Using innovative image reconstruction techniques, the data include all
channels at conventional, 25 km resolution, and entirely new,
enhanced-resolution grids at up to 3.125 km (depending on frequency).
Even better: we used the improved, EASE-Grid 2.0, projections to improve
and simplify usability with many map projection software packages.
The complete record includes six SSM/I, four SSMIS, SMMR and AMSR-E
sensors, with many overlap periods that have never before been available
in gridded form.
If you are using these new data (or wish to investigate the new
information in it), please consider a contribution to our AGU session:
C013: Breaking the mold: New sensors, enhanced datasets, new tools and
parameters from satellite passive microwave instruments
Mary Jo Brodzik, Senior Associate Scientist, 303-492-8263
NSIDC/CIRES, Univ. of Colo. at Boulder, 449 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0449
"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used
when we created them." --Albert Einstein
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