Shepard A. Clough spends much of his time researching Environmental science, Radiative transfer, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences and Troposphere. The study incorporates disciplines such as Water vapor and Radiance in addition to Radiative transfer. His Radiance course of study focuses on Atmospheric model and Radiometer.
His Meteorology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Remote sensing. He combines subjects such as Climatology, Radiative forcing, Ozone and Radiative cooling with his study of Atmospheric sciences. The Longwave study which covers Shortwave that intersects with MM5, Community Radiative Transfer Model, Numerical weather prediction and Weather Research and Forecasting Model.
His main research concerns Environmental science, Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Radiance and Atmospheric radiative transfer codes. His Environmental science investigation overlaps with other areas such as Meteorology, Troposphere, Atmospheric sciences, Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer and Radiometer. Shepard A. Clough has included themes like HITRAN, Atmospheric temperature, Water vapor and Brightness temperature in his Remote sensing study.
His research integrates issues of Infrared, Atmospheric model and Interferometry in his study of Radiative transfer. His Radiance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Transmittance, Spectral resolution and Infrared window. His work is dedicated to discovering how Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Outgoing longwave radiation are connected with Middle latitudes and other disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Environmental science, Remote sensing, Troposphere, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer. Shepard A. Clough brings together Environmental science and Water vapor to produce work in his papers. His Troposphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trace gas and Radiance.
His Atmospheric radiative transfer codes research entails a greater understanding of Radiative transfer. His research integrates issues of Climatology and Stratosphere in his study of Radiative transfer. His research in Atmospheric sciences intersects with topics in Longwave, Shortwave and Radiative forcing.
His primary areas of investigation include Remote sensing, Environmental science, Radiative transfer, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Troposphere. His study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Daytime and Atmosphere, Meteorology, Water vapor. Along with Environmental science, other disciplines of study including Humidity, Zenith, Microwave radiometer, Solar zenith angle and Infrared window are integrated into his research.
His Radiative transfer research integrates issues from Temperature measurement, Atmospheric model, Microwave, Brightness temperature and Measurement uncertainty. His Atmospheric radiative transfer codes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computational physics, Climatology, Stratosphere, Atmospheric sciences and Longwave. Shepard A. Clough combines subjects such as Spectrometer, Radiance and Nadir with his study of Troposphere.
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Radiative transfer for inhomogeneous atmospheres: RRTM, a validated correlated-k model for the longwave
Eli J. Mlawer;Steven J. Taubman;Patrick D. Brown;Michael J. Iacono.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Radiative forcing by long‐lived greenhouse gases: Calculations with the AER radiative transfer models
Michael J. Iacono;Jennifer S. Delamere;Eli J. Mlawer;Mark W. Shephard.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Atmospheric radiative transfer modeling: a summary of the AER codes
Shepard A. Clough;Mark W. Shephard;Eli J. Mlawer;J. S. Delamere.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer (2005)
Line-by-Line Calculations of Atmospheric Fluxes and Cooling Rates: Application to Water Vapor
Shepard A. Clough;Michael J. Iacono;Jean-Luc Moncet.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1992)
Line shape and the water vapor continuum
S.A. Clough;F.X. Kneizys;R.W. Davies.
Atmospheric Research (1989)
Dipole moment of water from Stark measurements of H2O, HDO, and D2O
Shepard A. Clough;Yardley Beers;Gerald P. Klein;Laurence S. Rothman.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1973)
Line‐by‐line calculation of atmospheric fluxes and cooling rates: 2. Application to carbon dioxide, ozone, methane, nitrous oxide and the halocarbons
S. A. Clough;M. J. Iacono.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Impact of an improved longwave radiation model, RRTM, on the energy budget and thermodynamic properties of the NCAR community climate model, CCM3
Michael J. Iacono;Eli J. Mlawer;Shepard A. Clough;Jean-Jacques Morcrette.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Retrieving Liquid Wat0er Path and Precipitable Water Vapor From the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Microwave Radiometers
D.D. Turner;S.A. Clough;J.C. Liljegren;E.E. Clothiaux.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2007)
Dry Bias and Variability in Vaisala RS80-H Radiosondes: The ARM Experience
David D. Turner;B. M. Lesht;Shepard A. Clough;James C. Liljegren.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (2003)
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