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UNIT 10—LESSON 1

ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE IMAGERY ANALYSIS

OVERVIEW 

Differentiate between the various types of satellite imagery.

OUTLINE

Types of imagery

Effects of naturally occurring temperature

variations on IR pictures

ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE IMAGERY ANALYSIS

Satellite pictures, whether received via real-time tracking equipment, facsimile circuits, or video monitors, are now commonplace in weather offices. They are tools that can make your overall job as an analyst easier, but first you must learn to use the tools. Your goals should be to correctly interpret the imagery and to incorporate it with other analyses and briefings. The following text covers some of the most important features found in satellite imagery. Realize that this material is not all inclusive. For more in-depth coverage on this subject, you should refer to the following publications: Air-Weather Service Technical Report 212, Satellite Data in Analysis and Forecasting; F-0970-158, with Satellite Infrared Imagery; Service Handbook No. 6, Interpretation for Forecasters.

Learning Objective: Identify and dif-ferentiate between the types of satellite imagery.

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