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  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-2-Overview-of-land-surface-parameters-from-EO.pdf

    Overview of land surface parameters from Earth Observation

  • Activity - General activities

    MUltisource data package tools and SErvices (MUSE)

    The MUSE project aims to develop and integrate a tool to simultaneously manipulate geospatial data products, satellite, model and in-situ data.

  • Event - Workshop

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    ESA/MERIS Workshop 2008

    The ESA/MERIS Workshop 2008 covered the use of Envisat/MERIS data and the wider ESA-NASA-NOAA plans and collaboration.

  • Tools - Visualisation

    EVDC Orbit Prediction Tool

    The EVDC Orbit Prediction and Overpass Tool generates and visualises satellite's overpasses.

  • Data - Data Description

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    ADAM Surface Reflectance Database v4.0

    ADAM enables generating typical monthly variations of the global Earth surface reflectance at 0.1° spatial resolution (Plate Carree projection) and over the spectral range 240-4000nm. The ADAM product is made of gridded monthly mean climatologies over land and ocean surfaces, and of a companion API toolkit that enables the calculation of hyperspectral (at 1 nm resolution over the whole 240-4000 nm spectral range) and multidirectional reflectances (i.e. in any illumination/viewing geometry) depending on user choices. The ADAM climatologies that feed the ADAM calculation tools are: For ocean: monthly chlorophyll concentration derived from SeaWiFS-OrbView-2 (1999-2009); it is used to compute the water column reflectance (which shows large spectral variations in the visible, but is insignificant in the near and mid infrared). monthly wind speed derived from SeaWinds-QuikSCAT-(1999-2009); it is used to calculate the ocean glint reflectance. For land: monthly normalized surface reflectances in the 7 MODIS narrow spectral bands derived from FondsdeSol processing chain of MOD09A1 products (derived from Aqua and Terra observations), on which relies the modelling of the hyperspectral/multidirectional surface (soil/vegetation/snow) reflectance. uncertainty variance-covariance matrix for the 7 spectral bands associated to the normalized surface reflectance. For sea-ice: Sea ice pixels (masked in the original MOD09A1 products) have been accounted for by a gap-filling approach relying on the spatial-temporal distribution of sea ice coverage provided by the CryoClim climatology for year 2005.

  • Tools - Analysis

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    Sentinel-3 Toolbox

    The Toolbox consists of a set of visualisation, analysis and processing tools for the exploitation of OLCI and SLSTR data.

  • Tools - Analysis

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    Sentinel-2 Toolbox

    The Toolbox consists of a rich set of visualisation, analysis and processing tools for the exploitation of optical high-resolution products including the Sentinel-2 MSI sensor.

  • Campaign

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    THERMOPOLIS

    The THERMOPOLIS 2009 campaign mainly served the DUE “Urban Heat islands (UHI) and Urban Thermography (UT) Project”

  • Activity - Quality

    SnowPEx

    SnowPEx is an intercomparison and validation exercise

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

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    cawa-requirements-baseline.pdf

    CAWA (Advanced Clouds, Aerosols and WAter vapour products for Sentinel-3/OLCI) requirements baseline document provides information about the physical background, technical structure and the functional principle of the CAWA total column water vapour retrieval as defined within the CAWA project, which aims to the development and improvement of advanced atmospheric retrieval algorithms for the Envisat/MERIS and Sentinel-3/OLCI mission.

  • Activity - Quality

    SEOM CAWA

    The Advanced Clouds, Aerosols and WAter vapour products for Sentinel-3/OLCI project aims to develop and improve the advanced atmospheric retrieval algorithms developed for MERIS and OLCI instruments.

  • Event - Workshop

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    CEOS-IVOS Workshop on Inter-comparison of Large Scale Optical and Infrared Sensors

    The 2004 workshop was an opportunity to present and exchange experiences and knowledge from work on inter-comparing large scale optical sensors at different product levels.

  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-2-Earth-Observation-techniques-and-the-carbon-cycle.pdf

    Earth Observation Measurements in Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Science

  • Document - Proceedings

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    Advances-in-Atmospheric-Science-and-Applications.pdf

    Proceedings in Advances in Atmospheric Science and Applications held in 18-22 June 2012 in Bruges, Belgium.

  • Document - General Reference

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    CoReH2O-Report-for-Mission-Selection-An-Earth-Explorer-to-observe-snow-and-ice.pdf

    This report describes the CoReH2O (Cold Regions Hydrology high-resolution Observatory) mission, which was selected for feasibility study in the third cycle of Earth Explorers.

  • Document - User Guide

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    Third Party Missions, Cat-1 Data Availability

    This brochure gives a quick overview on the availability of the Third Party Missions IRS-P3, JERS-1, NIMBUS, Proba, Landsat, KOMPSAT-1, SCISAT-1, Terra/Aqua, NOAA, QSCAT, OrbView, SPOT-1,-2,-3,-4, ALOS.

  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-8-Using-EO-to-understand-tectonic-processes.pdf

    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School 8 describes monitoring our dynamic, hazardous planet with Earth Observation

  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-8-Using-EO-to-understand-volcanic-processes.pdf

    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School 8 describes using EO for volcanoes

  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-4-An-introduction-to-marine-optics-and-ocean-colour-products-algorithms.pdf

    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School 4 is an introduction to marine optics and ocean colour products & algorithms

  • Document - Proceedings

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    EO-Summer-School-4-Understanding-biological-variability-in-the-open-ocean-GLOBCOLOUR-project.pdf

    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School 4 describes GLOBCOLOUR project

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