Andrew K. Heidinger mostly deals with Environmental science, Meteorology, Remote sensing, Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer and Lidar. Trend surface analysis, Volcanic ash, Climatology, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation and Oceanography are fields of study that overlap with his Environmental science research. As part of the same scientific family, Andrew K. Heidinger usually focuses on Trend surface analysis, concentrating on Atmosphere and intersecting with Aerosol.
His research integrates issues of Radiometer, Infrared, Emissivity, International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project and Radiance in his study of Meteorology. His Remote sensing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cloud top, Optical depth, Cloud physics, Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer and Daytime. His study in Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Channel, Pixel and Ice cloud.
His main research concerns Environmental science, Remote sensing, Meteorology, Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer and Cloud top. Environmental science is intertwined with Climatology, Aerosol, Ice cloud, Daytime and Atmospheric sciences in his research. The various areas that Andrew K. Heidinger examines in his Remote sensing study include Radiative transfer and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer.
His work on Cirrus as part of general Meteorology research is often related to Pathfinder, thus linking different fields of science. The concepts of his Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer study are interwoven with issues in Image resolution, Pixel, Atmosphere and Sky. His studies deal with areas such as Climate model, Cloud forcing and Cloud physics as well as Cloud top.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental science, Remote sensing, Meteorology, Climatology and Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer. Andrew K. Heidinger has researched Remote sensing in several fields, including Pixel, Ice cloud and Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite. Andrew K. Heidinger has included themes like Cloud base height, Cloud cover, Cloud fraction and Ocean color in his Meteorology study.
His Climatology research includes themes of Perspective and Climate record. His Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer study deals with Weather satellite intersecting with CubeSat and Subpixel rendering. His work carried out in the field of Cloud top brings together such families of science as Ancillary data, International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project and Radiance.
His primary areas of study are Environmental science, Meteorology, Remote sensing, Climatology and Cloud cover. Throughout his Environmental science studies, Andrew K. Heidinger incorporates elements of other sciences such as Aerosol, Sea ice concentration and Atmospheric radiative transfer codes. While the research belongs to areas of Aerosol, he spends his time largely on the problem of Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Atmospheric sciences.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Ice cloud and Infrared. His Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Geostationary orbit and Earth's energy budget. His Cloud cover research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spatial filter, Satellite remote sensing and Cloud detection.
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Assessment of Global Cloud Datasets from Satellites: Project and Database Initiated by the GEWEX Radiation Panel
C. J. Stubenrauch;W. B. Rossow;S. Kinne;S. Ackerman.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2013)
State of the Climate in 2014
Arlene P. Aaron-Morrison;Steven A. Ackerman;Nicolaus G. Adams;Robert F. Adler.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
New evidence for a relationship between Atlantic tropical cyclone activity and African dust outbreaks
Amato T. Evan;Amato T. Evan;Jason Dunion;Jason Dunion;Jonathan A. Foley;Andrew K. Heidinger.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2017
R. Abernethy;Steven A. Ackerman;R. Adler;Adelina Albanil Encarnación.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2018)
Illuminating the Capabilities of the Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership (NPP) Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) Day/Night Band
Steven D. Miller;William C. Straka;Stephen P. Mills;Christopher D. Elvidge.
Remote Sensing (2013)
Arguments against a physical long‐term trend in global ISCCP cloud amounts
Amato T. Evan;Andrew K. Heidinger;Daniel J. Vimont.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
The role of aerosols in the evolution of tropical North Atlantic Ocean temperature anomalies.
Amato T. Evan;Amato T. Evan;Daniel J. Vimont;Andrew K. Heidinger;James P. Kossin.
The Pathfinder Atmospheres–Extended AVHRR Climate Dataset
Andrew K. Heidinger;Michael J. Foster;Andi Walther;Xuepeng Zhao.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2014)
MODIS Cloud-Top Property Refinements for Collection 6
Bryan A. Baum;W. Paul Menzel;Richard A. Frey;David C. Tobin.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology (2012)
A Naive Bayesian Cloud-Detection Scheme Derived fromCALIPSOand Applied within PATMOS-x
Andrew K. Heidinger;Amato T. Evan;Michael J. Foster;Andi Walther.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology (2012)
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