Satellite-based aviation weather applications for convection, visibility, turbulence, and volcanic ash
Wayne F. Feltz, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and K. Bedka, A. Wimmers, M. Pavolonis, S. Bedka, S. A. Ackerman, J. R. Mecikalski, J. J. Murray, and D. B. Johnson
A NASA LaRC effort, the Advanced Satellite Aviation-weather Products (ASAP) initiative, has been formed to provide satellite-derived meteorological products and expertise to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) weather research community. University of Wisconsin-Madison SSEC/CIMSS in conjunction with the University of Alabama in Huntsville, MIT, and NCAR/RAP has been tasked to provide satellite information to the NCAR-based Aviation Weather Research Program's (AWRP) Product Development Teams (PDT). Satellite-derived products that ASAP is providing to the AWRP PDTs are value-added information for forecasting/nowcasting aviation hazards such as those caused by low ceiling/visibility, convection, turbulence, and volcanic ash. Examples and ASAP product applications to nowcasting of aviation meteorological hazards will be presented.
Poster Session 8, Satellite Applications and Volcanic Ash Detection Posters
Tuesday, 31 January 2006, 9:45 AM-9:45 AM, Exhibit Hall A2
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