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Error analysis of Abel retrieved electron density profiles from radio occultation measurements [presentation]
Error analysis of Abel retrieved electron density profiles from radio occultation measurements
Effect of sporadic E clouds on GPS radio occultation signals [presentation]
Study of the sporadic E (Es) layer by GPS radio occultation (RO) [poster]
Effect of sporadic E clouds on GPS radio occultation signals
Comment on "A new aspect of ionospheric E region electron density morphology" by Yen-Hsyang Chu, Kong-Hong Wu, and Ching-Lun Su
Comparison of GRAS processing results obtained at EUMETSAT and UCAR [presentation]
Monitoring of the depth of the atmospheric boundary layer by radio occultation signals [presentation]
Uncertainty and its improvement of Abel retrieved electron density from radio occultation measurements [poster]
Comparing radiosonde and COSMIC atmospheric profile data to quantify differences among radiosonde types and the effects of imperfect collocation on comparison statistics
Sensing vegetation growth with reflected GPS signals
On the uncertainty of radio occultation inversions in the lower troposphere
Quality assessment of COSMIC/FORMOSAT-3 GPS radio occultation data derived from single- and double-difference atmospheric excess phase processing
COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center (CDAAC) activities, ionospheric research [presentation]
Improvement in the use of an operational constellation of GPS radio occultation receivers in weather forecasting
Empirical error analysis of GPS RO atmospheric profiles [poster]
Total column water vapor [In "States of the Climate in 2009"]
Data assimilation retrieval of electron density profiles from radio occultation measurements [presentation]
Estimates of the precision of GPS radio occultation bending angles in the neutral atmosphere from the COSMIC/ FORMOSAT-3 Mission [presentation]
Follow-on radio occultation constellations for meteorology, ionosphere and climate: Overview of currently planned missions, data quality and coverage, and potential science applications [presentation]

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