A decade of sea surface temperature from MODIS

@inproceedings{Kilpatrick2015ADO,
  title={A decade of sea surface temperature from MODIS},
  author={Katherine Kilpatrick and Guillermo P. Podest{\'a} and Susan Walsh and Elizabeth Williams and Vicki Halliwell and Malgorzata Szczodrak and Otis B. Brown and Peter J. Minnett and Robert Evans},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The MODIS (MODerate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometers) on the Terra and Aqua satellites, both part of NASA's Earth Observing System, have each been providing high quality global sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) for over a decade. The ability to retrieve accurate SST from satellites is dependent on many factors including spectral response, radiometer noise, pre-launch instrument characterization and in flight behavior, calibration, viewing geometry, cloud screening and correction of… CONTINUE READING

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