Profile for Dennis Chesters

Title: GOES Project Scientist
Affiliation: NASA
Contact: E-mail
NASA GSFC Code 613.1
Bldg. 33, room C420
Greenbelt, MD 20771

Office Phone: 301-614-6325
Fax: 301-614-5492

Publications

Chesters, D. (2001). GOES Instrument of Opportunity (IoO)

Chesters, D. (2000). Channel Selection for the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) NOAA-GOES-R Users Workshop

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (2000). Calibrating Geostationary Satellite Infrared Window Channel Imagery by Means of Sea Surface Temperature Retrieval Intercomparisons and Using a Novel Cloud Clearing Approach AGU Conference

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (2000). The Significance of a Long-Duration Satellite Cloud Distribution Data Set and a Calibration/Resolution-Insensitive Method for Creating It AGU Conference

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (1999). 1999a: Variability of Upper Tropospheric Water Vapor in the Tropical/Subtropical Pacific Using GMS-5 and GOES-8 Imagery: Implications for Global Warming? 10th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation: A Symposium with Tributes to the Works of Verner E. Suomi, AMS

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (1999). Natural Mitigation of Greenhouse Warming? Ñ No Help from marine Stratus 10th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation: A Symposium with Tributes to the Works of Verner E. Suomi, AMS

Hasler A.F., K. Palaniappan, C. Kambhammetu, P. Black, E. Uhlhorn, and D. Chesters (1998). High-Resolution Wind Field Within the Inner-Core and of a Mature Tropical Cyclone from GOES 1-min Images Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 79, 2483-2496

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (1998). Applications of GOES Imagery for SST Retrievals Using a Novel Cloud Clearing Approach EOS Supplement on AGU 1998 Spring Meeting

Molnar G., and D. Chesters (1998). Diurnal and Seasonal Variability of Upper Tropospheric Water Vapor in the Tropical Pacific Using GMS-5 and GOES-8 Imagery EOS Supplement on AGU 1998 Spring Meeting

Salathe E. P., D.F. Chesters, and Y.C. Sud (1995). Evaluation of the upper-tropospheric moisture climatology in a general circulation model using TOVS radiance observations J. Climate(10), 8, 2404-2414