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EUMETSAT is the European organization for meteorological satellites for weather, climate and environmental applications). It provides valuable surface wind information with high space and temporal resolutions over the global ocean using two C-band beams, each side of nadir. 1 illustrates ASCAT wind retrievals and how it and QuikScat sampling enhance the coverage when analyzed together. Alternative sources of wind speed observations are microwave radiometers and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR). SAR cannot be used to obtain wind directions, except indirectly through patterns in the images, such as windstreaks; however, the consensus is that these directions are much less accurate and robust than scatterometer directions.
The 620 nm band is in a relatively wide gap in MODIS coverage. The 709 band provides an improved baseline for fluorescence measurements and also detects a peak in waterleaving radiance due to intense surface blooms and floating vegetation. The radiance of this peak can be computed as MCI, the Maximum Chlorophyll Index. There are numerous sensors for the ocean color, past, present and future as seen in Fig. 2, but additional consideration should be given to planning as discussed below. Satellite ocean color remote sensing today seems to aim mostly at a single product: surface chlorophyll concentration.
G. , 2001). It collected data for a full 10 year period allowing many new analysis techniques and algorithms to be tested. For example, Long (2004) achieved higher spatial resolution by sophisticated processing of the original data. , 2008). The Seawinds scatterometer has a continuous 1,800 km wide swath, including the nadir region, which has proven very important. One such instrument views the global ocean once every 12 h at 50 degrees latitude, but less frequently in the tropics. The sampling with several scatterometers is further discussed in Sect.