1996 TA Lites


96-1 GOES-9: The Use of 3.9 um Imagery During Daytime (5 Jan 96 Case)

By Kevin J. Schrab


96-2 Southerly Surge Captured By KMUX 88D

By David W. Reynolds


96-3 "Snow-front" as seen by the SLC KMTX WSR-88D

By Steve Vasiloff


96-4 GOES-9: The use of Multispectral Imagery during Daylight (6 Feb 96 case)

By Kevin J. Schrab


96-5 Selection of the 16Km IR and WV Sectors For Ramsdis

By Kevin J. Schrab


96-6 How much does a "typical" cumulus cloud weigh?

By Mike Staudenmaier, Jr.


96-7 Composite reflectivity structure in a dry PBL

By Steve Vasiloff


96-8 Using the GOES-9 reflectivity product to identify fires

By Kevin J. Schrab


96-9 Chaff mixed with weather echoes

By Steve Vasiloff


96-10 Tornado-producing Microbursts

By Steve Vasiloff


96-11 WSR-88D TVS Parameter Study

By Steve Vasiloff


96-12 Severe Microburst Event in Utah

By Steve Vasiloff


96-13 GOES-9 Derived Product Imagery (DPI) case on August 9, 1996

By Kevin Schrab


96-14 WSR-88D Relative Motion May Pinpoint Boundaries

By Paul Frisbie


96-15 Using GOES-9 Multispectral Imagery to Detect Clouds on October 28, 1996

By Kevin Schrab


96-16 Plotting GOES-9 Sounding Retrievals on RAMSDIS

By Kevin Schrab


96-17 Detecting Snow Cover, Bare Ground, Water and Ice Clouds using GOES-9 Multispectral Imagery on Nov. 6, 1996

By Kevin Schrab



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