Comprehensive In Situ Validation of Five Satellite Land Surface Temperature Data Sets over Multiple Stations and Years

@article{Martin2019ComprehensiveIS,
  title={Comprehensive In Situ Validation of Five Satellite Land Surface Temperature Data Sets over Multiple Stations and Years},
  author={Maria Anna Martin and Darren Ghent and Ana Cordeiro Pires and Frank-Michael G{\"o}ttsche and Jan Cermak and John J. Remedios},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={479}
}
Global land surface temperature (LST) data derived from satellite-based infrared radiance measurements are highly valuable for various applications in climate research. While in situ validation of satellite LST data sets is a challenging task, it is needed to obtain quantitative information on their accuracy. In the standardised approach to multi-sensor validation presented here for the first time, LST data sets obtained with state-of-the-art retrieval algorithms from several sensors (AATSR… CONTINUE READING

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