Applications Library :: Dust RGB identifies aviation ceiling hazard at KFMN

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Description: 7-minute micro-lesson of the Dust RGB application to a meso-scale event that impacted the ceiling conditions at the Farmington, New Mexico airport (i.e. TAF site). Observations at the site and the changes to the TAF are highlighted. The lesson also illustrates the value of the Dust RGB with the GOES visible and MODIS/VIIRS true color imagery.

Title: Dust RGB identifies aviation ceiling hazard at KFMN
Date:  March 26, 2012
Region: West/Southwest CONUS
Author: Brian Guyer (ABQ), Kevin Fuell
Product(s): Dust RGB
Application Area: Aviation
Feature: Dust plume
Instrument(s): MODIS, VIIRS
Goes well with:Visible imagery, True Color RGB

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