Validation of Land Surface Temperature products derived from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) using ground-based and heritage satellite measurements

  title={Validation of Land Surface Temperature products derived from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) using ground-based and heritage satellite measurements},
  author={Pierre C. Guillevic and James Biard and Glynn Collis Hulley and Jeffrey L. Privette and Simon J. Hook and Albert Olioso and Frank-M. G{\"o}ttsche and Robert G. Radocinski and Miguel O. Roman and Yunyue Yu and Ivan Csiszar},
  journal={Remote Sensing of Environment},
Land surface temperature retrieved from combined mid-infrared and thermal infrared data
  • Y. Qian, Kun Li, L. Tang
  • Environmental Science, Mathematics
    2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)
  • 2017
A split-window algorithm from combined mid-infrared and thermal infrared data is used to correct for the atmospheric effects and retrieve the LST with the aid of emissivity provide by VIIRS product.
A Physics-Based Algorithm for the Simultaneous Retrieval of Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity From VIIRS Thermal Infrared Data
A physics-based temperature emissivity separation (TES) algorithm for the simultaneous retrieval of LST and emISSivity (LST&E) from the thermal infrared bands of the Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership's Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) payload is presented.
NASA's MODIS and VIIRS Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity Products: A Long-Term and Consistent Earth System Data Record
This study demonstrates continuity between the new MYD21 and VNP21 LST products at the <±0.5 K level, with differences that are invariant to environmental conditions and land cover type.
Intercomparison of In Situ Sensors for Ground-Based Land Surface Temperature Measurements
Assessing the quality of in situ measurements of LST and evaluating the quantitative uncertainties in the ground-based LST measurements, intensive field experiments were conducted at NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory (ARL) and Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division (ATDD) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA from October 2015 to January 2016.
Intercomparison of Operational Land Surface Temperature Products Derived From MSG-SEVIRI and Terra/Aqua-MODIS Data
  • S. Duan, Z. Li
  • Environmental Science, Mathematics
    IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing
  • 2015
The intercomparison of the Meteosat second generation-spinning enhanced visible and infrared imager (MSG-SEVIRI) and Terra/Aqua-moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) LST products was performed by verifying the collocation in space, temporal concurrence, viewing geometry alignment, and spatial homogeneity.
Validation of the generalized single-channel algorithm using Landsat 8 imagery and SURFRAD ground measurements
ABSTRACT Land surface temperature (LST) is a key parameter in land surface physics and depends on energy and water exchange processes with the atmosphere. The generalized single-channel (GSC)
Evaluation of Collection-6 MODIS Land Surface Temperature Product Using Multi-Year Ground Measurements in an Arid Area of Northwest China
Evaluation of the C6 MODIS 1-km LST product using multi-year in situ data covering barren surfaces indicates that the accuracy of the MODIS C6 L ST product might be further improved through emissivity adjustment with globally representative magnitude and accurate land cover classification.
An alternative split-window algorithm for retrieving land surface temperature from Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite data
ABSTRACT Land surface temperature (LST) is a key parameter for surface water and energy budget calculations. To improve the accuracy of LST retrieval over bare soil surfaces, we proposed an
Development and Analysis of a Long-Term, Global, Terrestrial Land Surface Temperature Dataset Based on HIRS Satellite Retrievals
AbstractLand surface temperature (LST) is a critical state variable for surface energy exchanges as it is one of the controls on emitted radiation at Earth’s surface. LST also exerts an important


Ground measurements for the validation of land surface temperatures derived from AATSR and MODIS data
Directional Viewing Effects on Satellite Land Surface Temperature Products Over Sparse Vegetation Canopies—A Multisensor Analysis
A methodology based on a radiative transfer model and dedicated field radiometric measurements to interpret and validate directional remote sensing measurements is developed and used to estimate the quantitative uncertainty in LST products derived from polar-orbiting satellites over a sparse vegetation canopy.
An assessment of remotely sensed land surface temperature
[1] The satellite application facility on land surface analysis (Land SAF) generates, archives, and disseminates land surface temperature (LST) in an operational basis. LST is estimated from the
Validation of Landsat-7/ETM+ Thermal-Band Calibration and Atmospheric Correction With Ground-Based Measurements
Ground-based measurements of land-surface temperature performed in a homogeneous site of rice crops close to Valencia, Spain, showed the good LST accuracy that can be achieved with ETM+ thermal data.
Evaluation of the VIIRS and MODIS LST products in an arid area of Northwest China