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CarbonSat L1L2 Study Final Presentation , 3-Jul-2013. Universität Bremen, FB1 Physik und Elektrotechnik. Institut für Umweltphysik (IUP) Institut für Fernerkundung (IFE). Level 2 XCO 2 and XCH 4 Performance w.r.t. Clouds & Aerosols: Overview and initial error budget

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CarbonSat L1L2 Study

Final Presentation, 3-Jul-2013

Universität Bremen, FB1

Physik und Elektrotechnik

Institut für Umweltphysik (IUP)

Institut für Fernerkundung (IFE)

  • Level 2 XCO2 and XCH4 Performance w.r.t. Clouds & Aerosols:
  • Overview and initial error budget
  • ESA Study CarbonSat Earth Explorer 8 Candidate Mission
  • “Level-2 and Level-1B Requirements Consolidation Study“
  • ESA Contract No4000105676/12/NL/AF

M. Buchwitz, H. Bovensmann

Institute of Environmental Physics (IUP) / Institute of Remote Sensing (IFE),

University of Bremen (UB), Bremen, Germany

H. Boesch

Univ. Leicester, Leicester, UK

J. Landgraf

SRON, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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Overview

  • Scattering related biases due to aerosols and undetected clouds including thin (sub-visual) cirrus clouds are expected to dominate the error budget (see below) esp. w.r.t. XCO2 systematic errors (biases)
  • Within this study this aspect has been studied in detail using different approaches
    • Details will be presented in the following presentations
  • Here we present
    • a short overview about the different retrieval methods used to study this important aspect and present
    • a first preliminary CarbonSat XCO2 and XCH4 error budget

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OverviewRetrievalAlgorithms

Continued on followingslides …

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