Cloud Top Heights, Cloud-Top Analysis

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Cloud Top Height.
See also Convective Storm Analysis, Weather Radar Applications.

Harshvardhan, Zhao, G.Y.[Guang-Yu], di Girolamo, L.[Larry], Green, R.N.[Robert N.],
Satellite-Observed Location of Stratocumulus Cloud-Top Heights in the Presence of Strong Inversions,
GeoRS(47), No. 5, May 2009, pp. 1421-1428.

Kokhanovsky, A.A., Naud, C.M., Devasthale, A.,
Intercomparison of Ground-Based Radar and Satellite Cloud-Top Height Retrievals for Overcast Single-Layered Cloud Fields,
GeoRS(47), No. 7, July 2009, pp. 1901-1908.

di Michele, S., McNally, T., Bauer, P., Genkova, I.,
Quality Assessment of Cloud-Top Height Estimates From Satellite IR Radiances Using the CALIPSO Lidar,
GeoRS(51), No. 4, April 2013, pp. 2454-2464.

Chung, C.Y.[Chu-Yong], Francis, P.N.[Peter N.], Saunders, R.W.[Roger W.], Kim, J.[Jhoon],
Comparison of SEVIRI-Derived Cloud Occurrence Frequency and Cloud-Top Height with A-Train Data,
RS(9), No. 1, 2017, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1702

Kim, M.[Miae], Im, J.[Jungho], Park, H.[Haemi], Park, S.[Seonyoung], Lee, M.I.[Myong-In], Ahn, M.H.[Myoung-Hwan],
Detection of Tropical Overshooting Cloud Tops Using Himawari-8 Imagery,
RS(9), No. 7, 2017, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1708

Sun, L., Zhuge, X., Wang, Y.,
A Contour-Based Algorithm for Automated Detection of Overshooting Tops Using Satellite Infrared Imagery,
GeoRS(57), No. 1, January 2019, pp. 497-508.
Clouds, Convection, Satellites, Spaceborne radar, Detection algorithms, Meteorology, Algorithm, cloud top, meteorology, satellite application BibRef

Anzalone, A., Bertaina, M.E., Briz, S., Cassardo, C., Cremonini, R., de Castro, A.J., Ferrarese, S., Isgrň, F., López, F., Tabone, I.,
Methods to Retrieve the Cloud-Top Height in the Frame of the JEM-EUSO Mission,
GeoRS(57), No. 1, January 2019, pp. 304-318.
Cloud computing, Cameras, Atmospheric measurements, Clouds, Optical imaging, Satellite broadcasting, Telescopes, Algorithms, satellites BibRef

Kokhanovsky, A.A., Lelli, L., Ducos, F., Munro, R.,
A Simple Approximation for the Reflectance of a Thick Cloud in Gaseous Absorption Band and Its Application for the Cloud-Top Height Determination,
GeoRS(57), No. 6, June 2019, pp. 3324-3330.
Clouds, Absorption, Cloud computing, Satellites, Adaptive optics, Hurricanes, Instruments, Cloud-top height (CTH), remote sensing BibRef

Lima, C.B.[Chaluparambil B.], Prijith, S.S.[Sudhakaran S.], Sai, M.V.R.S.[Mullapudi V. R. Sesha], Rao, P.V.N.[Pamaraju V. N.], Niranjan, K.[Kandula], Ramana, M.V.[Muvva V.],
Retrieval and Validation of Cloud Top Temperature from the Geostationary Satellite INSAT-3D,
RS(11), No. 23, 2019, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1912

Lu, S.[Sha], ten Veldhuis, M.C.[Marie-Claire], van de Giesen, N.[Nick], Heemink, A.[Arnold], Verlaan, M.[Martin],
Precipitation Regime Classification Based on Cloud-Top Temperature Time Series for Spatially-Varied Parameterization of Precipitation Models,
RS(12), No. 2, 2020, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2001

Huo, J.[Juan], Li, J.[Jie], Duan, M.Z.[Min-Zheng], Lv, D.[Daren], Han, C.Z.[Cong-Zheng], Bi, Y.H.[Yong-Heng],
Measurement of Cloud Top Height: Comparison of MODIS and Ground-Based Millimeter Radar,
RS(12), No. 10, 2020, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2006

Wang, T.X.[Tian-Xing], Shi, J.C.[Jian-Cheng], Ma, Y.[Ya], Letu, H.[Husi], Li, X.[Xingcai],
All-sky longwave downward radiation from satellite measurements: General parameterizations based on LST, column water vapor and cloud top temperature,
PandRS(161), 2020, pp. 52-60.
Elsevier DOI 2002
Surface longwave downward radiation, Land surface temperature, Column water vapor, Cloud-top temperature, CERES, Cloudy-sky BibRef

Huang, T.[Tao], Yim, S.H.L.[Steve Hung-Lam], Yang, Y.J.[Yuan-Jian], Lee, O.S.M.[Olivia Shuk-Ming], Lam, D.H.Y.[David Hok-Yin], Cheng, J.C.H.[Jack Chin-Ho], Guo, J.P.[Jian-Ping],
Observation of Turbulent Mixing Characteristics in the Typical Daytime Cloud-Topped Boundary Layer over Hong Kong in 2019,
RS(12), No. 9, 2020, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2005

Lee, J.H.[Jong-Hyuk], Shin, D.B.[Dong-Bin], Chung, C.Y.[Chu-Yong], Kim, J.[Jae_Gwan],
A Cloud Top-Height Retrieval Algorithm Using Simultaneous Observations from the Himawari-8 and FY-2E Satellites,
RS(12), No. 12, 2020, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2006

