to around 8 m near 2000 UTC 4 December (0600 LT 5 December) before rebounding to heights near 14 m during the day (Fig.
From the evolution of evaporation duct heights (Fig.
Wang, "Retrieving evaporation duct heights from radar sea clutter using particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm," Progress in Electromagnetics Research M, vol.