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Naval Oceanographic Office WG/CSAB Satellite update. Bruce McKenzie Lamar Russell April 15 th 2009. Outline. Satellite data sources Satellite data products NPOESS data exploitation Future altimeters Glider Operations. NOAA (DATMS-U) AVHRR MetOp, N-17, N-18 HIRS MetOp, N-17, N-18

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Naval oceanographic office wg csab satellite update

Naval Oceanographic OfficeWG/CSAB Satellite update

Bruce McKenzie

Lamar Russell

April 15th 2009


Outline
Outline

  • Satellite data sources

  • Satellite data products

  • NPOESS data exploitation

  • Future altimeters

  • Glider Operations


Satellite data sources

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Satellite data sources1

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Satellite data products
Satellite Data Products

Ocean Feature Analysis

Annotated AVHRR


Satellite data sources2

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Satellite data products1
Satellite Data Products

Sea Surface Temperature Retrievals

SST Field

Polar orbiting global SST (9 km)

Geostationary SST (12 km)

Polar orbiting regional SST (2 km)

Geostationary warmest pixel

SST composite

Global K10 composite


Satellite data sources3

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Satellite data products2
Satellite Data Products

Sea Surface Height Anomaly

Significant wave height

Marine wind speed


Satellite data sources4

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Satellite data products3
Satellite Data Products

Satellite Optics


Satellite data sources5

NOAA (DATMS-U)

AVHRR

MetOp, N-17, N-18

HIRS

MetOp, N-17, N-18

Jason- 2 OSTM

MODIS AQUA

NRTPE

MODIS AQUA

GOES direct readout

FNMOC (DATMS-U)

SSM/I EDR

SSM/IS EDR

WindSat

JPL GDAC

Jason-1

GODAE SST

ESA

Envisat

Satellite Data Sources


Navy coupled ocean data assimilation ncoda
Navy Coupled Ocean Data Assimilation (NCODA)

Satellite Data Products

Ocean Quality Control

(OcnQC) system



NPOESS Data Exploitation

  • IPO has asked NRL SSC to take lead in Ocean calval

  • Initial meeting July 08 with following participants

    • Bob Arnone (lead) and Paul Lyons (NRLSSC)

    • Alexander Ignatov (NOAA/NESDIS)

    • Peter Minnett and Bob Evans (RSMAS)

    • Doug May and Bob Coulter (NAVO)

  • First priority is to get a proxy VIIRS data stream

    • Working with Joe Zajic (NOAA/IPO) on software that will ingest MODIS data and convert it to proxy VIIRS data in real-time

    • the data will be formatted according to the IDPS SDR output specification in HDF5 and will have the MODIS channels spectrally transformed to resemble VIIRS channels

    • Allows those users getting MODIS data already to run conversion software rather than acquiring another datastream

    • Will be used for both SST and ocean color NDE


Future altimeter satellite data
Future Altimeter Satellite data

Altika (2010 - 2014)

* Considerable assistance required to allow access of data from Indian Space Organization (INSO) and/or CNES

* Currently no MOU/MOA exists

Sentinel 3 (2012 - 2016)

* Spacecraft and data availability still under development

* Establish MOU/MOA with ESA to receive data; similar to Envisat agreement

GFO-2 (2013 – 2019)

  • Launch in highly successful GeoSat/GFO 17 day ERM

  • Final Requirement Specs – RFP release 4th quarter 2009

  • Anticipated Contract Award – 2nd quarter 2010


Ocean glider program overview

OCEAN GLIDER PROGRAM Overview

Distribution Unlimited


Ocean glider program
Ocean Glider Program

SeagliderAPL/UW

Spray Glider

Scripps Institute of Oceanography

Instrument Development Group

Slocum Glider

Webb Research Corporation

Falmouth, MA

Littoral Glider

Alaskan Native Technology

ANT - LG

Spray

Seaglider

Slocum

Weight 123 lb 110 lb 114 lb 200+ lb

Hull Dia. 21 cm 30 cm 20 cm 31 cm

Length 1.5 m 2.8 m (w/1-m antenna) 2.15 m 2+ m

Horiz. Speed 0.6 knots 0.6 knots 0.6 knots 2+ knots

Max Depth 200 m 1000 m 1500 m 200 m

Theoretical -

Endurance 15 - 30 days 6 months 4 months 30 days

Range 600 - 1500 km 4000 km 3500 km 1500 km

Propulsion Alkaline Lithium Lithium Alkaline

Energy

Comms(global) Iridium Iridium Iridium Iridium


Ocean glider program1
Ocean Glider Program

  • MISSION:

