Webinar #2 - February 9, 2012
Remote sensing: How weather satellites sense the earth
Arunas Kuciauskas - Naval Research Laboratory, Monterrey, CA
"The US public is typically informed of daily weather from either TV newscasts or internet outlets, where glossy colored movie loops of clouds over land and water compliment the forecasters analyses and predictions. But beyond that, there's so much more weather information that satellites provide there are also plenty of different weather satellite sensors, and the technology in this field is accelerating. This presentation will introduce and hopefully entice folks with little or no science background to understand the exciting world of weather satellite sensing. Part of this talk will also address CoCoRaHS members - by relating the daily rainfall (and snowfall) reports to the atmosphere that sits above them."
View the Webinar by clicking here: http://youtu.be/_xYl_v-bTVU