2 edition of NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project. found in the catalog.
NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project.
1998 by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Greenbelt, Md, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Data processing handbook|
|Statement||contributors, C.J. Koblinsky ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 208605..|
|Contributions||Koblinsky, C. J., Goddard Space Flight Center.|
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The Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project involves the reprocessing of all altimeter observations with a consistent set of improved algorithms, based on the results from TOPEX/POSEIDON (T/P), into.
Get this from a library. NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project. Report 1, Data processing handbook. [C J Koblinsky; Goddard Space Flight Center.;]. Despite having over regular users and providing a key data base for monitoring ocean circulation, sea-level rise, and other ocean variability, this Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project was discontinued in Herein we propose building on our previous work with the Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project—by availing ourselves of the recent.
NASA/TM NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project Report 2: Data Set Validation C.J. Koblinsky Richard D. Ray NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. The Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project involves the reprocessing of all altimeter observations with a consistent set of improved algorithms, based on the results from TOPEX/POSEIDON (T/P), into easy-to-use data sets for the oceanographic community for climate research.
The paper is devoted to the application of satellite altimetry from the TOPEX/Poseidon and ERS-1 missions to the Black Sea. We use the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project collinear data set and monthly climatic hydrography to restore the dynamical sea level, that which connected with the Black Sea circulation.
The Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project involves the reprocessing of all altimeter observations with a consistent set of improved algorithms, based on the results from TOPEX/POSEIDON (T/P), into easy-to-use data sets for the oceanographic community for climate research.
The project currently utilizes near-real time data from the Jason-3 mission, and archive data from the Jason-2/OSTM, Jason-1, Topex/Poseidon, and ENVISAT missions.
Data processing procedures closely follow methods developed by the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project (see references). NASA's OceanColor Web is supported by the Ocean Biology Processing Group (OBPG) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Our responsibilities include the collection, processing, calibration, validation, archive and distribution of ocean-related products from a large number of operational, satellite-based remote-sensing missions providing ocean color, sea surface temperature and sea surface.
A mean sea surface, GSFC00, and its derivatives, the altimetry gravity anomaly and vertical gravity gradient fields, were computed using sea surface heights of TOPEX, ERS, and Geosat satellite altimeter missions provided by the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project [Koblinsky et al., ].A new estimation method, distinct from the GSFC98 mean sea surface computation [Wang.
Administration (NASA) Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC). Because 1-per-s altimeter data records do not necessarily occur at precisely the same positions for each cycle, the 1-s altimeter heights were spatially interpolated onto a. As part of a new USDA-funded program, near-real time altimetric monitoring of the largest lakes and reservoirs in Africa will begin in October, Data ingestion and manipulation will closely follow the path of the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project and will concentrate in the first phase on incoming data from the Jason-1 mission.
In this study, we have used the sea level anomaly from the T/P satellite altimetry data of the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project, which is produced at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) (Koblinsky et al., ) and altimeter products of the CLS Space Oceanography Division as part of the Environment and Climate EU ENACT (project EVK2.
NASA/TMm A Global Ocean Tide Model From TOPEX/POSEIDON Altimetry: GOT Altimeter Patlffinder project (Koblinksy et al., ). All figures in this document were ter Pathfinder database (Koblinsky et al., ), version for T/P. This database. GEOS-3 (April - July ) – Geodynamics and Earth Ocean Satellite 3 (GEOS-3) was part of a geodetic mission series lead by NASA.
It launched on 9 April and continued operating until July The spacecraft carried a radar altimeter for mapping of the oceans, as well as a laser retroflector, and other tracking beacons.
The general objective of this project is to implement and validate innovative methodologies for the assimilation of the Jason-1 altimeter data into ocean and ecosystem models in order to contribute to the development of operational oceanography for programs such as MERCATOR and GODAE and related components (CLIVAR, GOOS, GCOS, etc.).
Most data processing procedures will closely follow methods developed by the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project, but an intermediate data set with approximately 4-days delivery time and cm height accuracy will be utilized.
NASA will semi-automate the data processing and deliver updated reservoir elevation graphs every 10 days. As is currently done for Geosat, the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder group will provide algorithm support for the GDR generation as well as producing higher level data sets.
Similarly, the NASA Ice Sheet Altimetry Pathfinder group will evaluate the GFO over-ice altimeter waveforms and provide measurements of ice sheet topography to the polar. Baroclinic tides can be observed both remotely from the Ocean Topography Experiment (TOPEX)/Poseidon (T/P) altimeter and in situ using current meters.
However, it is rare that current meter moorings have high vertical resolution and are located under T/P ground tracks so that a direct comparison can be made between the two methods of observations.
The RMS retrieval accuracy reported by Wentz for water vapor is mm, with the systematic errors in the retrieval being smaller than the RMS. The NOAA/NASA DMSP SSM/I Pathfinder project's final recommendation (Colton, ) for water vapor retrieval was the Wentz algorithm.
The TMR retrieval algorithm uses the, and GHz channels. In the report we have used the sea level anomaly from the T/P satellite altimetry data of NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project, which are produced in Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) (Koblinsky.
et al., ). The anomalies are calculated relative to the GSFC model of the mean sea surface and include all standard geophysical corrections.
