Projekt:FE Auswerteverfahren 1/Oberflächentemperaturen

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Mit Hilfe dieses Projektes soll aufgezeigt werden, wie man Land- und Wasseroberflächen (land surface temperature - LST und sea surface temperature - SST) mittels Messungen aktueller Satellitensysteme bestimmen kann und welche Probleme dabei entstehen.

Gliederung[Bearbeiten]

  1. Einleitung
    • Motivation (Warum, weshalb)
    • zum Thema hinführen
    • Thema abgrenzen
  2. Strahlungstheoretische Grundlagen
    • Das Emissionsvermögen
    • Die Strahlungstemperatur
    • Die thermodynamische Temperatur
    • Die Strahlungsübertagungsgleichung
    • Der Einfluss der Atmosphäre
  3. Problematik
    • Atmosphärische Effekte
    • Der Einfluss der Emissivität
    • Fehler durch Messwinkel
    • Störungen des Sensors
    • Der Einfluss von Aerosolen und anderen gasförmigen Absorbern
    • Wellenlängenungenauigkeiten
    • Bandpass und FWHM Effekte
    • Problem der Auflösung
    • Gesamtfehler
  4. Methodik
    • Sensoren zur Messung der Oberflächentemperaturen
    • Split - Window - Verfahren
    • Bestimmung der Meeresoberflächentemperatur mittels Mikrowellen
    • Single - Channel - Verfahren

Bearbeiter/-innen[Bearbeiten]

Die Bearbeiter dieser Gruppe tragen sich hier mit ihrer Signatur ein.

  1. --Ernie 14:32, 4. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  2. --Krümel 14:32, 4. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  3. --Weaver 14:32, 4. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  4. --Datquietsche 21:44, 10. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  5. --Mathias T. 23:05, 10. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  6. --looserates 16:45, 11. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  7. --kurzsichtig 16:45, 11. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  8. --Spock 16:45, 11. Apr. 2007 (CEST)
  9. --judithschiller 10:50, 12. Ar. 2007 (CEST)

Literatur[Bearbeiten]

Artikel[Bearbeiten]

  1. Becker, 1995 - Surface Temperature and Emissivity at Various Scales: Definition, Measurement and Related Problems.
  2. Becker, 1987 - The impact of spectral emissivity on the measurement of land surface temperature from a satellite.
  3. Chrysoulakis, 2002 - Improving the estimation of land surface temperature for the region of Greece: adjustment of a split window algorithm to account for the distribution of precipitable water.
  4. Dash, 2005 - Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity Retrieval from Satellite Measurements.
  5. Dash, 2002 - Land surface temperature and emissivity estimation from passive sensor data: theory and practice-current trends International.
  6. Germain, 1998 - Polarimetric Emission Model of the Sea at Microwave Frequencies, Part II: Comparison with Measurements.
  7. Gleason, 2002 - Effects of orbital drift on land surface temperature measured by AVHRR thermal sensors.
  8. Jimenez-Munoz, 2007 - Error sources on the land surface temperature retrieved from thermal infrared single channel remote sensing data.
  9. Langille, 2001 - Estimation of Sea Surface Temperature Using Passive Microwave satellite Imagery.
  10. Li, 2000 - Deriving the operational nonlinear multichannel sea surface temperature algorithm coefficient for NOAA-15 AVHRR/3.
  11. Liebe, 1993 - Propagation modeling of moist air and sus-pended water/ice particles at frequencies below 1000 GHz.
  12. Mathew, 2001 - Split-window and multi-angle methods of sea surface temperature determination: an analysis.
  13. Meissner, ?? - An Updated Analysis of the Ocean Surface Wind Direction - Signal in Passive Microwave Brightness Temperatures.
  14. Oesch, 2002 - Oberflächentemperaturen aus NOAA - AVHRR Daten im Alpenraum.
  15. Peres and Camara, 2004 - LST and Emmisivity estimation based on the two-temperature method: sensitivity analysis using MSG/SEVIRI.
  16. Pinheiroa, 2007 - Near real time retrievals of LST within the modis rapid response system.
  17. Qin, 2001 - A mono-window algorithm for retrieving land surface temperature from Landsat TM data and its application to the Israel-Egypt border region.
  18. Rivas, 2005 - Ground measurements for the validation of land surface temperatures derived from AATSR and MODIS data.
  19. Robinson, 1984 - The sea surface thermal boundary layer and its relevance to the measurement of sea surface temperature by airborne and spaceborne radiometers.
  20. Smith; Chauhan; Schmugge; Ballard - Remote sensing of land surface temperature: the directional viewingeffect
  21. Snyder, 1998 - Classification-based emissivity for land surface temperature measurement from space.
  22. Sobrino, 2004 - Land surface temperature retrieval from Landsat TM5 remote.
  23. Sobrino, 2004 - Single-channel and two-channel methods for land surface temperature retrieval from DAIS data and its application to the Barrax site.
  24. Sobrino, 1994 - Improvements in the split-window technique for land surfacetemperature determination.
  25. Sun, 2004 - Land Surface Temperature Estimation from the Next Generation of Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites: GOES M–Q.
  26. Walton, 1988 - Nonlinear Multichannel Algorithms for Estimating Sea Surface Temperature with AVHRR Satellite Data.
  27. Wentz, 1992 - Measurement of Oceanic Wind Vector Using Satellite Microwave Radiometers.
  28. Wentz, 1983 - A model function for ocean microwave brightness temperatures.
  29. Yeang, 1999 - Atmospheric effect on microwave polarimetric remote sensing of ocean surfaces.
  30. Yueh, 1999 - Polarimetric Microwave Brightness Signatures of Ocean Wind Directions.
  31. Yueh, 1994 - Polarimetric scattering and emission properties of targets with reflection symmetry.
  32. Zhengming, 1995 - A Viewing-Angle Dependent Split-Window Method for Retrieving Land-Surface Temperatures from Space.
  33. Zhengming, 1989 - Land-surface temperature measurement from space: physicalprinciples and inverse modeling.

Bücher[Bearbeiten]

  1. Demtröder, 2000 - Experimentalphysik 3.
  2. Goody, 1989 - Atmospheric Radiation (Theoretical Basis).
  3. Otten, 1998 - Repititorium Experimentalphysik.
  4. Szekielda, 1988 - Satellite Monitoring of the Earth.

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