Meteosat Land Surface Temperature Climate Data Record: Achievable Accuracy and Potential Uncertainties

@article{DuguayTetzlaff2015MeteosatLS,
  title={Meteosat Land Surface Temperature Climate Data Record: Achievable Accuracy and Potential Uncertainties},
  author={Anke Duguay-Tetzlaff and Virg{\'i}lio A. Bento and Frank-M. G{\"o}ttsche and Reto St{\"o}ckli and Jo{\~a}o P. A. Martins and Isabel F. Trigo and Folke-S{\"o}ren Olesen and Jedrzej S. Bojanowski and Carlos da Camara and Heike Kunz},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={13139-13156}
}
The European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites’ (EUMETSAT) Meteosat satellites provide the unique opportunity to compile a 30+ year land surface temperature (LST) climate data record. Since the Meteosat instrument on-board Meteosat 2–7 is equipped with a single thermal channel, single-channel LST retrieval algorithms are used to ensure consistency across Meteosat satellites. The present study compares the performance of two single-channel LST retrieval algorithms… CONTINUE READING

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