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NASA’s Earth Science Program is dedicated to advancing Earth remote sensing and pioneering the scientific use of satellite measurements to improve human. NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project, Report 1: Data Processing Handbook, NASA/TM Google Scholar.
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Jason-3 is the fourth mission in U.S.-European series of satellite missions that measure the height of the ocean surface. Launched on Januthe mission will extend the time series of ocean surface topography measurements (the hills and valleys of the ocean surface) begun by the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite mission in and continuing through the Jason-1 (launched in ) and the.
These RSSHs come from the NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project [Koblinski et al., ]. Interpolated ECMWF surface winds at the measurement location are also provided in the distributed Jason‐1 products and this wind product will also be considered as SSB model parameter to test.
Ocean Surface Wind Vectors of 25Km/Km resolution. The QuikSCAT products of ocean surface winds at 10m height, as processed by NOAA/NESDIS, are retrieved using observation data from NASA/JPL's SeaWinds Scatterometer aboard the QuikSCAT.
The empirical retrieval model currently used is referred to as QSCAT1, which relates normalized radar cross-section with wind. Regularly mapped dynamical topography of the Black Sea are prepared based on the data of NASA Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project at Goddard Space Flight Center, Versionsand of the product were prepared using ERS and T/P altimeter data for Principal Investigator (PI): Eric F Wood, Princeton University We propose to develop consistent, long-term Earth System Data Records for the major components (storages and fluxes) of the terrestrial water cycle at a spatial resolution of degrees (lat-long) and for the period to resulting ESDRs are intended to provide a consistent basis for estimating the mean state.
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During the spacecraft™s seven-month journey to. Koblinsky CJ, Ray R, Becley BD, Wang YM, Tsaoussi L, Brenner A, Williamson R (a) NASA ocean altimeter pathfinder project.
Report 1: data processing handbook. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA/TM Google Scholar. The coverage may vary due to delays in data availability or rev reprocessing. Current products include the v-pol average, the v-pol SIR(Scatterometer Image Reconstruction) and the ocean-masked image.
Details about these and other scatterometer image products can be found at the: NASA Scatterometer Climate Record Pathfinder Project Homepage. Two veteran NASA missions are providing new details about icy, ocean-bearing moons of Jupiter and Saturn, further heightening the scientific interest of these and other "ocean worlds" in our solar system and beyond.
The findings are presented in papers published Thursday by researchers with NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn and Hubble Space Telescop. Since NASA, NOAA and our European partners have been tracking global ocean surface topography with joint ocean altimeter satellite missions from an orbit km above the ocean surface.
The spacecrafts' radar altimeters measure the precise distance between the satellite and sea surface. The round-trip travel time of microwave pulses.
SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) Mission. Mission architecture Spacecraft Sensor Complement Launch Ground Segment References. SWOT is a wide-swath altimeter mission concept - a proposal under study/definition in by NASA/JPL and CNES - for accurate future monitoring of local sea level changes at the land-sea interface.
Related image: Comparison of wet path delay PASADENA, Calif. – Less than a month after launch, the NASA-French space agency Ocean Surface Topography Mission (OSTM)/Jason 2 oceanography satellite has produced its first complete maps of global ocean surface topography, surface wave height and wind speed.
The Surface Water Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission is a proposed NASA mission to make the first global survey of Earth's surface water. SWOT is being developed by an international group of hydrologists and oceanographers to provide a better understanding of the world’s oceans and its terrestrial surface waters.
TOPEX/Poseidon sea level data in the current study were obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Ocean Altimeter Pathfinder Project (courtesy of Richard Ray and Brian Beckley) at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).
These include cycles 1–, from 22 September to 31 Decemberor about yr. Oceanus is a NASA/JPL orbiter mission concept proposed in for the New Frontiers mission #4, but it was not selected for development.
If selected at some future opportunity, Oceanus would travel to Saturn's moon Titan to assess its habitability. [dead link] Studying Titan would help understand the early Earth and exoplanets which orbit other mission is named after Oceanus, the.
ocean information 9 The Earth’s changing magnetic field on record at NGDC 11 altimeter data were viewed largely as a means of determin- project is the NASA Pathfinder Program with the active promotion of data distribu-tion to constituents via the Web and other.
• TOPEX/POSEIDON Altimeter Merged Geophysical Data Record (MGDR) Generation B • Altimeter Ocean Pathfinder Sea Surface Height Anomalies from the following missions: TOPEX/POSEIDON, GEOSAT ERM, GFO, ERS-1, ERS-2 • Monthly Steric Sea Level from Jason-1 and GRACE • Dynamic Ocean Topography (DOT) • Ocean Surface Currents - OSCAR Sea Ice.
Images from Mars Pathfinder. Mars Pathfinder impacted the surface on July 4 at UT ( PM EDT) at a velocity of about 18 m/s (40 mph) - approximately m/s vertical and m/s horizontal - and bounced about 15 meters (50 feet) into the air, bouncing another 15 times and rolling before coming to rest approximately minutes after impact and about 1 km from the initial impact site."Sea level is a measure of the heat stored in the ocean.
In the last month or so, the tropical Pacific has been switching from warm to cold. Lower sea level indicates less heat, hence a colder ocean," said Dr.
Lee-Lueng Fu, the project scientist for the U.S.-French TOPEX/Poseidon mission at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.