Tim Schmit

Tim Schmit

Tim Schmit is at the Advanced Satellite Products Branch within NOAA’s NESDIS Center for SaTellite Applications and Research (STAR) located in Madison, Wisconsin. Tim’s has much experience with GOES. Tim has played a key science role during the on-obit check-outs of GOES-8 through -15 and GOES-16. He also lead the center points requests for the GOES-14 special 1-min rapid scan between 2012 and 2016. Tim is the chair of two GOES-R series Algorithm Working Group (AWG) teams: imagery and soundings. Tim’s direct role with GOES-R began in 1999 and has been a key player for GOES-R science and user applications since.

Poster Session: NOAA-Sponsored Science JPSS

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This poster session allows for one-on-one interaction between the poster presenter and viewer. The topics are related to, but not limited to covering the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) and other polar-orbiting satellites (both domestic and international). A wide range of areas will be covered, including: weather, space, cyrosphere, hazards, land and ocean.

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Plenary Session: GOES-R and Instruments

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NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) have been a mainstay of weather forecasts and environmental monitoring for the past 40 years. The next generation of GOES satellites, known as the GOES-R Series, ushers in a new era in geostationary environmental satellites. It has been 22 years since the last major instrument advance with the GOES I-M series. The […]

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Poster Session: NOAA-Sponsored Science GOES-R

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This poster session allows for one-on-one interaction between the poster presenter and viewer. The topics are related to, but not limited to covering the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES)-R/16 and other geostationary-orbiting satellites (both domestic and international).  A wide range of areas will be covered, including: weather, space, cyrosphere, hazards, land and ocean. Moderators: Gary McWilliams and […]

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