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Advanced Satellite Products Branch at the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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  1. Advanced Satellite Products Branchat theCooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS)University of Wisconsin-Madison The Advanced Satellite Products Branch (ASPB) develops products from environmental satellites for short-term weather forecasting and monitoring of the earth-atmosphere system. Research activities include the development of algorithms to estimate cloud properties, vertical profiles of temperature and moisture, atmospheric motion, and fire characteristics; the planning and specification of future advanced satellite systems and instrumentation; and the application of procedures to validate the calibration of measured radiances from current satellite sensors. The ASPB performs research on the quantitative use of satellite products in numerical weather prediction systems and assists in the implementation of these new techniques and products into the NESDIS operational product suite, including real-time product demonstrations. Andy Bob Jeff Mike Brad Tim Gary 2008 Bob Aune: satellite data assimilation; modeling. Andy Heidinger: remote sensing of clouds; radiative transfer. Jeff Key (Branch Chief): remote sensing of cloud and surface properties at high latitudes. Mike Pavolonis: remote sensing of clouds; volcanic ash; hyperspectral. Brad Pierce: air quality modeling and data assimilation. Tim Schmit: GOES-R, GOES calibration, temperature and moisture profile, clouds. Gary S. Wade: real-time GOES processing, Derived Product Images.

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