The Validation of AIRS Retrievals of Integrated Precipitable Water Vapor Using Measurements from a Network of Ground-Based GPS Receivers over the Contiguous United States

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The Validation of AIRS Retrievals of Integrated Precipitable Water Vapor Using Measurements from a Network of Ground-Based GPS Receivers over the Contiguous United States

M. K. Rama Varma Raja, Seth I. Gutman, James G. Yoe, Larry M. McMillin and Jiang Zhao, The Validation of AIRS Retrievals of Integrated Precipitable Water Vapor Using Measurements from a Network of Ground-Based GPS Receivers over the Contiguous United States, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Vol. 25, March 2008, pages 416-428, Mar, 2008

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