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Atmospheric Science

College of Engineering and Applied Science

Sujan Khanal, PhD Student

Room 60XX, Engineering Building


Dr. Zhien Wang

Research Topic:

Improving MODIS liquid water path uncertainties through combined A-train measurements


  • B.A. in Physics, University of Wyoming, 2010
  • M.S. in Atmospheric Science, University of Wyoming, 2013


  • Khanal, S., and Z. Wang, 2015: Evaluation of the lidar–radar cloud ice water content retrievals using collocated in situ measurements. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 54, 2087–2097.


  • Khanal, S., Z. Wang, 2017: Understanding and improving the solar zenith angle bias in MODIS cloud water path observations with A-train measurements. A-Train Symposium 2017. Pasadena, CA.
  • Khanal, S., D. Zhang, Z. Wang, 2016: Evaluating Stratiform Mixed-phase Cloud Simulations from Climate Models with Combined A-Train Measurements. CALIPSO/CloudSat 2016 Science Team Meeting. Newport News, VA.
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