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GOES Multi-Channel Sea Surface Temperature Processing at the Naval Oceanographic Office. Bruce McKenzie NAVOCEANO. GOES MCSST. Process into SST every GOES sector with the exception of PACUS, CONUS, and Rapid Scan Retrievals per day 2.7 million from GOES East 2.3 million from GOES West

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goes multi channel sea surface temperature processing at the naval oceanographic office

GOES Multi-Channel Sea Surface Temperature Processing at the Naval Oceanographic Office

Bruce McKenzie

NAVOCEANO

goes mcsst
GOES MCSST
  • Process into SST every GOES sector with the exception of PACUS, CONUS, and Rapid Scan
  • Retrievals per day
    • 2.7 million from GOES East
    • 2.3 million from GOES West
  • Regional warmest SST composites
slide3

GOES West

HR-250 Receiver

GOES East

HR-250 Receiver

Sun Enterprise 250

GVAR ingest/preprocess

Sun Enterprise 250

GVAR ingest/preprocess

Satellite Processing System

Day/Night determination, Satellite Zenith Angle check

Land/Sea test, Cloud tests, Field test

Regional 24 hour

warmest SST composite

SST retrievals

placed in database

MCSST sector files

transmitted to customers

Regional graphics

for fleet support/Web

Daily regional extractions

for analyses/modeling

gvar ingest and preprocess
1) PGS_GVARIN

2) SUBSET

gvar_ch1

gvar_ch2

gvar_ch4

gvar_ch5

3) ANGLES

latitude

longitude

sat_zenith

sun_zenith

rel_azimuth

4) TDFTOHDF

GVAR Ingest and preprocess
daytime goes mcsst tests
Daytime GOES MCSST Tests

WINDOW_SIZE: 3x3

SHALLOW_WATER_PIXEL_RANGE: 2 to 8

Daytime tests:

DAY_TEST1: solz<75.00-->T

DAY_TEST2: satz<75.00-->T

DAY_TEST3: all c1<7.00-->F

DAY_TEST4: all c1<cloud table threshold values-->T

DAY_TEST5: 0.00<(all c4-c5)<4.00-->T

DAY_TEST6: max(270.00,k100fieldsst-10.00)<all c4<310.00-->T

DAY_TEST7: max(268.00,k100fieldsst-12.00)<all c5<310.00-->T

DAY_TEST8: (c1max-c1min)<1.00-->T

DAY_TEST9: (c4max-c4min)<0.70-->T

DAY_TEST10: (c5max-c5min)<0.70-->F

DAY_TEST11: (mcsstmax-mcsstmin)<1.30-->F

DAY_TEST12: -2.00<mcsst<35.00-->T

DAY_TEST13: -3.00<(shallow_water_mcsst-K100fieldsst)<3.00-->T

DAY_TEST14: -2.00<(open_water_mcsst-K100fieldsst)<3.00-->T

DAY_TEST15: abs(mcsst-K100climatology)<10.00-->T

DAY_TEST16: (mcsst-6hoursst)>-1.00-->T

goes mcsst buoy statistics
G-8 (February 02)

Daytime

3571 Matches

0.06 Bias

0.69 RMSD

Nighttime

4478 Matches

0.02 Bias

0.64 RMSD

GOES MCSST - Buoy Statistics

G-10 (February 02)

  • Daytime
    • 3380 Matches
    • -0.49 Bias
    • 0.78 RMSD
  • Nighttime
    • 5024 Matches
    • -0.02 Bias
    • 0.56 RMSD
regional file creation
Create area of interest in TeraMaster

TeraPGS used to extract gvar_ch4 and ch5

Angles

TDFtoHDF

Regional file creation
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Loop of warmest SST composite for Gulf of Mexico

16 January - 14 March 2002

Cloud contaminated composites removed

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Loop of warmest SST composite for Gulf of Mexico

16 January - 14 March 2002

Cloud contaminated composites removed

future pursuits
Future Pursuits
  • MSG-1
    • warmest SST composite
    • MCSST retrievals
  • MTSat-1R
    • warmest SST composite
    • MCSST retrievals
contact info
Contact Info

Bruce McKenzie

mckenzieb@navo.navy.mil

228-688-4586

DSN 828-4586