His main research concerns Remote sensing, Aerosol, Optics, Lidar and Radiative transfer. The Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Radio occultation and Troposphere. He has researched Aerosol in several fields, including Atmosphere of Earth and Radiometer.
The concepts of his Radiometer study are interwoven with issues in Optical depth and Atmospheric optics. His research in Optics intersects with topics in Remote sensing, Computational physics and Atmospheric dust. His work deals with themes such as Zenith and Backscatter, which intersect with Lidar.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, Optics, Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol and Optical depth. Benjamin M. Herman interconnects Occultation, Meteorology and Satellite in the investigation of issues within Remote sensing. His study in the field of Radiative transfer, Scattering, Wavelength and Refractive index is also linked to topics like Materials science.
His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Atmosphere, Atmosphere of Earth and Climatology. Benjamin M. Herman combines subjects such as Atmospheric models, Atmospheric optics and Earth's energy budget with his study of Aerosol. His work investigates the relationship between Optical depth and topics such as Irradiance that intersect with problems in Zero and Solar irradiance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climatology, Troposphere, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology and Atmosphere. His Troposphere research incorporates elements of Northern Hemisphere, Climate model, Radiosonde and Atmospheric temperature. In his study, Atmospheric pressure, Geopotential, Optical depth and Ozone is strongly linked to Water vapor, which falls under the umbrella field of Atmospheric sciences.
His Meteorology research integrates issues from Occultation, Radio occultation and Remote sensing, Radiance. He works on Remote sensing which deals in particular with Lidar. The various areas that Benjamin M. Herman examines in his Atmosphere study include Tropospheric temperature and Altitude.
Benjamin M. Herman focuses on Troposphere, Climate model, Climatology, Occultation and Radio occultation. His Climate model research includes themes of Atmosphere, Tropospheric temperature, Microwave sounding unit and Atmospheric sciences. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trend surface analysis and Radiosonde.
His studies in Occultation integrate themes in fields like Meteorology, Inverse problem and Geodesy. The concepts of his Radio occultation study are interwoven with issues in Ray tracing, Mathematical analysis and Refractive index profile.
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GPS Sounding of the Atmosphere from Low Earth Orbit: Preliminary Results
R. Ware;C. Rocken;F. Solheim;M. Exner.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1996)
Analysis and validation of GPS/MET data in the neutral atmosphere
C. Rocken;R. Anthes;M. Exner;D. Hunt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Passive remote sensing of tropospheric aerosol and atmospheric correction for the aerosol effect
Y. J. Kaufman;D. Tanré;H. R. Gordon;T. Nakajima.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Aerosol size distributions obtained by inversion of spectral optical depth measurements
Michael D. King;Dale M. Byrne;Benjamin M. Herman;John A. Reagan.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1978)
Determination of aerosol height distributions by lidar
Frederick G. Fernald;Benjamin M.Herman;John A.Reagan.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (1972)
Investigations of Atmospheric Extinction Using Direct Solar Radiation Measurements Made with a Multiple Wavelength Radiometer.
Glenn E. Shaw;John A. Reagan;Benjamin M. Herman.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (1973)
The GPS Radio Occultation Technique
E. Robert Kursinski;George A. Hajj;Stephen S. Leroy;Benjamin Herman.
Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (2000)
Pinatubo and pre-Pinatubo optical-depth spectra: Mauna Loa measurements, comparisons, inferred particle size distributions, radiative effects, and relationship to lidar data
P. B. Russell;J. M. Livingston;E. G. Dutton;R. F. Pueschel.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
A Numerical Solution to the Equation of Radiative Transfer
Benjamin M. Herman;Samuel R. Browning.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1965)
Vertical Distribution of Aerosol Extinction Cross Section and Inference of Aerosol Imaginary Index in the Troposphere by Lidar Technique
J. D. Spinhirne;J. A. Reagan;B. M. Herman.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (1980)
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