RESPR Atmospheric Simulation Technology (AST) is based on a meso-microscale amospheric model called Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS). James Stalker first started applying this model in the early 1990′s as a graduate student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has either tested, applied, or further developed with this model over the last twenty-one+ (21+) years. However, Dr. Stalker’s experience and educational background is in the meso-microscale modeling theory than just in any specific model such as RAMS.
Our technology in a nutshell: Our technology enables cloud formation and dissipation processes, based on our proprietary meso-scale modeling methods that have been perfected for a decade, that are responsible for the diminished observed solar irradiance at the surface at any chosen site location in the world. In other words, these clouds and their internal structures interact with the solar radiation available at the top of the clouds and the radiation’s myriad losses to absorption, scattering, etc. due to the different types of cloud particles throughout the entire cloud depths, resulting in the variable observed solar irradiance at the surface.