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Vertical Variability of Near-Surface Salinity in the Tropics: Consequences for L-Band Radiometer Calibration and Validation

Vertical Variability of Near-Surface Salinity in the Tropics: Consequences for L-Band Radiometer Calibration and Validation,10.1175/2009JTECHO670.1,Jo

Vertical Variability of Near-Surface Salinity in the Tropics: Consequences for L-Band Radiometer Calibration and Validation   (Citations: 6)
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    • ...In addition, in situ measurements are usually limited to several meters below sea level, but remote sensing systems have the advantage of monitoring the first centimeter of the sea surface, where in the presence of rain there may be a significant difference in surface salinity values [27]...
    • ...It may also be noted that Henocq et al. [27] recently identified a signal of freshening in upper salinity measurements in the presence of rain...

    Yann H. Kerret al. The SMOS Mission: New Tool for Monitoring Key Elements ofthe Global Wa...

    • ...[11] Henocq et al. [2010] estimate the effect of rain events on vertical salinity gradients in the top 10 m of the ocean surface layer using TAO mooring measurements...
    • ...Furthermore, the SSS dilution observed at 1 m by Henocq et al. [2010] is comparable to the measurements of SSS dilution in the Biosphere 2 ocean studies and to the modeled SSS dilution results presented here using the TAO buoy data...
    • ...However, previous studies based on TAO salinity and rain rate observations [Henocq et al., 2010] have shown that the salinity dilution can persist for several days...

    Daniela Turket al. Rain impacts on CO2 exchange in the western equatorial Pacific Ocean

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