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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL011 Observing climate change and variability from space: achievements and challenges

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Casadio, S.; di Sarra, A.; Zehner, C.
Satellite on-board temperatures: detection without detectors

Konkin, V.V.; Kapochkin, B.B.; Kucherenko, N.V.; Lisovods’ky, V.V
Drought in South America, the analysis of the reasons.

Jupp, T.E.; Twiss, S.D.
Quantifying fine-scale pattern in satellite images for use in coarse-scale climate models

Pavelyev, A.G.; Liou, Y.A. ; Wickert, J.; Pavelyev, A.A.; Schmidt, T.; Gubenko, V.N.
Application of GPS radio occultation method for observation of the internal waves in the atmosphere with global coverage

Pramualsakdikul, S.; Haas, R.; Elgered, G.
GPS-sensed diurnal and semidiurnal variability of the water vapour content in the tropics

Retscher, C.; Fusco, L.; Zehner, C.; Goncalves, P.; Brito, F.
Atmospheric Applications on GRID with a Focus on GOMOS and MIPAS Comparison and Validation with ECMWF

Kirk-Davidoff, D
Using observations of IR radiance fluctuations to estimate climate sensitivity

Loescher, A.; Lauritsen, K.
Optimal Fusion of Radio-Occultation Data with ERA40 Derived Background Fields within a 3D-Var Framework to Conduct Climate Studies on a Monthly Mean Base.

Kern, A.; Bartholy, J.; Borbás, É.; Barcza, Z.; Gelybó, Gy.; Pongrácz, R.; Ferencz, Cs.
Estimation of vertically integrated water vapor in Hungary using NOAA AVHRR and MODIS imagery

Materassi, M.; Notarpietro, R.; Petitta, M.; Tartaglione, N.
Rosa on board the Indian Oceansat-2 mission: scientific activities exploiting Radio Occultation observations

Rapp, A.; Kummerow, C.; Matsui, T.
Impact of SST and water vapor on cloud properties of warm rain systems

Schaepman-Strub, G.; Martonchik, J. ; Schaaf, C. ; Schaepman, M.
Standardizing the description of satellite surface albedo products

Foelsche, U.; Borsche, M.; Gobiet, A.; Steiner, A. K.; Lackner, B.; Pirscher, B.; Wickert, J. ; Schmidt, T.; Kirchengast, G.
Climatologies of the global atmosphere based on radio occultation data from CHAMP

Steiner, A. K.; Kirchengast, G.; Borsche, M.; Foelsche, U.; Schöngassner, T.
Upper air temperatures from satellite records: a comparison of MSU and CHAMP radio occultation data

Kirchengast, G.; Schweitzer, S.
The satellite mission ACCURATE: Observing greenhouse gases, isotopes and climate trends from space

Dykema, J. A.; Leroy, S. S.; Anderson, J. G.
Benchmarking climate from space: SI-traceable climate observations of GPS RO and spectral infrared radiances

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