MO2.R7.3

USING SATELLITE CAPABILITIES TO HANDLE THE PACIFIC'S STRONGEST TYPHOONS

Roger Edson, NOAA/NWS, United States

Session:
Global Satellite Capability is Key to Effective Response to All Scales of Natural Disasters

Track:
Invited Sessions

Presentation Time:
Mon, 28 Sep, 15:00-15:10 (UTC)
Mon, 28 Sep, 23:00-23:10 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Mon, 28 Sep, 17:00-17:10 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Mon, 28 Sep, 08:00-08:10 Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
Bill Sjoberg, GST, Inc. and Mitchell Goldberg, NOAA
Session Managers:
Alvin Sarraga Alon and Unmesh Govind Khati

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Session

MO2.R7.1: THE JOINT POLAR SATELLITE SYSTEM AND THE INTERNATIONAL CONSTELLATION: SUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS ACROSS THE GLOBE
Mitchell Goldberg, NOAA, United States; Julie Price, Science and Technology Corporation, United States
MO2.R7.2: NOAA SATELLITES: PROVIDING CRITICAL GLOBAL DATA FOR LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
Bill Sjoberg, GST Contractor support to JPSS Program, United States; Mitch Goldberg, William Straka, JPSS Program, United States
MO2.R7.3: USING SATELLITE CAPABILITIES TO HANDLE THE PACIFIC'S STRONGEST TYPHOONS
Roger Edson, NOAA/NWS, United States
MO2.R7.4: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO THE USE OF SATELLITE DATA IN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
Cara Wilson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, United States; Dale Robinson, University of California, Santa Cruz, United States; S. Kalei Shotwell, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, United States
MO2.R7.5: MONITORING THE CHANGES OF THE ARCTIC ENVIRONMENT WITH THE JOINT POLAR SATELLITE SYSTEM (JPSS) SOUNDING DATA PRODUCTS
Lihang Zhou, NOAA/NESDIS/JPSS, United States
MO2.R7.6: MONITORING HEAVY PRECIPITATION WITH THE CMORPH INTEGRATED SATELLITE PRECIPITATION ESTIMATES
Pingping Xie, Robert Joyce, Shaorong Wu, Li Ren, Bert Katz, NOAA/NWS/NCEP, United States
MO2.R7.7: TAILORING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TRAINING TO SERVE THE PACIFIC'S MOST REMOTE LOCATIONS
Scott Lindstrom, UW-Madison, United States; Timothy Schmit, NOAA/NESDIS ASPB, United States; Jordan Gerth, NOAA/NWS/OBS, United States; Eric Lau, NOAA/NWS/PRH, United States; Nathan Eckstein, NOAA/NWS, United States
MO2.R7.8: APPLYING THE NOAA UNIQUE COMBINED ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSING SYSTEM (NUCAPS) TO SUPPORT FORECASTERS AT THE US NAVY AND US AIR FORCE IN MONITORING IMPACTFUL PACIFIC WEATHER EVENTS
Arunas Kuciauskas, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; Rebekah Esmaili, Science and Technology Corporation, United States; Anthony Reale, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration/ National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, United States; Nicholas Nalli, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration/I M Systems Group, United States