Alfredo Lopez Aretxabaleta

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the framework of the European Space Agency Living Planet programme. It will provide long-awaited remotely-sensed Sea Surface Salinity (SSS) maps over the oceans with a 3-day revisiting time [1]. The SMOS Barcelona Expert Centre (SMOS-BEC) in Barcelona, Spain, will be involved in several activities at different levels of the salinity retrieval processing(More)
The Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity mission (SMOS) from the European Space Agency, launched in November 2009, has initiated the era of satellite-based salinity observations. However, because of the numerous geophysical contamination sources and the retrieval complexity, salinity products will have a low signal-to-noise ratio at Level 2. Averaging data in(More)
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