Xu, W.J.[Wen-Jing], Lyu, D.[Daren],
Evaluation of Cloud Mask and Cloud Top Height from Fengyun-4A with MODIS Cloud Retrievals over the Tibetan Plateau,
RS(13), No. 8, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2104

Li, Q.H.[Qing-Hui], Sun, X.J.[Xue-Jin], Wang, X.L.[Xiao-Lei],
Reliability Evaluation of the Joint Observation of Cloud Top Height by FY-4A and HIMAWARI-8,
RS(13), No. 19, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2110

Lao, P.[Ping], Liu, Q.[Qi], Ding, Y.H.[Yu-Hao], Wang, Y.[Yu], Li, Y.[Yuan], Li, M.[Meng],
Rainrate Estimation from FY-4A Cloud Top Temperature for Mesoscale Convective Systems by Using Machine Learning Algorithm,
RS(13), No. 16, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2109

Lima, C.B.[Chaluparambil B.], Prijith, S.S.[Sudhakaran S.], Rao, P.V.N.[Pamaraju V. N.], Sai, M.V.R.S.[Mullapudi V. R. Sesha], Ramana, M.V.[Muvva V.],
Quality Estimates of INSAT-3D Derived Cloud Top Temperature for Climate Data Record,
GeoRS(59), No. 7, July 2021, pp. 5417-5422.
Clouds, Temperature measurement, Meteorology, Cloud computing, Spatial resolution, Microwave radiometry, Satellite broadcasting, INSAT-3D BibRef

Zhuge, X.Y.[Xiao-Yong], Zou, X.L.[Xiao-Lei], Li, X.[Xin], Tang, F.[Fei], Yao, B.[Bin], Yu, L.[Lu],
Seasonal and Diurnal Variations in Cloud-Top Phase over the Western North Pacific during 2017-2019,
RS(13), No. 9, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2105

Zhuge, X., Zou, X., Wang, Y.,
Determining AHI Cloud-Top Phase and Intercomparisons With MODIS Products Over North Pacific,
GeoRS(59), No. 1, January 2021, pp. 436-448.
Clouds, MODIS, Ice, Laser radar, Integrated optics, Satellites, Temperature measurement, Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) BibRef

Fernandez-Moran, R.[Roberto], Gómez-Chova, L.[Luis], Alonso, L.[Luis], Mateo-García, G.[Gonzalo], López-Puigdollers, D.[Dan],
Towards a novel approach for Sentinel-3 synergistic OLCI/SLSTR cloud and cloud shadow detection based on stereo cloud-top height estimation,
PandRS(181), 2021, pp. 238-253.
Elsevier DOI 2110
Cloud mask, Cloud shadow, Cloud detection, Sentinel-3, Cloud top height, OLCI, SLSTR BibRef

Yang, X.[Xuan], Ge, J.M.[Jin-Ming], Hu, X.Y.[Xiao-Yu], Wang, M.H.[Mei-Hua], Han, Z.H.[Zi-Hang],
Cloud-Top Height Comparison from Multi-Satellite Sensors and Ground-Based Cloud Radar over SACOL Site,
RS(13), No. 14, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2107

Yang, X.[Xuan], Li, Q.H.[Qing-Hao], Ge, J.M.[Jin-Ming], Wang, B.[Bo], Peng, N.[Nan], Su, J.[Jing], Zhang, C.[Chi], Du, J.J.[Jia-Jing],
Cloud Overlap Features from Multi-Year Cloud Radar Observations at the SACOL Site and Comparison with Satellites,
RS(16), No. 2, 2024, pp. 218.
DOI Link 2402

Lee, J.H.[Jong-Hyuk], Shin, D.B.[Dong-Bin],
Algorithm for Improved Stereoscopic Cloud-Top Height Retrieval Based on Visible and Infrared Bands for Himawari-8 and FY-4A,
RS(13), No. 24, 2021, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2112

Li, H.Y.[Hao-Yang], Wei, X.C.[Xiao-Cheng], Min, M.[Min], Li, B.[Bo], Nong, Z.Q.[Zi-Qi], Chen, L.[Lin],
A Dataset of Overshooting Cloud Top from 12-Year CloudSat/CALIOP Joint Observations,
RS(14), No. 10, 2022, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2206
strong convective storm BibRef

Dong, Y.[Yan], Sun, X.J.[Xue-Jin], Li, Q.H.[Qing-Hui],
A Method for Retrieving Cloud-Top Height Based on a Machine Learning Model Using the Himawari-8 Combined with Near Infrared Data,
RS(14), No. 24, 2022, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2212

Karlsson, K.G.[Karl-Göran], Devasthale, A.[Abhay], Eliasson, S.[Salomon],
Global Cloudiness and Cloud Top Information from AVHRR in the 42-Year CLARA-A3 Climate Data Record Covering the Period 1979-2020,
RS(15), No. 12, 2023, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2307

Tan, Z.H.[Zhong-Hui], Zhao, X.B.[Xian-Bin], Hu, S.[Shensen], Ma, S.[Shuo], Wang, L.[Li], Wang, X.[Xin], Ai, W.H.[Wei-Hua],
Climatology of Cloud Base Height Retrieved from Long-Term Geostationary Satellite Observations,
RS(15), No. 13, 2023, pp. 3424.
DOI Link 2307

Devasthale, A.[Abhay], Karlsson, K.G.[Karl-Göran],
Decadal Stability and Trends in the Global Cloud Amount and Cloud Top Temperature in the Satellite-Based Climate Data Records,
RS(15), No. 15, 2023, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 2308

Fisher, D., Muller, J.P.,
Stereo Derived Cloud Top Height Climatology Over Greenland From 20 Years Of The Along Track Scanning Radiometer (atsr) Instruments,
DOI Link 1209

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