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CEOP Satellite Datasets ( ADEOS-II > GLI > 3CHLA0 )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission ADEOS-Ⅱ...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( ADEOS-II > GLI > 3COPIR )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission ADEOS-Ⅱ...

Zooplankton monitoring by a twin NORPAC net during the 58th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition in austral summer 2016-2017

Takahashi Kunio, Makabe Ryosuke & Odate Tsuneo
As part of the monitoring program of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE), zooplankton samplings by a NORPAC (North Pacific) standard net have been routinely carried out from JARE-14 in the 1972/73 season to estimate the mean biomass of zooplankton and time/space variation in the uppermost 150 m of the Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean. Two separate monitoring surveys were completed during the JARE-58 (December 2016 to March 2017). The icebreaker Shirase has...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Aqua > AMSR-E > 3SNOWW )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission Aqua...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L1B Calibrated Radiance-1km)

Kazuo Umezawa
The CEOP satellite datasets are geo-coded data resampled to regular latitude longitude grid on three type scales: reference site scale, monsoon scale, and global scale. It is easy to compare satellite data with in-situ measurement and or model output. Also, the satellite datasets include radiance data and geo-physical parameter such as soil moisture, vegetation index, water vapor, precipitation, sea surface temperature and so on, which are retrieved from data of MODIS, AMSR-E, SSM/I, PR, TMI,...

Seasonal progression of the deposition of black carbon by snowfall at Ny-Alesund, Spitsbergen.

Sinha P. R, Kondo Yutaka, Goto-Azuma Kumiko, Tsukagawa Y, Fukuda K, Koike Makoto, Ohata S, Moteki N, Mori T, N. Oshima & Forland E. J
Wet and dry deposition of black carbon (BC) aerosol in the Arctic lowers snow albedo, thus contributing to warming in the Arctic. However, the processes and impacts associated with BC deposition in the Arctic are poorly understood because of the scarcity and uncertainties of measurements of BC in snow with adequate spatiotemporal resolution. We sampled snowpack at two sites (11 m and 300 m above sea level) at Ny-Alesund, Spitsbergen, in April 2013. We also...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( ADEOS-II > GLI > 3NW000 )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission ADEOS-Ⅱ...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( ADEOS-II > AMSR > 2SNOWW )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission ADEOS-Ⅱ...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > Surface Reflectance Daily L2G 250m)

Kazuo Umezawa
The CEOP satellite datasets are geo-coded data resampled to regular latitude longitude grid on three type scales: reference site scale, monsoon scale, and global scale. It is easy to compare satellite data with in-situ measurement and or model output. Also, the satellite datasets include radiance data and geo-physical parameter such as soil moisture, vegetation index, water vapor, precipitation, sea surface temperature and so on, which are retrieved from data of MODIS, AMSR-E, SSM/I, PR, TMI,...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Aqua > AMSR-E > 2SSWIN )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission Aqua...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > Surface Reflectance Daily L2G 500m)

Kazuo Umezawa
The CEOP satellite datasets are geo-coded data resampled to regular latitude longitude grid on three type scales: reference site scale, monsoon scale, and global scale. It is easy to compare satellite data with in-situ measurement and or model output. Also, the satellite datasets include radiance data and geo-physical parameter such as soil moisture, vegetation index, water vapor, precipitation, sea surface temperature and so on, which are retrieved from data of MODIS, AMSR-E, SSM/I, PR, TMI,...

Venus Climate Orbiter Akatsuki IR2 Longitude-Latitude Map Data

Shin-ya Murakami, Kazunori Ogohara, Masahiro Takagi, Hiroki Kashimura, Manabu Yamada, Toru Kouyama, Takeshi Horinouchi & Takeshi Imamura
This dataset is procuded from calibrated image, geometry information, and SPICE kernel datasets. Please refer VCO-V-IR2-3-CDR-V1.0, VCO-V-IR2-3-SEDR-V1.0, and VCO-V-SPICE-6-V1.0 datasets for detailed information on the instrument and acquired data.

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( ADEOS-II > GLI > 3CERIE )

Kazuo Umezawa
Three scale-types of datasets observed by new generation of remote sensing satellites (including TERRA, AQUA, ADEOS-II) in addition to TRMM and DMSP series, which were providing enhancement of observing capabilities to quantify critical atmospheric, surface, hydrologic and oceanographic data during CEOP time periods are available. 250 km square snapshots of the highest resolution raw radiances (with geographic location, i.e. level 1) remote sensing data at the 35-51 in situ reference sites are archived. ■Mission ADEOS-Ⅱ...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_SurfaceReflectance dataset

Ko Hamamoto
There are many standard MODIS data products that scientists are using to study global change. These products are being used by scientists from a variety of disciplines, including oceanography, biology, and atmospheric science. ■Satellite/Sensor The moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) is a payload scientific instrument built by Santa Barbara Remote Sensing[1] that was launched into Earth orbit by NASA in 1999 on board the Terra (EOS AM) Satellite, and in 2002 on board the Aqua (EOS...

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