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  • The Bolton Experiment was an experimental test of the use of microwave attenuation to improve rainfall estimates in urban areas, and hence to enhance flood warning. Data was collected from microwave and radar links and a number of telemetered tipping bucket raingauges. The dataset contains microwave, raingauge and radar data. It also contains data analysis to extract information from the link attenuation data on path-averaged rainfall rate, and comparison with the results with those obtained from the raingauges and the radar. The dataset is now public.

  • The FIDUCEO Microwave Fundamental Climate data record, v4.1, contains microwave brightness temperatures and uncertainties for series of satellite instruments (all mission years of SSMT2 on F11, F12, F14, F15; AMSU-B on NOAA15, NOAA16 and NOAA17; and MHS missions (NOAA18, NOAA19, MetopA,-B)). The presented FCDR is a long data record of increased consistency among the instruments compared to the operational data record and is a long enough data record to generate climate data records (CDRs) for climate research. The improvements are based on the strict application of the measurement equation as well as dedicated corrections and improvements within the calibration process. The data record contains quantified uncertainty components, respecting the correlation behaviour of underlying effects. Full documentation including product user guide, tutorials, the scientific basis and relevant publications are available in the documentation

  • The The FIDelity and Uncertainty in Climate data records from Earth Observations (FIDUCEO) project Upper Tropospheric Humidity (UTH) Climate Data Record version 1.2 dataset is derived from satellite brightness temperatures and uncertainties from the FIDUCEO Microwave Fundamental Climate Data Record (FCDR). The instantaneous observations from the FIDUCEO Microwave FCDR are used to derive a spatio-temporal averaged data record, which contains monthly mean UTH and brightness temperature mapped to a regular latitude/longitude grid covering the tropical region (-30° to 30° N), with a spatial resolution of 1° x 1°. It covers all mission years of the Special Senson Microwave for Temperature (SSMT2) instrument on the F11, F12, F14, F15 satellites, the Advanced Mircowave Sounding Unit (AMSU-B ) instrument on the NOAA 15-17 satellites and the Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS) instruments on the NOAA18, NOAA19, MetopA, Metop-B satellites. Full documentation including product user guide, tutorials and relevant publications are available in the documentation

  • The data are from a proof-of-concept study to assess the feasibility of accurately measuring ozone (O3) and hydroxyl (OH) profiles from the ground using accessible satellite TV receiver technology. The datasets include a synthesis of atmospheric model and a priori atmospheric datasets for selected polar locations, atmospheric transmittance spectra calculated for those locations, and O3 and OH profile retrieval results.