TU4.T07: Remote Sensing of Precipitation from Space - The Past, Present and Future II

Session Type: Oral
Time: Tuesday, July 26, 15:20 - 17:00
Location: Room 13
Session Chairs: Toshio Iguchi, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Christopher Ruf, University of Michigan
 
TU4.T07.1: GLOBAL RETRIEVAL OF DROP SIZE DISTRIBUTION: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
         Venkatachalam Chandrasekar; Colorado State University
         Minda Le; Colorado State University
 
TU4.T07.2: DEVELOPMENT OF SPACEBORNE RAIN RADAR IN CHINA: THE FIRST RESULTS FROM AIRBORNE DUAL-FREQUENCY RAIN RADAR FIELD CAMPAIGN
         Hu Yang; National Satellite Meteorological Center
         Jian Shang; National Satellite Meteorological Center
         Qiong Wu; National Satellite Meteorological Center
         Honggang Yin; National Satellite Meteorological Center
         Yang Guo; National Satellite Meteorological Center
 
TU4.T07.3: DUAL KA-BAND RADAR EXPERIMENT FOR THE DPR ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT
         Kenji Nakamura; Nagoya University
         Shuji Shimizu; Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
         Katsuhiro Nakagawa; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Hiroshi Hanado; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
 
TU4.T07.4: A SIMULATION STUDY OF ADAPTIVE SCAN FOR NEXT-GENERATION SPACEBORNE PRECIPITATION RADAR
         Toshiaki Kozu; Shimane University
         Toyoshi Shimomai; Shimane University
 
TU4.T07.5: EVOLUTION OF THE RAIN PROFILING ALGORITHM FOR THE TRMM PRECIPITATION RADAR
         Toshio Iguchi; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology