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Satellite-derived ice data sets no. 2

Satellite-derived ice data sets no. 2

Artic monthly average microwave brightness temperatures and sea ice concentrations, 1973-1976

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sea ice.,
  • Microwaves.

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    Other titlesSatellite derived ice data sets no. 2., Arctic monthly average microwave brightness temeratures and sea ice concentrations.
    StatementC.L. Parkinson, J.C. Comiso and H.J. Zwally.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 87825.
    ContributionsComiso, Josefino C., Zwally, H. Jay., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18031917M

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Satellite-derived ice data sets no. 2: Arctic monthly average microwave brightness temperatures and sea ice concentrations, Home Blog Data Sets Derived Data Sets Sea Ice MEaSUREs Sea Ice MEaSUREs The sea-ice imagery and data products available through the ASF DAAC are supported under NASA’s Making Earth System data records for Use in Research Environments (MEaSUREs) program.

ICESat-2 (short for Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite), slated to launch inwill use lasers and a very precise detection instrument to measure the elevation of Earth’s surface.

By timing how long it takes laser beams to travel from the satellite to Earth and back, scientists can calculate the height of glaciers, sea ice, forests, lakes and more – including the changing ice. GLACIER ELEVATION/ICE SHEET ELEVATION, ICE SHEETS, SURFACE ROUGHNESS, Topographical Relief: Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project Digital Elevation Model, Version 2 (NSIDC) N: 60, S: 90, E:W: /01/01 to /01/ Dr.

Markus is working on utilization of satellite-derived geophysical parameters in data analysis efforts and in data assimilation schemes to explore the role of cryospheric processes in the polar and global climate system. Walter Meier is an expert on sea ice remote sensing and data assimilation; Arctic climate and climate change.

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The sea ice data derived from AMSR-E using the ARTIST sea ice (ASI) algorithm offer a factor of 4 finer spatial resolution than most sea ice data sets.

Remote-sensing reflectance data collected by ocean colour satellites are processed using bio-optical algorithms to retrieve biogeochemical properties of the ocean.

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datasets found. (a) Global sea ice extent monthly deviations, January –Decembercalculated from the data plotted in Fig. 1 by subtracting from each individual month’s ice extent the average ice extent for that month over the years –, along with the line of linear least squares fit through the data points and its slope and standard Cited by: Arctic sea ice albedo - A comparison of two satellite-derived data sets Article (PDF Available) in Geophysical Research Letters 20(1) January with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

ICESat-2 logo: ICESat-2 is currently being built at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. monthly files (see Appendix 2). Introduction to sea ice data in HDF We assume that you have copied the sample satellite data from the DVD to your hard disk, e.g. to C:\Sat. Open the Windows Explorer (e.g.

by clicking on My Computer) and navigate to the folder with monthly ice data, e.g. to C:\Sat\Ice\ Size: 1MB. Launch: A launch of ICESat (along with ChipSat) on a Delta-2 vehicle from VAFB, CA took place on Jan.

13, (UTC). RF communications: Two separate, redundant X-band downlink transmitters and gimbaled antennas are provided for payload data. The SSR has direct links to the X-band downlink data transmitter.

The X-band downlink data rate is 40 Mbit/s at a. ARCTIC VOL. 47, NO. 3 (SEPTEMBER ) P. – On the Validation of Satellite-Derived Sea Ice Surface Temperature J. KEY, 1 J.A. MASLANIK, T. PAPAKYRIAKOU,2 M.C. SERREZE and A.J. SCHWEIGER3 (Received 5 May ; accepted in revised form 14 October ).

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ICESat-2, a follow-on to the ICESat mission, was launched on 15 September from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, into a Launch date: 15 SeptemberUTC. The most widely used sea ice data sets for climate research are derived from passive microwave instruments, including SMMR, SSMI, SSMIS, AMSR-E and AMSR-2, flying on various satellite platforms.

The algorithms applied to the microwave brightness temperatures use different combinations of channels, making different corrections for weather. No rth P olar (N P) data set: A seri e s of manned dri fti ng stati ons o n Arc ti c se a ic e w as op erat ed b y the for- m e r So vi e t Uni on from thr ough [ Lind sa y, 8].

Here you can access the archived monthly and daily Sea Ice Index images and data as well as the input data from which the Sea Ice Index is derived. The Sea Ice Index archive contains the following: Monthly images of extent, concentration, anomalies, and trends from November through last month.

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