A Parameterization of
Snow-Rain Transition

 Welcome to Satellite Remote Sensing Lab
Meteorology Program in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Florida State University


bullet.gif (1K) Microwave Radiative Transfer Modeling of Cloud and Precipitation
  • Download MWRT - A microwave radiative transfer model.
  • Single scattering properties of nonspherical ice and snow particles. Download  SCATDB
  • Subpixel variability of rainrates and its implication to beam-filling problem
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  • Snowfall retrieval from high-frequency microwave. Download a rain-snow separation parameterization.
  • Global Precipitation - GPM
  • Snow Clouds Database from CloudSat and A-Train Satellites
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  • Understanding aerosols' indirect radiative effect - INDOEX
  • Large scale distribution of cloud ice water path - radiative effect and model validation - DOE/ARM 

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  • Hurricanes - Water distribution and budget during their life cycle - TCSP. 
  • Tropical Convections - CPEX. 



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 Dr. Liu's Teaching Interests

bullet.gif (1K) MET4400C - Meteorological Instrumentation and Observations
  • Watch a Movie about a Project Conducted in the Class
    bullet.gif (1K) MET5471 - Satellite Remote Sensing of Planetary Atmospheres
    bullet.gif (1K) MET4420 - Atmospheric Physics I (Thermodynamics)
    bullet.gif (1K) MET4450 - Atmospheric Physics II (Radiation)

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      Dr. Guosheng Liu
    Meteorology Program
    Dept. of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science     
    Florida State University
    1017 Academic Way, 404 Love Bldg.
    Tallahassee, FL 32306-4520
    phone: (850) 644-6298
    fax: (850) 644-9642


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