Atmospheric sciences, Radiative transfer, Meteorology, Climatology and Atmosphere are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Longwave, Shortwave and Earth's energy budget in addition to Atmospheric sciences. His study in Radiative transfer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Albedo, Radiant energy and Aerosol.
His study looks at the intersection of Meteorology and topics like Geostationary orbit with Radiant flux. Norman G. Loeb combines subjects such as Climate model and Atmospheric model with his study of Climatology. His Atmosphere research incorporates elements of Lidar, Sunlight, Latent heat and Precipitation.
Norman G. Loeb spends much of his time researching Meteorology, Remote sensing, Atmospheric sciences, Radiative transfer and Shortwave. His Meteorology research integrates issues from Irradiance, Cloud physics and Radiant energy. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spectroradiometer and Earth's energy budget.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cloud fraction, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Atmosphere and Aerosol. His Radiative transfer study combines topics in areas such as Cloud top, Climatology, Optical depth and Climate model. Norman G. Loeb has included themes like Longwave, Radiative flux and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer in his Shortwave study.
His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Remote sensing and Radiative transfer. In the subject of general Climatology, his work in Troposphere is often linked to Flux, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The concepts of his Atmospheric sciences study are interwoven with issues in Earth and Residual.
His research in Meteorology is mostly concerned with Earth's energy budget. His Remote sensing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radiation budget, Radiation, Longwave and Diffuse sky radiation. His Radiative transfer research incorporates themes from Climate model, Sky and Radiant energy.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Meteorology, Sea ice, Arctic ice pack and Sea ice concentration. His Climatology study incorporates themes from Cloud cover, Climate model, Earth's energy budget, Global warming and Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System. His Atmospheric sciences research extends to Cloud cover, which is thematically connected.
He has researched Atmospheric sciences in several fields, including Earth and Physical oceanography. Specifically, his work in Meteorology is concerned with the study of Atmosphere. The Radiant energy study combines topics in areas such as Snow, Longwave and Shortwave.
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Toward Optimal Closure of the Earth's Top-of-Atmosphere Radiation Budget
Norman G. Loeb;Bruce A. Wielicki;David R. Doelling;G. Louis Smith.
Journal of Climate (2009)
A review of measurement-based assessments of the aerosol direct radiative effect and forcing
H. Yu;H. Yu;Y. J. Kaufman;M. Chin;G. Feingold.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2005)
An update on Earth's energy balance in light of the latest global observations
Graeme L. Stephens;Juilin Li;Martin Wild;Carol Anne Clayson.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Clouds and the Earth’s Radiant Energy System (CERES) Energy Balanced and Filled (EBAF) Top-of-Atmosphere (TOA) Edition-4.0 Data Product
Norman G. Loeb;David R. Doelling;Hailan Wang;Wenying Su.
Journal of Climate (2018)
Comparing clouds and their seasonal variations in 10 atmospheric general circulation models with satellite measurements
M. H. Zhang;W. Y. Lin;S. A. Klein;S. A. Klein;J. T. Bacmeister.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Radiative properties and direct radiative effect of Saharan dust measured by the C-130 aircraft during SHADE: 1. Solar spectrum
Jim Haywood;Pete Francis;Simon Osborne;Martin Glew.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Angular Distribution Models for Top-of-Atmosphere Radiative Flux Estimation from the Clouds and the Earth’s Radiant Energy System Instrument on the Terra Satellite. Part II: Validation
Norman G. Loeb;Seiji Kato;Konstantin Loukachine;Natividad Manalo-Smith.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (2005)
Angular Distribution Models for Top-of-Atmosphere Radiative Flux Estimation from the Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System Instrument on the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission Satellite. Part II; Validation
Norman G. Loeb;Konstantin Loukachine;Natividad Manalo-Smith;Bruce A. Wielicki.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (2003)
Surface Irradiances Consistent With CERES-Derived Top-of-Atmosphere Shortwave and Longwave Irradiances
Seiji Kato;Norman G. Loeb;Fred G. Rose;David R. Doelling.
Journal of Climate (2013)
Observed changes in top-of-the-atmosphere radiation and upper-ocean heating consistent within uncertainty
Norman G. Loeb;John M. Lyman;John M. Lyman;Gregory C. Johnson;Richard P. Allan.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
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