2019 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Her primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Remote sensing, Stratosphere and Satellite. Her studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Remote sensing, Climatology, Total Carbon Column Observing Network and Atmospheric methane. Her Troposphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lidar, Atmosphere, Atmospheric chemistry and Aerosol.
Her Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Odin-OSIRIS, Spectrograph, Meteorology and Thermosphere. Her Stratosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trace gas and Ozone. Kimberly Strong focuses mostly in the field of Satellite, narrowing it down to matters related to Greenhouse gas and, in some cases, Shale oil, Fossil fuel and Oil shale gas.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmospheric sciences, Remote sensing, Troposphere, Arctic and Satellite. Her Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Climatology and Ozone. The Remote sensing study which covers Total Carbon Column Observing Network that intersects with Greenhouse gas.
Her work in Troposphere addresses subjects such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, which are connected to disciplines such as Infrared spectroscopy and Spectroscopy. Her Arctic research incorporates themes from Spring, Latitude and Atmospheric chemistry. Her Satellite study frequently links to related topics such as Meteorology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Atmospheric sciences, Remote sensing, Troposphere, Arctic and Greenhouse gas. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere and Ozone. Her Remote sensing research incorporates elements of Differential optical absorption spectroscopy, Spectrometer, Total Carbon Column Observing Network and Trace gas.
Her Troposphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmospheric composition, Air mass, Satellite and Radiosonde. Her Satellite study combines topics in areas such as Air quality index and Radiance. Her research in Arctic tackles topics such as Latitude which are related to areas like Polar.
Kimberly Strong mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Satellite, Total Carbon Column Observing Network and Greenhouse gas. Her Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from Atmosphere, Carbon cycle and Sea ice. Her studies in Troposphere integrate themes in fields like Differential optical absorption spectroscopy, Stratosphere, Amplitude, Air mass and Remote sensing.
Kimberly Strong combines subjects such as Daytime and Trace gas with her study of Remote sensing. Her research investigates the connection between Satellite and topics such as Air quality index that intersect with problems in Imaging spectrometer, Radiance and Algorithm. Her study in Greenhouse gas is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climatology, Proxy and Climate change.
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Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE): Mission overview.
P. F. Bernath;C.T. Mcelroy;M. C. Abrams;C.D. Boone.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
The OSIRIS instrument on the Odin spacecraft
E J Llewellyn;N D Lloyd;D A Degenstein;R L Gattinger.
Canadian Journal of Physics (2004)
Process-evaluation of tropospheric humidity simulated by general circulation models using water vapor isotopologues: 1. Comparison between models and observations
Camille Risi;Camille Risi;David Noone;John Worden;Christian Frankenberg.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
Improvement of the retrieval algorithm for GOSAT SWIR XCO2 and XCH4 and their validation using TCCON data
Y. Yoshida;N. Kikuchi;I. Morino;O. Uchino.
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (2013)
Comparisons of the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) X CO 2 measurements with TCCON
Debra Wunch;Debra Wunch;Paul O. Wennberg;Gregory Osterman;Gregory Osterman;Brendan Fisher;Brendan Fisher.
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (2016)
Source attribution and interannual variability of Arctic pollution in spring constrained by aircraft (ARCTAS, ARCPAC) and satellite (AIRS) observations of carbon monoxide
J. A. Fisher;Daniel J. Jacob;M. T. Purdy;M. Kopacz;M. Kopacz.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
Improved retrievals of carbon dioxide from Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 with the version 8 ACOS algorithm
Christopher W. O'Dell;Annmarie Eldering;Paul O. Wennberg;David Crisp.
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (2018)
Validation of ozone measurements from the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE)
E. Dupuy;K.A. Walker;K.A. Walker;J. Kar;C.D. Boone.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
Spectral parameters of self- and hydrogen-broadened methane from 2000 to 9500 cm-1 for remote sounding of the atmosphere of jupiter
K. Strong;F.W. Taylor;S.B. Calcutt;J.J. Remedios.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer (1993)
CO measurements from the ACE-FTS satellite instrument: data analysis and validation using ground-based, airborne and spaceborne observations
Cathy Clerbaux;Maya George;Solène Turquety;K. A. Walker;K. A. Walker.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2008)
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