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oi_avhrr_1994

BCO-DMO dataset:  oi_sst_1994

Data Object oi_sst_1994

Contacts

Name         Role
James J Bisagni         Principal Investigator
Robert C. Groman         BCO-DMO Data Manager

Dataset brief description

1994 daily cloud-free, AVHRR-derived, optimally interpolated SST images

Dataset description

PI: J. J. Bisagni
Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images

OI SST Images

Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP & U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies

Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,

4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998

Data Provider

 

 

Dr. J. J. Bisagni
Center for Marine Science and Technology
University of Massachusetts
285 Old Westport Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
508-999-8359
jbisagni@umassd.edu
FAX: 508-999-8197

 

Notes

Downloading the image

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As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via email about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.

 


Last edited: November 14, 2007

Acquisition description

Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP & U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies

Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,

4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998

Processing description


Field Names List

ParameterDescriptionUnits
Images

Satellite number

 
Description

Description of satellite

 
Contributor

Name of contributor providing the image(s)

 
color_bar

Link to legend showing color of image and water temperature

 
month

Month, with 1 meaning January when image was taken (UTC)

 
year

Year when image was taken (UTC)

 
status

Status of image, e.g. unprocessed, unnavigated, navigated

 
yrday_utd

Year day image was taken, with1 being January 1 (UTC)

 
day

Day of the month image was taken (UTC)

 
time

Time of day image was taken (UTC)

 

Deployment List

NOAA-11 NOAA-11-GB NOAA-9 NOAA-9-GB

Instruments List

  1. Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer:

    Short name: AVHRR
    PI supplied instrument name: Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer
    Dataset-specific description:

    Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR). Carried aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration`s (NOAA) Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellite series, the AVHRR sensor is a broad-band, 4- or 5-channel scanning radiometer, sensing in the visible, near-infrared, and thermal infrared portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
    Additional description.

    Generic description:

    "The AVHRR instrument consists of an array of small sensors that record (as digital numbers) the amount of visible and infrared radiation reflected and (or) emitted from the Earth's surface" (more information).


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