Basic Satellite Meteorology Course

30 Minutes

Liliane Hofer (ZAMG)

Airmass RGB

Published: 30 June 2014

The Airmass RGB is for sure one of the more complex RGB composites as it uses brightness temperature differences and not single channels on each colour beam. But - as this presentation will show - it is nevertheless a very powerful tool for discriminating between different air masses and highlighting dynamic properties of the atmosphere.

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Water vapour, Airmass RGB, ozone, potential vorticity