Jörg SchulzDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und RaumfahrtJörg Schulz has more than ten years experience in the development and application of retrieval schemes using microwave and infrared sensors (SSM/I, AVHRR, TMI, VIRS). Parameters of interest have been energy fluxes at the sea surface, rainfall, and related near surface meteorological parameters. He is involved in the development of a global satellite-derived freshwater flux climatology using microwave and infrared data and works on the error assessment of such fields. He is a member of the joint JSC/SCOR working group on air-sea fluxes.
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgSchulz, J., P. Schlüssel, H. Graßl, 1993: Water vapour in the atmospheric boundary layer over oceans from SSM/I measurements. Int. J. Remote. Sens., 14, 2773-2789.Role in the SMOS mission:
Schulz, J., J. Meywerk, S. Ewald, P. Schlüssel, 1997: Evaluation of satellite-derived latent heat fluxes. J. Climate, 10, 2782-2795.
Schulz, J., V. Jost, S. Bakan, 1998: A new satellite-derived freshwater flux climatology: Hamburg Ocean Atmosphere Parameters and Fluxes from Satellite Data. WOCE Newsletter, 32, 20 and 25-26.
Schulz, J and V. Jost, 1999: A new satellite-derived oceanic freshwater flux climatology: The Hamburg Ocean Atmosphere Parameters and Fluxes from Satellite data. J. Climate, to be submitted.
Validation of ocean salinity retrievals with data from different sources. Construction of an ocean salinity climatology and quantification of seasonal and interannual variability of ocean salinity. Study of the potential use of ocean salinity measurements as a constraint for satellite-derived freshwater fluxes.