Real Time Integrated Atmospheric Water Vapor and TEC from GPS

AT A GLANCE IONOSPHERIC MAP ONE WEEK COMPARISON SLANT PLOTS CASE STUDIES RELATED INSTRUCTIONS UNIVERSITY LINKS REFERENCES LINKS AT A GLANCE IONOSPHERIC MAP ONE WEEK COMPARISON SLANT PLOTS CASE STUDIES RELATED INSTRUCTIONS UNIVERSITY LINKS REFERENCES LINKS

MPEG Animations
Click here for an animation of a dry line moving into the state of Oklahoma on May 26, 1996 (day 147). This animation, which is composed of our 30-minute solutions shows a dry line that brought severe storms into the area of the GPS network.

Click here for an even more extreme dry line and water vapor gradient in Oklahoma on May 7. 1995. This dry line was associated with tornados in the area.

Click here for the animation of results from the 1996 NCAR/ATD GPS experiment which shows evidence of small-scale water vapor variations within the 14-station GPS network on the Oklahoma/Kansas border. The animation shows hourly snapshots of the 3-week experiment. The GPS data have been collected by NCAR's Atmopsheric Technology Division (ATD) using NCAR's and NOAA's receivers. ATD GPS data were analyzed together with data from the NOAA FSL network with 30 minute resolution by Teresa VanHove at UCAR/UNAVCO.






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