DIAS_Satellite_GPM_GSMaP dataset

Ko Hamamoto
GSMaP product produces global precipitation distribution with high temporal and spatial resolution. The technique uses the Kalman filter to compute the estimates of the current surface rain fall rates at each 0.1 degree pixel of the infrared brightness temperature by the GEO-IR satellites. The filter predict the precipitation rate from the microwave radiometer and its morphed product obtained in a similar way as the Joyce et al. (2004), and then refine the prediction based on...
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