  • LAUNCHED & RECOVERED FROM NAVAL SURFACE PLATFORMS SUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS DURING MILITARY SURVEYS,

  • OPERATIONS, AND/OR EXERCISES.

  • CONTROLLED BY NAVOCEANO GLIDER OPERATIONS CENTER PILOTS.

  • INCREASES DATA COLLECTION OPPORTUNITIES.

  • OPTIMIZES OCEANOGRAPHIC FEATURE CHARACTERIZATION.

  • PROVIDES NEAR-REAL TIME OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA FOR ASSIMILATION INTO DYNAMICAL MODELS AND FLEET TDAS.

Approved for Public Reease – Dstribution Unlimited



Ocean glider program3
Ocean Glider Program

  • COMMAND/CONTROL:

  • COMMON COTS HARDWARE/SOFTWARE COMPONENTS

  • - DISA APPROVED

  • - DATA ENCRYPTION/DE-ENCRYPTION, IF REQUIRED

  • - DATA CONVERSION TO SCIENTIFIC UNITS

  • COMMON USER INTERFACE

  • - GLMPC SOFTWARE

  • STANDARD” OUTPUT DATA FORMAT:

  • - BUFR

  • COMMUNICATIONS

  • - IRIDIUM FOR GLOBAL COMMUNICATION


Ocean glider program4
Ocean Glider Program

  • CONDUCTIVITY

    • > RANGE: 0-9 S/M

    • > ACCURACY: 0.003 S/M (0.4 PPM)

  • TEMPERATURE

    • > RANGE: -5 TO +35ºC

    • > ACCURACY: 0.002ºC

  • DEPTH

    > 0 –200M (SHALLOW)

    > 0 – 1000M (DEEP)

    CURRENTS

    > INDIRECT MEASUREMENT

  • OPTICS

    • > MULTISPECTRAL BACKSCATTER

      > ATTENUATION

  • ACOUSTICS

    • > AMBIENT NOISE

      >ACOUSTIC MODEMS

      (INTERROGATION OF BOTTOM SENSORS)


Ocean Gliders: Persistent Unmanned Ocean Data Collection Capability from NAVOCEANO

QUAD Chart

9/16/08

Mission:Remote Persistent Oceanographic Data Sampling (> 30 day durations)

Current NAVOCEANO inventory:

>8 Seagliders, 3 Slocums, 1 Spray.

>1 additional Slocum, 1 Spray glider, and 4 additional Seagliders are scheduled to arrive NAVOCEANO O/A 10/08

Seaglider

Spray

Slocum

System = Ocean Gliders (3 variants currently used) + Deployment /

Recovery Platform + Shore Based Glider Operations Center (GOC) Activity

System Highlights:

  • Capability developed by ONR research community to support

  • oceanographic research, transition to NAVOCEANO has occurred,

  • transition for fleet operational use in planning process

  • Typical data collection includes ocean temperature, salinity, optical

  • scattering, and current measurements

  • Deployed from surface platforms by two men

  • Once in the water fully autonomous

  • Data reported remotely by satellite to NAVOCEANO GOC

  • Missions & Way Points reprogrammable remotely

  • Long Endurance (30 days or more depending on glider type, sensors, and

  • environment)

  • 24 Hours/day capable

  • Low Observable, only on surface for brief periods to transmit data and

  • obtain GPS fix and data transmission.

Number of Flights 6515 total dives * 2 profiles per dive, up/down

  • Many successful deployments have been demonstrated by the academic community over the last 10 years world wide

  • NAVOCEANO Glider Operations Center Activity (FY07 – FY08):



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