TH-UF.2A: Propagation in complex and random media in the marine environment
Thu, 18 Jul, 08:40 - 10:20
Location: Room 14
Session Type: Oral
Session Co-Chairs: Daniel Greenway, and Alexis Vaughan, Coastal Carolina University
Track: F: Propagation and remote sensing in complex and random media
Thu, 18 Jul, 08:40 - 09:00

TH-UF.2A.1: Laterally Heterogeneous Refractivity Inversions Using Simulated and Measured X-band Radar Data During Evaporation Ducting Conditions

Daniel P. Greenway, Erin E. Hackett, Coastal Carolina University, United States
Thu, 18 Jul, 09:00 - 09:20

TH-UF.2A.2: Using X-band Radar Refractivity Inversion Techniques to Retrieve Vertical Humidity Profiles in a Marine Environment

Alexis E. Vaughan, Daniel P. Greenway, Erin E. Hackett, Coastal Carolina University, United States
Thu, 18 Jul, 09:20 - 09:40

TH-UF.2A.3: The viability of remote sensing humidity in the marine atmospheric surface layer incorporating X-band radar-inferred refractivity

Madison T. Bruno, Daniel P. Greenway, Erin E. Hackett, Coastal Carolina University, United States
Thu, 18 Jul, 09:40 - 10:00

TH-UF.2A.4: Evaluating the Impact of Sea State Variation on Multi-Frequency Electromagnetic Propagation in the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer

Alexis E. Vaughan, Coastal Carolina University, United States; Andrew J. Kammerer, Sarah E. Wessinger, Mark A. Sletten, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, United States; Douglas M. Pastore, Coastal Carolina University, United States
Thu, 18 Jul, 10:00 - 10:20

TH-UF.2A.5: Evaporation Duct Shape and X-band Propagation in Marine Environments

Erin E. Hackett, Sarah E. Wessinger, Daniel P. Greenway, Douglas M. Pastore, Coastal Carolina University, United States