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A New Algorithm for Sea Fog/Stratus Detection Using GMS-5 IR Data


doi: 10.1007/BF02915513

  • A new algorithm for the detection of fog/stratus over the ocean from the GMS-5 infrared (IR) channel data is presented. The new algorithm uses a clear-sky radiance composite map (CSCM) to compare the hourly observations of the IR radiance. The feasibility of the simple comparison is justified by the theoretical simulations of the fog effect on the measured radiance using a radiative transfer model. The simulation results show that the presence of fog can be detected provided the visibility is worse than 1 k...
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Manuscript received: 10 November 2003
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A New Algorithm for Sea Fog/Stratus Detection Using GMS-5 IR Data

  • 1. Remote Sensing Research Laboratory; Meteorological Research Institute; Korean Meteorological Administration; Seoul 156-720; Korea,Remote Sensing Research Laboratory; Meteorological Research Institute; Korean Meteorological Administration; Seoul 156-720; Korea,Remote Sensing Research Laboratory; Meteorological Research Institute; Korean Meteorological Administration; Seoul 156-720; Korea

Abstract: A new algorithm for the detection of fog/stratus over the ocean from the GMS-5 infrared (IR) channel data is presented. The new algorithm uses a clear-sky radiance composite map (CSCM) to compare the hourly observations of the IR radiance. The feasibility of the simple comparison is justified by the theoretical simulations of the fog effect on the measured radiance using a radiative transfer model. The simulation results show that the presence of fog can be detected provided the visibility is worse than 1 k...

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