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Sensitivity of PAZ LEO polarimetric GNSS radio-occultation experiment to precipitation events
A perspective on the fundamental quality of GPS radio occultation data
Cooperation on GPS meteorology between the United States and Cuba
Total column water vapor, [In “States of the Climate in 2014"]
Precipitable water from GPS over the continental United States: Diurnal cycle, intercomparisons with NARR, and link with convective initiation
Comparison of snow data assimilation system with GPS reflectometry snow depth in the Western United States
Impact of loss of U.S. microwave and radio occultation observations in operational numerical weather prediction in support of the U.S. data gap mitigation activities
Using geodetic GPS receivers to measure vegetation water content
Upper mesospheric lunar tides over middle and high latitudes during sudden stratospheric warming events
Systematic evaluation of the impacts of GPSRO data on the prediction of typhoons over the northwestern Pacific in 2008-2010
Indications of a strong dynamical coupling between the polar and tropical regions during the sudden stratospheric warming event January 2009, based on COSMIC/FORMASAT-3 satellite temperature data
Global observations of thermospheric lunar tidal winds
A new reprocessing scheme to improve the aqua global temperature and water vapor retrievals using GPS radio occultation measurem
COCONet and TLALOCNet: Providing the intra-Americas seas region with enhanced atmospheric observational capacity
Comparison between GPS radio occultation electron densities and in situ satellite observations
Ionosphere equatorial ionization anomaly observed by GPS radio occultations during 2006-2011
An improved inversion for FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC ionosphere electron density profiles
Impact of GNSS clock instability on radio occultation retrievals for the COSMIC-2 mission
Ground GNSS network design and operation to support COSMIC-2
Global Navigation Satellite System radio occultation: Processing algorithms, science applications, and COSMIC-2 mission status

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