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MERIS Mosaic PR/COMThis service motivated mostly by public relation teams aims at the generation on-demand of mosaics using MERIS level-2 products. The output product is a mosaic made up of true colour images using four out of 15 MERIS spectral bands taken from Envisat (bands 2, 3, 5 and 7) with data combined from the selected separate orbital segments with the intention of minimising cloud cover as much as possible by using the corresponding data flags.
ASAR GM Antarctica MosaicsIn this folder, you will find the results of the ASAR GM Mosaic Service for Antarctica. They are displayed as browse images and are available on JPEG or TIFF formats.
The mosaic is a composite image of several GMM stripes (covering a given range of days) and are very useful to rapidly cover up wide areas. Since embarked on ESA’s polar-orbiting satellite ENVISAT, 14 images a day are acquired over the Antarctica and due to the 8000 km-long and 400 km-wide swaths, the continent is mapped in a few days (3-4 days) at 400 meter resolution.
GlobTemperature DaytimeLand surface temperature (LST) is a key parameter in the physical study of atmosphere-land interactions, hydrological, mass and energy balances, sensible and latent heat fluxes as well as for global warming and climate change monitoring on a larger timescale. The main tool to obtain land surface temperature as such a key parameter at global scale with different spatial and temporal resolutions is remote sensing in the thermal infrared region. In this study land surface temperature data provided by the Along-Track Scanning Radiometer (ATSR-1 and ATSR-2) and the Advanced ATSR (AATSR) on board the three ESA satellites ERS-1, ERS-2 and ENVISAT starting from August 1991 up to now are used to perform detailed analysis on global as well as on regional scale with a temporal resolution of 1 month.
GlobTemperature NighttimeLand surface temperature (LST) is a key parameter in the physical study of atmosphere-land interactions, hydrological, mass and energy balances, sensible and latent heat fluxes as well as for global warming and climate change monitoring on a larger timescale. The main tool to obtain land surface temperature as such a key parameter at global scale with different spatial and temporal resolutions is remote sensing in the thermal infrared region. In this study land surface temperature data provided by the Along-Track Scanning Radiometer (ATSR-1 and ATSR-2) and the Advanced ATSR (AATSR) on board the three ESA satellites ERS-1, ERS-2 and ENVISAT starting from August 1991 up to now are used to perform detailed analysis on global as well as on regional scale with a temporal resolution of 1 month.
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