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Using Convective Stratiform Technique (CST) Method to Estimate Rainfall (Case Study in Bali, December 14th 2016)
Ayu Vista Wulandari

Last modified: 2017-07-24

Abstract


Accurate and realtime data in wide spatial space  at this time is still a problem because of the unavailability of observation of rainfall in each region. Weather satellites have a very wide range of observations and can be used to determine rainfall variability with better resolution compared with a limited direct observation. Utilization of Himawari-8 satellite data in estimating rainfall using Convective Stratiform Technique (CST) method. The CST method is performed by separating convective and stratiform cloud components using infrared channel satellite data. Cloud components are classified by slope because  the physical and dynamic growth processes are very different. This research was conducted in Bali area on December 14, 2016 by verifying the result of CST process with rainfall data from Ngurah Rai Meteorology Station Bali. It is found that CST method result had simililar value with data observation in ngurah rai meteorological station, so it assumed that CST method can be used for rainfall estimation in Bali region.

Keywords: Rainfall, CST, Satellite, Himawari-8