Astrid Werkmeister
Astrid Werkmeister
PhD Candidate in Applied Marine Physics, Rosenstiel School, Miami
Verified email at rsmas.miami.edu - Homepage
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Comparing satellite-to ground-based automated and manual cloud coverage observations–a case study
A Werkmeister, M Lockhoff, M Schrempf, K Tohsing, B Liley, G Seckmeyer
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8 (2015), Nr. 5, S. 2001-2015, 2015
132015
Tropical cyclone boundary layer rolls derived from SAR
A Werkmeister, H Graber, R Foster, R Romeiser
2015 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS …, 2015
22015
Significant waveheight retrieval from SAR imagery in typhoon megi
A Werkmeister, R Romeiser, H Graber
2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS …, 2017
12017
Small satellite operations planning for agile disaster response using graph theoretical techniques
CN McGrath, RA Clark, A Werkmeister, M Macdonald
70th International Astronautical Congress, 2019
2019
Boundary Layer Rolls Derived From SAR Wind Fields in Typhoon Megi
A Werkmeister, HC Graber, R Romeiser, RC Foster, P Reasor, ...
AGUOS 2016, A54C-2737, 2016
2016
Validation of CM SAF cloud fractions: can cloud cover be reliably derived by satellite data at Hannover, Germany and Lauder, New Zealand?–a comment
A Werkmeister, M Schrempf, K Tohsing, M Lockhoff, B Liley, G Seckmeyer
AMTD 6 (6), 11145-11179, 2013
2013
SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT IN RELATION TO INERTIAL CURRENTS INDUCED BY STRONG TYPHOON WINDS
A Werkmeister, HC Graber
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