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References/Bibliography

Bader, M.J., Forbes. G.S, Grant, J.R., Lilley, R.B.E. & Waters, A.J, 1995: Images in Weather Forecasting - A practical guide for interpreting satellite and radar imagery. University Press. Cambridge.

Carlson, T.N.,1991: Mid-Latitude Weather Systems. Routledge. London.

Jelenak, Z., 2009: Introduction to scatterometry. Training course "Use of satellite wind & wave observations for marine forecasting", IODE, EUMETSAT, NOAA. Oostende, Belgium, 14-19Dec.

Holton, J. R., 1992: An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology. Academic Press. London. 3rd Edition.

Kerkmann, J., 1998: Review on scatterometer Winds. Technical Memorandum No.3. Technical Department. Eumetsat.

OSI-SAF, 2010: ASCAT Wind product User Manual. SAF/OSI/CDOP/KNMI/TEC/MA/126. January.

Patoux, J., Foster, R. and Brown, R., 2003: Global pressure fields from scatterometer winds. J. Appl. Meteo., 42, 813,826.

Portabella, M. and A. Stoffelen, 2008: On Scatterometer ocean stress. J. Atm. Oceanic Technol.,26, 368-382.

Sanders, F. and J. R. Gyakum, 1980: Synoptic-Dynamic Climatology of the "Bomb". Mon. Wea. Rev., 108, 1589-1606.

Stoffelen, A., 1998: Scatterometry. Thesis, Universiteit Utrecht.

Stoffelen, A., 2009: C-Band Scanning type scatterometers. Training course "Use of satellite wind & wave observations for marine forecasting", IODE, EUMETSAT, NOAA. Oostende, Belgium, 14-19Dec.

Stoffelen, A., 2011: Scatterometer winds. EUMeTrain Ocean and Sea Week, 31Oct-3Nov.

Verhoef, A., Portabella, M., Stoffelen, A. and H. Hersbach, 2008: CMOD5.n - the CMOD5 GMF for neutral winds. SAF/OSI/CDOP/KNMI/TEC/TN/165, EUMETSAT, 2008.

Verhoef, A., and Stoffelen, A., 2009: Validation of ASCAT 12.5 km winds. SAF/OSI/CDOP/KNMI/TEC/RP/147. v1.2. February

Web resources/links

AEMET

AVISO

BBC

BLOG

DWD

EQECAT

EUMETRAIN

EUMETSAT1

EUMETSAT2

EUMETSAT3

IM/IPMA

ISRO

KNMI1

KNMI2

MÉTÉO-FRANCE1

MÉTÉO-FRANCE2

NASA

OSISAF

Plymouth State Weather Center (WXP, The Weather Processor)

SATMANU

University of Berlin

University of Washington Planetary Boundary Layer (UWPBL) model

Wikipedia

Xinhuanet

 

Acknowledgements to Sandra Coelho, Margarida Belo, Mário Almeida (retired) and Luis Pinto Coelho (retired) from the Portuguese meterorological service and Ad Stoffelen from OSISAF/Dutch meteorological service.