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SC5: Microwave and Infrared Brightness Temperature of Earth Surface

Session Organizers

Lixin Wu
Central South University
China
Ramesh P. Singh
Chapman University
USA

Session Infomation

The advancement of satellite microwave and infrared remote sensing has enabled unprecedented perception and cognition of earth surface brightness temperature, which is an important index of thermal state, dielectric property and radiative capability of solid, liquid, even gaseous or mixed objects. This session focuses on the fundamental physics and typical phenomena of brightness temperature changing with physical state of the object as well as its environment, providing information of global change, tectonic motion, and human activities. Example case-side topics on particular phenomena include but not limited to regional drought, forest fires, dust-haze, earthquake anomaly, volcano activity, landslide, oceanic motion, cyclone/hurricane/typhoons, urban heat island, and deforesting, and example model-side topics on parameter inversion from brightness temperature include physical temperature, soil moisture, solid structure, rock stress, water salty, water-gas mixture, surface roughness, and urban comfort, etc.

Submitted Articles

Note: The following submitted articles are not guaranteed to be scheduled in the final program at this stage. The final presentation type and arranged session will be decided by Technical Program Committee.
Presenting Author Talk Time Paper Title | Authors | Abstract
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Onsite
An Assessment of MWHTS Onboard FY-3C/D Over Quasi-Stable Scenes
*Jieying He (National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Yang Guo (National Satellite Meteorological Center China Meteorological Administration) Shengwei Zhang (National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
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A Two-stage Learning Technique for Precipitation Retrieval Using ABI and GLM Measurements on the GOES-R Series
*Yang Liu (Ocean University of China) Haonan Chen (Colorado State University) Lei Han (Ocean University of China) Jieying He (National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
00:00
Onsite
Comparative Analysis of Regional MBT Background Field and Anomaly Information of Two Earthquakes Occurring in Bayan Har Block
*Yuan Qi (Central South University) Lixin Wu (Central South University) Wenfei Mao (Central South University) Yifan Ding (Central South University) Yingjia Liu (Central South University)
00:00
Onsite
Seismic Thermal Anomaly Analysis Using Multi-source Satellite Data: A Case Study of Ms 6.2 Zhangbei Earthquake in 1998
*Yingjia Liu (Central South University) Lixin Wu (Central South University) Yuan Qi (Central South University) Wenfei Mao (Central South University) Yifan Ding (Central South University)
00:00
Onsite
Application of a New Two-step Method in the Extraction of Seismic Microwave Anomaly
Meiyi Ji (Northeastern University) *Shanjun Liu (Northeastern University) Limei Song (Tianjin Research Center of Surveying)
00:00
Onsite
Exploring the Characteristics of Multi-frequency Microwave Brightness Temperature Anomaly in Lake: A Case Study of the Mw 7.3 Sarpol Zahab Earthquake in 2017
*Yifan Ding (Central South University) Lixin Wu (Central South University) Yuan Qi (Central South University) Wenfei Mao (Central South University) Yingjia Liu (Central South University)
00:00
Onsite
The Urban Thermal Environment Based on Long Time Series: A Case Study of Qingdao, China
Zhijun Jiao (China University of Petroleum (East China)) Jinyan Dingsun (China University of Petroleum (East China)) *Genyun Sun (China University of Petroleum (East China)) Zhimei Zhang (China University of Petroleum (East China))

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