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WHP I10 REVISIT IN 2015 DATA BOOK

Hiroshi Uchida, Katsuro Katsumata & Toshimasa Doi

Atmospheric CO2 mole fraction data of CONTRAIL-CME

Machida Toshinobu, Sawa Yousuke, Matsueda Hidekazu & Niwa Yosuke
This data set contains CO2 mole fractions observed by Continuous CO2 Measuring Equipment (CME) onboard commercial aircraft under the CONTRAIL (Comprehensive Observation Network for TRace gases by AIrLiner) project. The project started in 2005 with two Boeing 747-400 aircraft and three 777-200ER aircraft operated by Japan Airlines (JAL) between Japan and Europe, Asia, Australia, Hawaii and North America. As of 2017, eight 777-200ER and two 777-300ER aircraft are used for the CME observation. The mole...

Standard level 2 products from Superconducting Submillimeter-wave Limb-emission Sounder (SMILES)

Shiotani Masato
The Superconducting Submillimeter‐Wave Limb‐Emission Sounder (SMILES) was successfully launched and attached to the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) on the International Space Station (ISS) on 25 September 2009. It has been making atmospheric observations since 12 October 2009 with the aid of a 4 K mechanical cooler and superconducting mixers for submillimeter limb‐emission sounding in the frequency bands of 624.32–626.32 GHz and 649.12–650.32 GHz . On the basis of the observed spectra, the data processing has...

DIAS_Satellite_GPM_GSMaP dataset

Ko Hamamoto
GSMaP product produces global precipitation distribution with high temporal and spatial resolution. The technique uses the Kalman filter to compute the estimates of the current surface rain fall rates at each 0.1 degree pixel of the infrared brightness temperature by the GEO-IR satellites. The filter predict the precipitation rate from the microwave radiometer and its morphed product obtained in a similar way as the Joyce et al. (2004), and then refine the prediction based on...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_Albedo 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...

DIAS_Satellite_AMSR2_TB dataset

Ko Hamamoto
■Satellite/Sensor The Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 (AMSR2) onboard the GCOM-W satellite is a remote sensing instrument for measuring weak microwave emission from the surface and the atmosphere of the Earth. From about 700 km above the Earth, AMSR2 will provide us highly accurate measurements of the intensity of microwave emission and scattering. The antenna of AMSR2 rotates once per 1.5 seconds and obtains data over a 1450 km swath. This conical scan mechanism enables...

DIAS_Satellite_AMSR2_Geo dataset

Ko Hamamoto
■Satellite/Sensor The Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 (AMSR2) onboard the GCOM-W satellite is a remote sensing instrument for measuring weak microwave emission from the surface and the atmosphere of the Earth. From about 700 km above the Earth, AMSR2 will provide us highly accurate measurements of the intensity of microwave emission and scattering. The antenna of AMSR2 rotates once per 1.5 seconds and obtains data over a 1450 km swath. This conical scan mechanism enables...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_SurfaceReflectanceBRDF 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...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_LAI_FPAR 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...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_LandCover 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...

DIAS_Satellite_MODIS_LandSurfaceTemperature 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...

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...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( DMSP_F17> SSMIS > 1BBRTE )

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...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( DMSP_F16> SSMIS > 1BBRTE )

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 DMSP...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L2 Joint Atmosphere Products)

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 ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L4 Leaf Area Index/FPAR Daily 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,...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L2 Land Surface Temperature/Emissivity 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,...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L2 Snow Cover)

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 ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > Surface Reflectance Quality Daily L2G 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,...

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 ( 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,...

CEOP Satellite Datasets ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L3 Monthly Joint Aerosol/Water Vapor/Cloud Product)

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 ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L3 8-day Joint Aerosol/Water Vapor/Cloud Product)

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 ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L3 Daily Joint Aerosol/Water Vapor/Cloud Product)

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 ( Terra/Aqua > MODIS > L2 Atmosphere Profile Product)

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,...

Resource Types

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  • Text
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Publication Year

  • 2018
    9
  • 2017
    128
  • 2016
    3
  • 2015
    15
  • 2014
    2
  • 2012
    1
  • 2005
    1

Registration Year

  • 2018
    102
  • 2017
    37
  • 2016
    18
  • 2015
    2

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  • Japan Link Center
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