METEOSAT


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METEOSATMeteorological Satellite
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"Automatic Classification of Clouds on METEOSAT Imagery: Application to High-Level Clouds", Journal of Applied Meteorology, 21 (3) :401-412.
Lagouarde, "The possible applications of Meteosat for monitoring the rain season in the Sahel zone: The case of Senegal," Advances in Space Research, vol.
Cony et al., "Solar radiation estimations over India using Meteosat satellite images," Solar Energy, vol.
The Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) program will expand into the 2020-2040 timeframe and massively improve the services currently delivered by the Meteosat Second Generation series in support of nowcasting and very short-range forecasting of high impact weather over Europe and Africa.
2012), noise maps, UV index and METEOSAT data, green space estimates, as well as walkability, building density, and bike lane map information for the built environment (Table 2).
Connor, "Estimating surface air temperatures, from Meteosat land surface temperatures, using an empirical solar zenith angle model," International Journal of Remote Sensing, vol.
Coastal upwelling and mesoscale winds are studied using daily 25 km NOAA SST data [47], 25 km J-OFURO reanalysis [48], satellite scatterometer measurements from QuikSCAT and ASCAT, and 4 km Meteosat infrared imagery.
Modelos de tratamiento de imagenes de satelites geoestacionarios, tales como Meteosat, GOES, MSAT o MSG; estas imagenes son el resultado de la reflexion de los rayos solares en la superficie de la Tierra, por lo que ya llevan implicitos los posibles efectos de la topografia asi como de los principales fenomenos atmosfericos que se producen cuando los rayos solares atraviesan la atmosfera.
In the 1960s, the satellite revolution provided a quantum leap in weather forecasting providing a bird's-eye of how the atmosphere moves and in 1977 the first European weather satellite, Meteosat 1, was launched - once again pushing forward the boundaries of meteorology.
Data from Meteosat second generation, a geostationary weather satellite, and SPOT, which provides data on vegetation, are available throughout Africa on free receiving stations provided by the European Union.