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* ESA Living Planet Symposium - Call for abstracts - Session A1.02 'GNSS and SAR troposphere observations for NWP models'.

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Dear Researchers and Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to submit a contribution to the following  session of the Living Planet Symposium, organized by ESA, which will be  held in Milan next May 13-17 2019.

A1.02 GNSS and SAR troposphere observations for NWP models

Regular Contributed
Description:
GNSS and SAR observations can be used to monitor the high temporal and  spatial variability of troposphere water vapor content. The assimilation  of water vapor products into NWP models is expected to improve the  localization and timing of heavy rain phenomena  and thus bring a significant impact on civil protection activities.  The objective of the session is to bring together researchers working on  the above satellite troposphere observations on numerical models to  start a synergic work on meteorological applications.  The main topics of the session are: GNSS meteorology, GNSS  radio occultation, GNSS tomography, SAR troposphere products, NWP  models and data assimilation.

Convenors: Giovanna Venuti (Polimi)

The deadline is November 11th 2018.

More details can be found at the following address:


The session will be organized in cooperation with Prof. Andrea Monti  Guarnieri from DEIB Polimi, Dr. Eugenio Realini from GReD srl, Dr.  Antonio Parodi and Dr. Luca Pulvirenti from CIMA Foundation.

We would be thankful if you could share this information among your colleagues, research scholars and students.

Best regards,

Giovanna Venuti
Andrea Monti Guarnieri
Eugenio Realini
Antonio Parodi
Luca Pulvirenti









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