Outgoing Longwave Radiation and Its Diurnal Variation from Combined FY3D and FY4A
- China Meteorological Administration, National Satellite Weather Center, China (email@example.com)
The outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) is a crucial parameter for studying many areas in the atmospheric science, including the investigations of the cloud/water vapor/radiative interaction processes, climate variability, and for climate change monitoring and numerical model evaluation and diagnostics, etc. The OLR has continued being observed or estimated from Fengyun meteorological satellites, including solar orbit satellites (such as FY3D/MERSI) and geostationary satellites (such as FY4A/AGRI).
The advantage of solar orbiting satellites is global coverage. Thus it is difficult to reflect the diurnal variation of OLR for twice observations a day. While geostationary satellites are observed 24 times a day, which can accurately describe the diurnal variation of OLR. But its coverage is limited. Therefore, the development of OLR fusion products combined with solar orbit satellite and geostationary satellite, can improve product accuracy without losing coverage advantage. In this study, we use OLR from FY4A and FY3D to build a fusion OLR product to correct the diurnal variation of OLR, and get good results.
How to cite: Zhang, W.: Outgoing Longwave Radiation and Its Diurnal Variation from Combined FY3D and FY4A, EGU General Assembly 2020, Online, 4–8 May 2020, EGU2020-2526, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-2526, 2020