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Characterizing Variability of Solar Irradiance in San Antonio, Texas Using Satellite Observations of Cloudiness
Since the main attenuation of solar irradiance reaching the earth's surface is due to clouds, it has been hypothesized that global horizontal irradiance attenuation and its temporal variability at a given location could ...
Satellite-based Cloudiness and Solar Energy Potential in Texas and Surrounding Regions
Global horizontal irradiance (i.e., shortwave downward solar radiation received by a horizontal surface on the ground) is an important geophysical variable for climate and energy research. Since solar radiation is attenuated ...
An On-Demand Service for Managing and Analyzing Arctic Sea Ice High Spatial Resolution Imagery
Sea ice acts as both an indicator and an amplifier of climate change. High spatial resolution (HSR) imagery is an important data source in Arctic sea ice research for extracting sea ice physical parameters, and ...