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    • Keywords

       

      Satellite microwave radiometer; Bhaskara II; evaporation; GOSSTCOMP charts; air-sea exchange

    • Abstract

       

      Utilizing both the SAMIR brightness temperatures of Bhaskara II and GOSSTCOMP charts of NOAA satellite series, the evaporation rates over the Arabian Sea for June 1982 are estimated through the bulk aerodynamic method. The spatial distribution of evaporation rates estimated from the satellite data sets coincides well with those obtained from ship observations as well as from climatological data. The accuracy in the estimation of evaporation rates has considerably been improved after the removal of bias in sea surface temperature and is about ±0·8 mm/day.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      M Venkateswara Rao1 2 V Ramesh Babu1 L V Gangadhara Rao1 J S Sastry1

      1. National Institute of Oceanography, Donapaula, Goa - 403 004, India
      2. National Remote Sensing Agency, Secunderabad - 500 037, India
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  • Journal of Earth System Science | News

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